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Arabian Peninsula1

Islam's Golden Age Notes

empire expands around mediterranean region north south east west
islamic life rose to great heights the golden age
where was the place where islamic high culture was? baghdad(present day iraq)
baghdad prosperous, job offering 900,000 people by early 800s desert land around was turned into productive farm land
industries in baghdad high quality products-textiles, carpets, leather goods, perfume, and ironwork(demanded in faraway places
place where______ _______could practice calligraphy and arebesque famous artists
invention of paper chinese brought it papermaking, writing, bookmaking, and reading in baghdad
house of wisdom in baghdad library/university scholars could work on literature, math, astronomy, and medicine
cordoba in al-andalus displayed islams golden age
Created by: Jbenway12345