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Considering this excerpt written by the Arab geographer Yakut in the 13th century, what can we say about Islamic Baghdad at that time? It tolerated a diverse population. It forbade the practice of other religions. It excluded non-Muslims from the city. It imposed laws to limit the rights of non-Muslims
Weegy: It tolerated a diverse population. User: According to this source, why did Muslim al-Andalus fall? 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. (More)
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In what way was the Islamic expansion into India similar to the way Islam expanded in other areas? 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.
Weegy: Islamic expansion into India was facilitated by both Islamic merchants and conquerors User: The Mughal Empire was established by Akbar Babur Ali Fatima User: What impact did the Frankish leader Charles Martel have on Christian Europe's relations with Muslim Spain in the eighth century? He negotiated a clear border between Spain and France. He stopped the Muslim advance from Spain into France. He welcomed ambassadors and scholars from Moorish Spain. He established a Christian kingdom in a corner of northern Spain. Weegy: He stopped the Muslim advance from Spain into France. is the answer User: Which of the following best describes how European powers responded to Islamic expansion? Europeans sought to convert the Arab people to Christianity to counteract Islamic influence. Europeans were desperate to get to China before the Chinese were converted to Islam. Europeans viewed the spread of Islam as a threat and actively worked to stop it. Europeans cut off all trade with the Islamic Empire. Weegy: Europeans viewed the spread of islam as a threat and actively worked to stop it best describes how European powers responded to the islamic expansion User: If you traveled to Spanish city of Córdoba in the 10th century, which of the following would you not find? a prosperous trading and religious center a population larger than Paris, France a government free from Islamic influence a cultural center for the region Weegy: If you traveled to Spanish city of Córdoba in the 10th century, which of the following would you not find a cultural center for the region. (More)
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Why did Justinian I want to reform the law of the Byzantine Empire? The code needed to be collected and reorganized. The code needed revisions to remove laws regarding slavery. The code included ordinances, but they needed to be removed. The code did not include imperial decrees, which had to be added. - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -
Weegy: Why did Justinian I want to reform the law of the Byzantine Empire? The code needed revisions to remove laws regarding slavery. User: Why did Justinian I fail to regain all of the former provinces of the old Roman Empire? His general made military blunders. His troops mutinied. He ran out of money. He didn't equip his troops well (More)
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Why did Justinian I fail to regain all of the former provinces of the old Roman Empire? His general made military blunders. His troops mutinied. He ran out of money. He didn't equip his troops well
Weegy: He didn't equip his troops well. User: According to the law above, which of the following is a theft? a person who spreads vicious rumors about others. a person who takes another person’s wallet by force a person who borrows a painting and forgets to return it a person who steals someone else’s identity Weegy: A theft: (best answer) is a person who takes another person's wallet by force. User: How did Justinian gain the throne? His father passed on the throne to him. His uncle made him co-emperor. His army took control of Constantinople. His wife was of royal birth. Weegy: How did Justinian gain the throne? His uncle made him co-emperor. User: According to the passage, why did the Byzantines want Belisarius to stake everything in a single battle against the Goths? to deceive the enemy to gain a strategic advantage to prevent starving to death to finish the war before winter Weegy: According to the passage, why did the Byzantines want Belisarius to stake everything in a single battle against the Goths? to deceive the enemy (More)
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