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Golden Age of Islam (Grade 10)

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Golden Age of Islam

1. 
By 750, the Muslim Empire stretched 6,000 miles from the                                    to the                             
2. 
Two great Islamic empires that arose after the death of Muhammad were the                    in 661 B.C. and the                      in 750 B.C.
3. 
The term caliph means                                            
4. 
Under Abbasid rule, a key force unifying the Muslim Empire was
  1. direct political control.
  2. economy and trade.
  3. Persian language and culture.
  4. a common vision of Islam.
5. 
How did early Muslims view and treat Christians and Jews?



6. 
All of the following factors contributed to the rapid expansion of the early Muslim empire EXCEPT
  1. forced conversions of conquered people
  2. the military skill of the Muslim armies
  3. weaknesses in the Byzantine and Persian Empires
  4. the strong faith of the Muslim soldiers
7. 
What area did the Umayyads add to the Muslim Empire?
  1. North America
  2. Western North Africa
  3. All of Asia
  4. Cuba
8. 
An early Muslim mathematician gave us al-jabr, "the art of bringing together unknowns to match a known quantity." Today we call this                     .
9. 
Thanks to Muslim scholars, ancient Greek and Roman learning, acquired from their contact with the Byzantine scholars, was eventually transferred to the West in the 12th century leading to the High Middle Ages Renaissance
  1. True
  2. False
10. 
The greatest contribution of Islamic culture to the West was its
  1. cosmopolitan urban centers
  2. legal code
  3. architecture
  4. scholarship
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