September 30, 2020
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Garrett Nehrbass Arab timeline
⟶ Updated 1 Nov 2018 ⟶
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Damascus began to reform the new empires administration.
The massacre at Karbala is still mourned annually by Shia Muslims.
North Africa and Persia, made Arabic the common language.
The dome of the Rock was constructed in Jerusalem.
Europe was stopped in the west by Charles Martel and his Frankish forces at the battle of Tours.
Abbasid's sought to kill Umayyed family members as possible to avoid its later resurgence. Umayyed dynasty seized power over Muslim lands.
Abbasid's moved their capital to Baghdad.
Abbasid expansion to the east also brought them in conflict with the Chinese at the battle of Talas.
Most Historians attribute this to AI-Ma'mun, who reigned gave some credit to earlier caliphs.
AI Khwarizmi adapted Hindu numerals and made the number system we use.
Seljuq Turkmen moved into Abbasid territory and took control of Baghdad.
The challenges to Christen rule led the pope to call the first crusade.
Eurpeones maintained a presence in thr region until the crusades ended.
Ibn Sina, known as Avicenna wrote a book called Canon Medicine which was an encyclopedia describes diseases and treatments that were far ahead of anything in Europe.
The Shahnameh ("Book of Kings") was published around 1000.
The creativity that flowed from Baghdad for fours countries came to a halt when Mongol invasion reached Mesopotamia.
Umayyad governors and generals built a capital in Cordoba.
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