The desirable morals of the faith led people into becoming Muslim. The lucrative location of the beginnings of Islam lead many merchants to trade while spreading the culture. Mecca, Islam’s headquarters, was in the crossroads of the world and in a perfect location for trade, which led to the spread of the culture. In a map created
Islam spread through trade. Muslim traders journeyed end to end of caliphate, exchanging good and information. Exchange brought Islam to west Africa, Europe, Southeast Asia. Mecca was a trade center because it was crossroads of the lucrative caravan trade. In Document A it shows the routes of the trade it expands to west Africa, Europe and Southeast Asia exchanging goods and information.
First they had crossroads of profitable trade. They would trade perfumes, precious metals, incense, and silk filed through their town, headed North to coastal town. When they would trade overseas to the Arabian Peninsula, they traded spices, textiles, and spices from Asia. Mecca was rich due to travel connects to Europe, Asia and Africa. Trade became such a big thing in Islam, it was known as... Another
Between the years 700-1450 CE, elaborate court life, degrees of admission and military forces were created as a result of the increased trade through the Saharan. Another result of the Trans-Saharan trade and the increasing spread of Islam is that Mansa Musa, the king of Mali was able to become extremely wealthy and rule over a large empire. Mansa Musa was a very wealthy man who
This can be seen in documents 1,3, and 7. In document one, it is talking about trade and how, by following the teachings of the Qur’an, merchants, on judgement day, will receive the high rank they deserve. Therefore, document one shows the influence of Muslim religion throughout Afro-Eurasia. Document 3 shows the spread of Islamic faith because of the caliph's palace, which was so enormous that it influenced many outside civilizations. Also, wealth and increased trade,due to large palaces, of a certain city, helped to developed a strong army that helped spread religion.
Agriculture was another economic sector that benefited from the Columbian Exchange ,as the influx of newly discovered agricultural items flooded the marketplace,leaving farmers very wealthy. The center for agriculture was in Britain,a powerhouse of anything related to crops,livestock and spices. The British Empire was the dominant power in world politics and trade. The discovery of lucrative crops such as tobacco and
In the last phase, which extends from 1500 to current times, Islam continues to influence the culture and literature in Indonesia. Islam As A Product Of Commercial Trade In economic terms, conversion resulted in increased economic trade and higher state of
Considering External influences: Based on these documents, I would say that Axum had a pretty good relationships with its neighbors. One of this example, is the long-distance trade across the Erythraean and the Red sea. From this, they took the advantages of the outsiders’ resources. Explaining the rise and significance of Axum: I think that Axum was flourished through commerce and trading. With this, they gain many significant religious and military.
When the Abbasids moved the capital of the Arab Empire to Baghdad which was in the center of trade routes the Abbasids and the Arab Empire became rich. This led to a time of prosperity in the Arab Empire which allowed the development of new things such as buildings and Medicine. The Arab Empire was successful in trade, but the Hittites were successful with their military. The Hittites achieved great accomplishments with their military by defeating many civilizations and empires such as Egypt and Persia. They were the only civilization that mastered the use of chariots and iron tools which gave them a major advantage when it came to
Trade routes were increased across the Sahara desert when the camel was introduced in 100 C.E. from Arabia. By 800 C.E. the West African Soninke people created the Ghanaian empire and controlled the Senegal and Upper Niger Rivers. But with the Ghana empire other smaller communities started to appear and a large empire known as the Mali empire became powerful after the fall of the Ghana empire in the eleventh century C.E.
How did Islam spread so quickly? Islam a muslim community that forever changed the middle east In this paper I will explain how it spread through The message,trade,and conquest. Trade was one major thing that spread Muhammad 's word. Mecca being a trading hub in the Middle East helped the word spread. According to Document A,B and C it mostly spread in the 632-750.
After this, a tax was placed on the Hims. Some argue that trade was the main reason for the spreading of Islam because Mecca was at a crossroads of the lucrative caravan trade. Vast camel trains would come through bearing valuable items coming from all over (A). Although, trade was closely related to military in that military brought in the trade. Without military, trade may not have been as popular as it was.
Another way they expanded Islam was that they joined forces. This helped them expand Islam because they met new religions which helped them expand as well. This is from Document B. According to Document C it stated that they were gift-giving and had a system of stipends which was payment. This shows that they expanded the Islam Empire by exchanging things and money which also leads to expansion.