With this newfound tolerance came a state of cultural syncretism that resulted in, among other things, the production of art and architecture. In Africa, a similar blending of religions occurred. When Portugal brought
Solomon decided to divide the kingdom into the districts so his kingdom can be more sophisticated as his Near East neighbors kingdoms. After Solomon became King he built a temple. The temple was devoted in a grand style. The temple was a home of the Ark of the Covenant that cherished Hebrew religious practices. The temple symbolized as the heart of the Kingdom.
Tutankhamun sought to regain these relations and policies. There is some evidence to support that Tutankhamun 's diplomacy was successful, any battles took place during his reign. These battles took place with the Nubian’s and the Asiatics over the control of trade routes, as well as the battle for territory. As seen in the image depicting the Nubian Army: Tutankhamun sought to restore Egypt to its former glory, before the reign of Akhenaten, this meant changing to a polytheistic belief. During this Tutankhamun moved the royal court back to Thebes and ordered the reconstruction and development of holy grounds.
The Khilafat development was a religion-political development propelled by the Muslims of British India for the maintenance of the Ottoman Caliphate and for not giving over the control of Muslim blessed spots to non-Muslims. Turkey favored Germany in World War 1. As it started to lose the war, concerns were communicated in India about the eventual fate of Turkey. It was a crest period from 1919 to 1922 throwing showings, blacklist, and other weight by the two noteworthy groups, the Hindus and the Muslims. Being siblings, the Indian Muslims understood their religious obligation to help the Muslim nation.
Alexander’s armies linked a new Hellenistic world to many other regions. It brought people with a shared interest in religion and art together. Hellenism was spread during and after the conquests by Alexander because Alexander was a daring person who took a risk that paid off, some of which included heading towards the Persian Empire and conquering vast amounts of land. The tactics used by Alexander to conquer these lands were to use heavily armed infantries with groups of troops dispersed throughout the lands. As Alexander conquered these lands, he and his troops brought with them their culture.
The consensus perspective claims that “Europeans and Native Americans adopted some useful aspects of each other’s culture” (Consensus Perspective). In truth, the Europeans forced their culture onto Native Americans to the point of obliterating all other cultures. The main area in which the Europeans forced their own culture onto others was Christianity. It began with Christopher Columbus’s conclusion that the natives of the island he landed on where barbaric, but would be easily converted. The Spanish monarchs Ferdinand II and Isabella I had just completed the reconquista, the centuries-long campaign by Spanish Catholics to drive Muslim Arabs from the European mainland (Henretta 31).
One of the biggest similarities that exists between the Han and Roman administrations was the composition
Their artistic designs of windows, gates and roofs share characteristics with the Italian architecture and their basic structures found in mosques were adopted from the people of Anatolia. The Ottomans collected many different ideas from other countries and made them into one magnificent piece. This is why architecture was such a major aspect of Ottoman culture. The third reason why the Ottoman culture led to a strong empire was because of the Ottoman toleration.
276-279). Bin laden became the leader of the Islamic nation. He became a noble man and hero to many, which allowed him to relocate easily and even seek asylum in other countries. During the years of the Afghan war (1980-1989) Osama gained wide connections in international circles of radical Islamists.
Both superpowers were eager to claim territory and spread their ideologies and the Middle East was no different. Both countries wanted to spread their influence throughout the Middle East and also be a part of the vast wealth many of the Countries in the Middle East own. After 1953 Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi, referred to as “the Shah” took power and ruled Iran as a secular ruler. Throughout his reign in power, The Shah became increasingly focused in westernizing Iran and started to have close relations with the United States.
Sheikh Safi al-Din, a Persian mystic, was the founder of a Sufi order called Safaviyeh, was which the Empire got its name from. In 1501, the Empire officially came about due to the capture of Tabriz by Ismail I. At the Safavid’s peak its empire consisted of Iran, Iraq, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Georgia, Uzbekistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan, and parts of Turkmenistan. Today, the Safavid Empire could have been located in Iran. The height of the Safavid’s rein was under the rule of Shah Abbas, who assumed the thrown in 1587. Under his rule he expanded his trading market with the English East India Company and the Dutch East India Company and he broke the feud between the Ottoman Turks and the Safavids for the Fertile Crescent, breaking up Iran and Turkey between the two. Shah Abbas allowed culture to bloom, writing many poems and literary work himself.
I find the role of religion in government quite interesting. In a previous lesson we learned about the Byzantine and Persian Empires and how they served as patrons for religious orthodoxies. Now as we start to discuss more about post-Muhammad Islam, we learn about the empires that served as the patrons for Islam. Religion seems to be the primary foundation for the rise and success for many of these empires, but in the 21st century religion does not serve this same purpose. The Safavid Empire was govern by and for Shiite Muslims, the Mughul Empire is quite distinct in that it seemed to be fueled by religious tolerance, so it was a hybrid of Islam and Hinduism, and the Ottoman Empire is also noteworthy as Robinson describes it as the “mightiest of the three”, most likely due
but, there are a lot of reasons why it did.some reasons are that they made an empire and took over other countries and forced them to have Islam as their religion. They also spread the Islamic religion by having trade routes that traded different goods with other countries and also natural resources such as: oil known as petroleum
Those that did not wish to convert to Muslim focused on the contract Muhammad made to give non-Muslim Arabs their freedom. Many nomadic Arabs helped with their travel and trade. Spread of new traditions by the nomads helped shape Islam before the Islamic Empire formed which also made a big impact.