The golden age brought medical advancements because it gave Muslims and other scholars time to study the human body and remedies to treat it because it was a time of peace and prosperity. A golden age is a time where literature and record keeping flourishes. Literature during the golden age was characterized by a variety of works, ranging from poetry to philosophy. The literature advancements also contributed to the scientific advancements because scholars needed to translate every discovery and medical book into Arabic for proper record keeping. These advancements were made possible because of the center of knowledge, where scholars from all over, and any religion came to celebrate and discover
Advanced Muslims taught Europeans many different concepts. For example, Crusaders learned about how to advance their warfare tactics in order to succeed during battles. Europeans achieved different advancements because of them. Many people believe that Muslims are the reason why gunpowder came to Europe. They had advancements in medicine, which helped during fights if someone got hurt during wars; there were advancements in architecture, which was positive because they were able to build better castles.
So Islam spread because of war conquest, trade, and “the message”. Mecca was the center of trade in the Saudi Arabia which was a key factor into why Islam spread so quickly. Since they traded with multiple different areas around Mecca, the word about Islam and Muslim practices spread around quickly and easily. Mecca is where the land and sea routes crossed bringing more people there also(referring to doc A). Another reason Islam spread so quickly is because they traded with large and vast countries, which made those countries spread the word also.
In Document A, it states,” By the middle of the 6th century… Mecca was … prosperous and important.” Mecca is prosperous and important meaning that people would trade there often and people may travel the routes and spread the religion and since it was important, people went there tremendously so people would trade religions and praise Islam. Plus in Document C, it shows that Islam spread in the vast region through Muhammad followers. Muhammad had many followers which meant that he had a variety of people teaching Islam. Those followers would spread Islam throughout the lands and then those people would spread to others and so
Timbuktu became a place of learning, enterprise, and culture. Education was becoming more accessible to Africans and they took advantage of the opportunity to grasp higher learning. Nearly every person in Timbuktu learned to read and write, and one of the most important books to learn was the Qur’an (the holy religious book of Islam). Islam changed the African culture forever by changing the ideals and religion through education. Islam also made its way into African politics.
After about 140 years, many followers of Islam had created an empire that ruled the Middle East and spread across to North Africa to Europe. There are many reasons why Islam spread so fast, however the main three reasons was trade, winning battles, and treaties. Trade Routes was an important part of how Islam grew so fast. From document A, it shows the map of all the trade routes leading to and from Mecca. First they had crossroads of profitable trade.
Conor McCool James McGregor History 1301 12/02/2017 Thomas Jefferson Thomas Jefferson was he a hero or was he a villain? This question has been asked and discussed for many years now but how can a man who was a president of this country, who served his country in many different ways, who done great and excellent things for this nation and also author the Declaration of Independence be categorized as a villain? Thomas Jefferson was a very smart and intelligent man that started off by becoming a lawyer. Thomas Jefferson had an exceptional talent as he had the gift of writing, the way he wrote was fascinating. Thomas Jefferson was a man that made his reputation as a supporter of the American Independence.
One of the most powerful and influential Muslim ruler was Mansa Musa. Mansa Musa helped Islam spread by leaving to pilgrimage and introduced the empire to the Islamic World. He encouraged learning to read the Arabic language to read the Qur’an. He hired architects to build mosques as well. Another example is the Songhai empire.
King Arthur was a very powerful and intelligent king. From childhood, he learned many virtues and lessons, but he didn’t know that the lessons he was learning had to do with becoming a great leader. Ben Carson is very similar to king Arthur in many ways. Ben learned several things from childhood as well as from reading literature of the world around him which made him a great man later on in life. I will be talking about Ben Carson and why he is a great reincarnation of King Arthur.
King’s was creditable because he was a black man fighting for black and equal rights. He was also minister in the mid 1950’s before he became a social activist in the early 1960’s he was respected in the church community as well as in politics, he was a gifted child and was immitted in Morehouse College at the young age of 15 he studied medicine and law. (History.com) His supporters knew he was a very smart
6) Finally some more Islamic achievements are spreading throughout the world. (Doc. 9) These are some of the most achievements the Islams have had. Muslims supported the advancement of science. Rulers wanted to be treated by proper and qualified physicians.
Muslims the people of Islam, have inherited of their culture from Greece, Rome, and India, as well as from those that they have conquered. The Muslims have great tolerance for those that they conquered and because of this they were able to advance scholarship to its highest level, in several areas. As a result of this, the achievements that the Muslims have achieved stand out, and have a long lasting impact on the cultures of our world today. Islam has achieved many incredible feats, in various subjects, in literature and art, math, science and in the medical field. Some of the great achievements in the literature and art field that the Muslims have accomplished include, having a boasting "37 libraries, numberless bookstores, [and] 800
Galen was the son of a wealthy architect whom got a promising education that enabled him to become the prominent physician and philosopher of his time. Having influenced various scientific disciplines, his work remains at use till this day. His work includes many fields, those of which include, pharmacology, anatomy, neurology, philosophy, anatomy, physiology, and neurology. Having studied in Alexandria, and Greece, Galen later returned to his hometown, to become a chief surgeon to the Roman gladiators. Through, treating open wounds of the gladiators present at wars, his medical discoveries and theories came about.