WHAP Chapter 7 Vocabulary

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Most powerful of the trading states on north coast Java; converted to Islam adn served as point dissemination to other ports.
The successor of Harun al-rashid, who won the first civil war.
The twin emblems of women's increasing subjugation to men and confinement to the home in the Abbasid era.
Turkic slaves who defeated the Mongols and then ruled Egypt.
Person who developed a classifying scheme: animals, vegetables, minerals.
Great Mongol war commander.
Wandering mystics who sought a personal union with Allah.
Trading empire which centered on Malacca.
Muslim leader in the last decades of the 12 th century; reconquered most of the crusader outposts for Islam.
a trading city whose small trading empires replaced the falling Shrivijaya empire.
A collection of Persian poems by Oman Kahyyam.
Orthodox scholars within Islam; opposed non-Muslim scientific thinks.
Muslim mystic during the 15th century; played down the importance of ritual differences between Hinduism and Islam.
Lengthy epic poem by Firdawsi.
A tale which immortalized Harun's court.
Descendant of Guptas in India; brirfly constructed a loose empire in northern India between 616 and 657 CE.
Successor of al-Mahdi.
Burning of widows on the same funeral pyres as their deceased husbands.
A group that supplanted the Buyids.
A regional splinter dynasty in Persia who invaded the heartland of Abbasid dynasty and captured Baghdad.
Series of military invasions initially launched by Christians to free the holy lands from the Muslims.
Third ruler of Delhi Sultanate Empire; gave Muslims reputation for intolerance and aggression.

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