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Weegy: Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by both Islamic merchants and conquerors. Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by a receptive Hindu population. Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by a class of Asian warriors known [ as Sultans. Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by a powerful Arabian navy launched in the 11th century. ] User: why did Muslim al-Andalus fall? Weegy: Muslim al-Andalus fall because of the following reason: It fell because the Umayyads lost their hold on the Arab Empire. It fell because the divisions within the empire made it vulnerable to attack. It fell because of the superior military forces [ of the Christian Crusaders. It fell because Muslims from the Eastern Khalifate conquered its lands. source: ] User: How did Islam spread from the seventh through the 17th century User: If you traveled to Spanish city of Córdoba in the 10th century, which of the following would you not find? Weegy: C rdoba was a cultural center for the region. User: what would you not find in the city of Cordoba? Weegy: a cultural center for the region would you not find in the city of Cordoba (More)
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Weegy: Answer: How did European responded to Islamic influence? Islamic contributions to Medieval Europe were numerous, affecting such varied areas as art, architecture, medicine, agriculture, music, language, and technology. [ From the 11th to 13th centuries, Europe absorbed knowledge from the Islamic civilization. Of particular importance was the rediscovery of the ancient classic texts, most notably the work of the Greek natural philosopher Aristotle, through re-translations from Arabic. en.wikipedia.org/.../Islamic_contributions_to_Me ] User: what was the name of the nation of Charles Martel Weegy: Answer: What was the name of nation of Charles Martel? Charles Martel is a Frankish Statesman, [ When you say Frankish it means The Franks (Latin: Franci or gens Francorum) were a confederation of Germanic tribes first attested to occupying land in the third century AD on the Lower and Middle Rhine. In the 3rd century some Franks raided Roman territory, other Franks joined the Roman troops in Gaul. The Salian Franks formed a kingdom on Roman-held soil that, after 357, was acknowledged by the Romans. After the collapse of imperial authority in the West, the Frankish tribes were united under the Merovingians. In the Middle Ages, the term Frank was used in the East as a synonym for western European, as the Franks were then rulers of most of western Europe. en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charles_Martel ] (More)
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