Connections: A World History                                       Second Edition                                         ...
Angkor Wat
Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam Affect South Asia
Religion and Diversity in the     Transformation of Southern Asia,                711–1400A.   Islam Expands EastwardB.   ...
Islam Expands Eastward
Islam Expands EastwardA. Course and Consequences  1.   Expansion into Persia, Afghanistan, and India  2.   The Abbasids an...
Islamic Persia and the Abbasid           Caliphate
Islamic Persia and the Abbasid           CaliphateA. Sasanian Decline and Muslim Conquest
FOUNDATION MAP 12.1 The Abbasid Caliphate in                800 C.E.
Islamic Persia and the Abbasid           CaliphateB. Persian Influences on Islamic Governance   and Culture  1. A blended ...
Islamic Persia and the Abbasid           CaliphateD. The Rise of Baghdad  1. Strategic location
A sketch of the inner city of Baghdad around the                  year 800 C.E.
Cosmopolitan Islam
Cosmopolitan IslamA. Abbasid Governance  1. Continuity and reformB. Commerce and Culture in the Abbasid   Caliphate  1. Pr...
A page from a 12th-centuryIslamic manuscript dealing with           alchemy.
A Muslim astronomer’s depiction of theconstellation Sagittarius, copied from the original               manuscript in 1730.
Cosmopolitan IslamC. Sufis and Fundamentalists  1. Sufi mysticism  2. Militant Islamic fundamentalism
The Decline of the Abbasid        Caliphate
The Decline of the Abbasid           CaliphateA. Forces of Disintegration  1.   Succession conflicts  2.   The Malmuks  3....
The Decline of the Abbasid           CaliphateB. Continuity of Islamic Unity and Expansion  1. Forces for unity and expans...
The Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Cairo.
The Islamic Impact on India
The Islamic Impact on IndiaA. Islamic Invasions from Persia  1. Persian warlords  2. The Ghaznavids
MAP 12.2 The Ghaznavid Islamic Empire, 1030
The Islamic Impact on IndiaB. Conflict and Connection: Muslims and   Hindus  1. Religious differences  2. Ghaznavid persec...
The Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque in Delhi, featuring Hindu motifs such as tasselled ropes and bells.
India’s Influence on  Southeast Asia
India’s Influence on          Southeast AsiaA. Funan: The First Southeast Asian State  1. Southeast Asia  2. Funan
MAP 12.3 Southeast Asia, 800–1400
India’s Influence on           Southeast AsiaB. The Cambodian Empire  1. Hindu influenceB. Srivijaya: Coalition and Cultur...
Relief sculpture at the temple complex ofBorobodur in central Java, depicting scenes from             the life of the Budd...
Key Dates and Developments
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  • Angkor Wat
  • Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam Affect South Asia
  • Islam Expands Eastward
  • Islamic Persia and the Abbasid Caliphate
  • FOUNDATION MAP 12.1 The Abbasid Caliphate in 800 C.E.
  • A sketch of the inner city of Baghdad around the year 800 C.E.
  • Cosmopolitan Islam
  • A page from a 12th-century Islamic manuscript dealing with alchemy.
  • A Muslim astronomer’s depiction of the constellation Sagittarius, copied from the original manuscript in 1730.
  • The Decline of the Abbasid Caliphate
  • The Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Cairo.
  • The Islamic Impact on India
  • MAP 12.2 The Ghaznavid Islamic Empire, 1030
  • The Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque in Delhi, featuring Hindu motifs such as tasselled ropes and bells.
  • India’s Influence on Southeast Asia
  • MAP 12.3 Southeast Asia, 800–1400
  • Relief sculpture at the temple complex of Borobodur in central Java, depicting scenes from the life of the Buddha.
  • Key Dates and Developments
  • Judge ch12 lecture

    1. 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 12 Religion and Diversity in the Transformation of Southern Asia, 711–1400 Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    2. 2. Angkor Wat
    3. 3. Buddhism, Hinduism, and Islam Affect South Asia
    4. 4. Religion and Diversity in the Transformation of Southern Asia, 711–1400A. Islam Expands EastwardB. Islamic Persia and the Abbasid CaliphateC. Cosmopolitan IslamD. The Decline of the Abbasid CaliphateE. The Islamic Impact on IndiaF. India’s Influence on Southeast Asia
    5. 5. Islam Expands Eastward
    6. 6. Islam Expands EastwardA. Course and Consequences 1. Expansion into Persia, Afghanistan, and India 2. The Abbasids and Islam’s Golden Age 3. The challenges of unification 4. Competing religions in India 5. India’s influence
    7. 7. Islamic Persia and the Abbasid Caliphate
    8. 8. Islamic Persia and the Abbasid CaliphateA. Sasanian Decline and Muslim Conquest
    9. 9. FOUNDATION MAP 12.1 The Abbasid Caliphate in 800 C.E.
    10. 10. Islamic Persia and the Abbasid CaliphateB. Persian Influences on Islamic Governance and Culture 1. A blended cultureB. The Impact of Shi’ite Opposition 1. The Sunni-Shi’ite context 2. Opposition to Umayyad rule 3. The Abbasids in Persia
    11. 11. Islamic Persia and the Abbasid CaliphateD. The Rise of Baghdad 1. Strategic location
    12. 12. A sketch of the inner city of Baghdad around the year 800 C.E.
    13. 13. Cosmopolitan Islam
    14. 14. Cosmopolitan IslamA. Abbasid Governance 1. Continuity and reformB. Commerce and Culture in the Abbasid Caliphate 1. Promotion of trade 2. Cultural renaissance 3. Innovation
    15. 15. A page from a 12th-centuryIslamic manuscript dealing with alchemy.
    16. 16. A Muslim astronomer’s depiction of theconstellation Sagittarius, copied from the original manuscript in 1730.
    17. 17. Cosmopolitan IslamC. Sufis and Fundamentalists 1. Sufi mysticism 2. Militant Islamic fundamentalism
    18. 18. The Decline of the Abbasid Caliphate
    19. 19. The Decline of the Abbasid CaliphateA. Forces of Disintegration 1. Succession conflicts 2. The Malmuks 3. Disloyalty in the Abbasid bureaucracy 4. The end of Abbasid rule
    20. 20. The Decline of the Abbasid CaliphateB. Continuity of Islamic Unity and Expansion 1. Forces for unity and expansion
    21. 21. The Mosque of Ibn Tulun, Cairo.
    22. 22. The Islamic Impact on India
    23. 23. The Islamic Impact on IndiaA. Islamic Invasions from Persia 1. Persian warlords 2. The Ghaznavids
    24. 24. MAP 12.2 The Ghaznavid Islamic Empire, 1030
    25. 25. The Islamic Impact on IndiaB. Conflict and Connection: Muslims and Hindus 1. Religious differences 2. Ghaznavid persecution 3. The Delhi Sultanate
    26. 26. The Quwwat-ul-Islam mosque in Delhi, featuring Hindu motifs such as tasselled ropes and bells.
    27. 27. India’s Influence on Southeast Asia
    28. 28. India’s Influence on Southeast AsiaA. Funan: The First Southeast Asian State 1. Southeast Asia 2. Funan
    29. 29. MAP 12.3 Southeast Asia, 800–1400
    30. 30. India’s Influence on Southeast AsiaB. The Cambodian Empire 1. Hindu influenceB. Srivijaya: Coalition and Cultural Blend 1. Buddhist commercial empire 2. Southeast Asian and Indian cultural blend
    31. 31. Relief sculpture at the temple complex ofBorobodur in central Java, depicting scenes from the life of the Buddha.
    32. 32. Key Dates and Developments

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