The Golden Age of Islam

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The Golden Age of Islam by Mind Map: The Golden Age of Islam

1. The End Of the Golden Age

1.1. By the time the Ottoman Empire rises, the Golden Age is considered to have ended

1.2. political mismanagement after the early Caliphs (10th century onwards)

1.3. Foreign Invasion

1.3.1. Mongols & Turks Conquered most of Eurasia 1206- Genghis Khan established the powerful Mongol empire Lots of blood shed Turkic leaders destroyed cities, slaughtered thousands and did severe damage to the ancient irrigation systems of Mesopotamia. Eventually, Mongols and Turks that settled in parts of Persia, Central Asia, Russia and Anatolia converted to Islam.

1.3.2. Crusades Muslims spread to new areas, causing conflict with Christians Pope Urban II of Rome calls for all Christians to drive out Muslims from Jerusalem and its surrounding regions.

2. Philosophy

2.1. Ethics

2.1.1. Religious freedom Christianinty Judaism Muslim

2.1.2. Individualism

2.1.3. Freedom of speech

2.2. Greek Ideas

2.2.1. preserved works of Aristotle Avicenna logic

3. Economy

3.1. Trade

3.1.1. extended to previous isolated regions and Africa, Indian and China Sea

3.2. Agriculture

4. Architecture

4.1. hospitals, libraries, universities, observatory

5. Rashidun conquest

5.1. Persia

5.2. Syria

5.3. Arminia

5.4. North Africa

5.5. Egypt

5.6. Umayyads Conquest

5.6.1. Spain

6. Arts

6.1. ceramics, glass, metalwork, textiles, illuminated manuscripts, calligraphy and woodwork flourished

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