World Civilization I Week Nine Notes
World Civilization I Week Nine Notes 17189
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World Civilization Week Nine Notes Daily Life in Early Islam Started in Arabian Desert 0 Among Bedovins o Nomadic 0 Tribe 0 Group of blood relations 0 Sheilchs 9 heads of tribe 570 AD Muhammad Muhammad ed from Mecca to Medina 622 AD higra Converted people to Islam 0 Umma community 0 Faith is more important than tribe Islam monotheistic 0 United community of converts Classes Ideal communityumma Reality several classes 0 During Umayyad Caliphate 661750 AD Top caliph leader Household and Arab elites 0 From Bedovins 0 Very small group Middle converts 0 Join a tribe as a client o Resentment feel tested 0 Learned class teachers 0 Mercantile class traders 0 No prohibition on marriage between converts and the top class 0 Assimilation Third Dhimmi protected people Jews Christians people of the book Zoroastrians 0 Free to practice religion 0 Houses of worship 0 Conduct business Exchanged for o Acknowledge Islam as number one 0 Pay a tax 0 Encouraged conversion Bottom slaves 0 No slaves Muslim and Dhimmi 0 Fair game Expansion in 7th8th century Male slaves soldiers Eunuchs guarding women OOOO Women sexual and domestic 39 Sometimes artistic 0 Freeman and slave have a child 9 child is free 0 Class of freedmen o Creates social mobility I Inclusiveness Women Rights changed PreIslam Arabia women were considered property 0 Female infanticide 0 No limitation on the number of wives a man could have With Arrival of MuhammadKoran First wife Khadiga 0 First convert Aisha in a battle against Ali Koran spiritual equality 0 Recognized woman s right to choose a husband UC Women played active role in 0 Religious 0 Economic 0 And political life Great degree of freedom Conquest Adopted certain customs 0 veiling of women 0 seclusion of Women Great number of slave Women as a result 0 veiling free Women as a result 0 no veil 9 slave Woman 0 secluding women in harem to show off men s great wealth Trade Women s rights decrease wealth increases All Muslims are required to perform the hagg 0 pilgrimage back to Mecca 0 transported goods 0 spices o slaves Trade brings communication 0 Transporting ideas 0 Bagdad economic trade center 39 Came to the House of Wisdom 0 First university ever 0 Gathered Greek texts 39 Studied it