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chapter 9 study


what was the astrolabe to help with navigation
what groups contributed to Islamic culture during the middle ages Persians Turks Arabs
why where baghdad and cairo important cities during the middle ages Baghdad- capital of the abbasid Empire crossroads of trade routes Cairo - capital of Egypt most advanced university
described 3 examples of islamic cultural diffusion Cairo - capital of Egypt most advanced university Muslims learned the art of paper making. learned about zero from India
Muslims use the min bar Geometric designs Floral Designs
what did Muslims focus on when creating art it was raised pulpit used to by the imam to give his sermon
how did papermaking change the muslims cultur it allowed stories to be written and recorded it allowed more poetry to be written the Qur'an was printed
what word do we use to describe an important idea adaptation
how did muslims use ancient greek knowledge Muslims scholars translated Greek texts into Arabic for others to study
muslims built hospitals to treat whom Muslim hospitals were teaching centers for doctors in training anyone could go there for treatment
what is ibn sina credited with he wrote a textbook that was used by doctors to treat patients
whats the difference between primary source and secondary source primary source- historical document from the time period secondary source- usually written by a person who read the primary source and
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