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A history of the Muslim world to 1750 the making of a civilization

Pt. 1. The Formative Period, 610-950 -- Origins -- Arab imperialism -- The development of sectarianism -- The center cannot hold : three caliphates -- Synthesis and creativity -- pt. 2. Civilization vs. chaos, 950-1260 -- Filling the vacuum of power, 950-1100 -- Barbarians at the gates, 1100-1260 -- The consolidation of traditions -- The Muslim commonwealth -- pt. 3. Mongol hegemony, 1260-1405 -- The great transformation -- Unity and diversity in Islamic traditions -- pt. 4. Muslim ascendancy, 1405-1750. -- The central Muslim lands -- The umma in the west -- Central Asia and Iran -- South Asia -- The Indian Ocean Basin
Print Book, English, 2017
Routledge, Milton Park, Abingdon, Oxon, 2017
History
Seiten cm
9781138215924, 9781138215931, 1138215929, 1138215937
1002061054
Part One: The Formative Period, 610-950; 1. Origins; 2. Arab Imperialism; 3. The Development of Sectarianism; 4. The center cannot hold: Three Caliphates; 5. Synthesis and Creativity Part Two: Civilization vs. Chaos, 950-1260; 6. Filling the Vacuum of Power, 950-1100; 7. Barbarians at the Gates, 1100-1260; 8. The Consolidation of Traditions; 9. The Muslim Commonwealth; Part Three: Mongol Hegemony, 1260-1405; 10. The Great Transformation; 11. Unity and Diversity in Islamic Traditions; Part Four: Muslim Ascendancy, 1405-1750; 12. The Central Muslim Lands; 13. The Umma in the West; 14. Central Asia and Iran; 15. South Asia; 16. The Indian Ocean