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The Islamic City

NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Kairouan, Landform, Ahmad Ibn Tulun

Cities no layout places for soldiers quartered in districts otherwise might fight each other to death Kufa Basra The first time we have a sense from written record Baghdad We have on the bank of the Tigris the round city o...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Ayyubid Dynasty, Idrisid Dynasty, Fatimid Caliphate

Basic principles of Islam ilah a god Allah (alLah) the God of Islam Muslim one who accepts Islam (literally, submission to God) Ibrahim the patriarch of the Old testament (Abraham) Ismail Ibrahims son, raised as a chi...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Midterm Guide: Arabian Peninsula, Kufa, Fustat

Pivotal moments in Islamic history 1. Beginnings of Islam year of the Elephant birth of Muhammad in Mecca year 570 CE revelations, Quranic recitation and formulation of Islamic faith 609632 CE emigration of Muslim commu...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Final: spain

ALHAMBRA a fortress complex located in Granada, Spain originally constructed as a small fortress in 889 AD on the remains of a Roman fortifications it came to popularity when the Nasrid ruler Mohammad ben AlAlhmar (V) rebu...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Buland Darwaza, Salim Chishti, Jahangir

Fatehpur Sikri (India) 01:24 Akbar (The Mughal Empire) d...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Final: Mecca

Mecca The barren hillsides of mount Hira in Mecca where the prophet Muhammad used to meditate before the revelation and the start of Muhammad used to meditate before the revelation and the start of his mission. The images ...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Temple Mount, Axonometric Projection, Tomb

Jerusalem Overview of the old City of Jerusalem. The first picture shows living quarters of people. It also shows Al-Aqsa Mosque, Dome of the Rocks an...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Final: Geographical features

Geographical features Mountains Spain: Pyrenees Sierra Nevada Morocco: High Atlas Ethiopia: Ethiopian Massif Turkey: Taurus Mt. Ararat Russia: Caucasus range Levant: Lebanon mountains Iran: Elburz Za...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Zabid, Umayyad Mosque, Rasulid Dynasty

ZABID, Yemen - This is a map of Zabid, Yemen, where U of T conducted the first excavation project of its kind in the area, sometime between 1970's to early 2000's. The major work of excavati...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Study Guide - Final Guide: Abu Inan Faris, Marinid Dynasty, Idrisid Dynasty

Morrocco Please include the following information in your notes: 1. Name of the building/site 2. Date 3. Period i.e mamluk , safavids, ottomans etc. 4. Location 5. SIgnificance Name: Madrasa B...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall
NMC396Y1 Final: Istanbul-exam-review

Aya Sophia (Patron Justinian 1, Byzantine style architecture, 537 first built, mosque 1453) The Hagia (aya) Sophia is a basilica which means it has 3 aisles with the central aisles wider than the s...

Near & Middle Eastern Civilizations
NMC396Y1
Edward Keall

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