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  • The Great Mosque at Mecca
  • The Expansion of Islam, 632–732 C.E.
  • Pre-Islamic Arabia
  • A camel caravan.
  • FOUNDATION MAP 11.1 Physical Geography of the Arabian Peninsula
  • MAP 11.2 Arabia and Adjacent Regions, 500 C.E.
  • The Rise of Islam
  • A hand-copied page from a 19th-century edition of the Qur’an.
  • The Shahadah: “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is His messenger.”
  • Islam Expands, 632–661
  • MAP 11.3 Islamic Expansion in Southwest Asia, 632–661
  • The Umayyad Caliphate, 661–750
  • MAP 11.4 Islamic Expansion, 661–732
  • Society and Culture in Early Islam
  • The Dome of the Rock.
  • Salat, or ritual worship, mandates a sequence of prayers to be performed five times each day (see page 241).
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch11 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 11 The Origins and Expansion of Islam, 100–750 Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. The Great Mosque at Mecca
    3. 3. The Expansion of Islam, 632–732 C.E.
    4. 4. The Origins and Expansion of Islam 100–750A. Pre-Islamic ArabiaB. The Rise of IslamC. Islam Expands, 632–661D. The Umayyad Caliphate, 661–750E. Society and Culture in Early Islam
    5. 5. Pre-Islamic Arabia
    6. 6. Pre-Islamic ArabiaA. Camels and Commerce 1. Isolation 2. Camel transport 3. Southern Arabia and trade
    7. 7. A camel caravan.
    8. 8. Pre-Islamic ArabiaB. The Collapse of Southern Arabia and the Rise of Mecca 1. Challenges and competition 2. The introduction of monotheism 3. Destruction of southern Arabian states 4. Mecca
    9. 9. FOUNDATION MAP 11.1 Physical Geography of the Arabian Peninsula
    10. 10. MAP 11.2 Arabia and Adjacent Regions, 500 C.E.
    11. 11. The Rise of Islam
    12. 12. The Rise of IslamA. The Prophet Muhammad 1. Early life 2. Revelations 3. A new prophet, a new religion, and a new mission 4. The Qur’an
    13. 13. A hand-copied page from a 19th-century edition of the Qur’an.
    14. 14. The Rise of IslamB. From Mecca to Medina 1. Hijra 2. Umma 3. Five Pillars of Islam 4. Conversion of Mecca
    15. 15. The Shahadah: “There is no God but Allah, and Muhammad is His messenger.”
    16. 16. Islam Expands 632–661
    17. 17. Islam Expands, 632–661A. An Agreement Between Leader and Followers 1. Succession crisis 2. The caliphate 3. Jihad and the two houses 4. The caliphate as empire
    18. 18. MAP 11.3 Islamic Expansion in Southwest Asia, 632–661
    19. 19. Islam Expands, 632–661B. The Challenge to a Unified Islam 1. Divisions 2. Sunnis and Shi’ites
    20. 20. The Umayyad Caliphate 661–750
    21. 21. The Umayyad Caliphate, 661–750 A. Umayyad Expansion 1. Centralization and expansion 2. Commerce and expansion B. Collapse of the Umayyad Caliphate 1. The Abbasids
    22. 22. MAP 11.4 Islamic Expansion, 661–732
    23. 23. Society and Culture in Early Islam
    24. 24. Society and Culture in Early Islam A. Religious Observance: The Mosque
    25. 25. The Dome of the Rock.
    26. 26. Society and Culture in Early Islam B. Legal Uniformity: The Shari`ah 1. Islamic law and daily life 2. Gender and Islamic law B. Tolerance of Other Faiths
    27. 27. Salat, or ritual worship, mandates a sequence of prayers to be performed five times each day
    28. 28. Key Dates and Developments

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