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UTSGNMC101H1Zoe Mc QuinnFall

Chapters 1 & 2 of the Oxford History of Ancient Egypt

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20 Sep 2012
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Introduction: chronologies and cultural change in egypt (ian shaw) Chapters 1 & 2 century bc cient texts: 3) radiometric methods, by means of which par
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UTSGNMC101H1noashadlingerSpring

NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter sufism : Abd-Allah Ibn Muhammad Ibn Al-Hanafiyyah, Hadith, Mansur Al-Hallaj

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27 May 2016
10
The basic theme of the readings assigned is mysticism. The reading on sufism talks about how mysticism is a concept that isn"t specific to islam. It ca
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NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Abbasids: Margarita Mamun

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25 May 2016
17
According to the readings assigned for the week, the umayyad were overthrown by the abbasid revolution, which was in favor of the house of prophet . At
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NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Khuramiyya : Shia Islam, Mazdak, Zoroastrianism

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3 Jun 2016
23
The khurammiyya were some of the rural communities that had a distinguished set of belief disliked by muslims. They were friendly and claimed to be mon
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UTSGNMC101H1Katja GoebsFall

NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Flinders Petrie, Prehistoric Egypt, Badari Culture

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15 Sep 2016
5
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NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter article: Fertile Crescent, Eastern Arabia, Naturschutzbund Deutschland

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20 May 2016
8
Hamdanids arab origin middle abbasid ghilman reliance role as triblal leaders useless. Bedoin tribs all of the area which were practically independent
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NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter article: Fustat, Muawiyah I, Khawarij

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20 May 2016
10
The readings this week were mainly focused on the fitna wars, which literally translates to trials from arabic to english. With the death of prophet mu
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NMC471H1 Chapter Zanj: Reading 7

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1 Jun 2016
7
Abbasid empire was founded in 750 abu al-abbas as- saffah put an end to the umayyad dynasty with the help of the persian troops. 750 1258 37 caliphs ti
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UTSGNMC101H1Katja GoebsFall

NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Gerzeh Culture, First Intermediate Period Of Egypt, Late Period Of Ancient Egypt

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15 Sep 2016
4
Dates from 664 bc to ad 394 precise (deriving primarily from classical sources) Prehistoric date (c. 700,000-3000 bc) approximations based on combinati
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NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Mamluks: Mutassim Gaddafi, Abbasid Caliphate

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10 Jun 2016
8
The reading by turner talks about two generations of the abbasids starting from al mamun to his son al abbas. Al mamun died a suspicious death, which s
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UTSGNMC101H1Katja GoebsFall

NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter 1-5: Responsible Government, Maat

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15 Sep 2016
5
Egyptian theologians developed ideology of kingship that showed pharaoh as link between men and gods: justified unchallenged rule at head of centralize
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NMC101H1 Chapter Notes - Chapter Khuramiyya II: Khurramites, Mazdak, Al-Mansur

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8 Jun 2016
4
The readings for this class talk about a number of revolts that took place in the various newly arab conquered regions of western and eastern iran. The
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