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"All the nations of the Franks trembled at that terrible army, and they betook them to their king Caldus (Charles Martel), and told him of the havoc made by the Moslem horsemen, and bow they rode at their will through all the land of Narbonne, Toulouse, and Bordeaux, and they told the king of the death of their count." — Anon Arab Chronicler This passage is discussing the Battle of Corboda the Battle of Poitiers the Mamluk overthrowing of the Abbasids the invasion of the Byzantine ...
Weegy: What is the question? User: "All the nations of the Franks trembled at that terrible army, and they betook them to their king Caldus (Charles Martel), and told him of the havoc made by the Moslem horsemen, and bow they rode at their will through all the land of Narbonne, Toulouse, and Bordeaux, and they told the king of the death of their count." — Anon Arab Chronicler This passage is discussing the Battle of Corboda the Battle of Poitiers the Mamluk overthrowing of the Abbasids the invasion of the Byzantine Roman Empire Weegy: What is the question? 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 activley worked to stop it. 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: C?rdoba was a cultural center for the region. User: Which of the following geographic features most likely hindered the Byzantines from expanding north of Italy? a major river a sea mountainous terrain desert terrain Weegy: mountainous terrain (More)
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Weegy: Visit this site :) User: Which general gained new western lands for Emperor Justinian in the 530s? Weegy: Visit this site :) User: Which of the following statements best describes Islam's spread from the seventh through the 17th century? User: Which of the following statements best describes Islam's spread from the seventh through the 17th century? Military conquests by the Arab Empire and traders of Islamic faith were the primary means for spreading Islam to Africa, Europe, and Asia. Islam reached North, Sub-Saharan, and East Africa, but did not take hold in Asia. The Arab Empire rejected military conquest, therefore trade and missionaries were the primary means for spreading Islam beyond the Arabian Peninsula. The spread of Islam was limited to the areas of the Arabian Peninsula where Muhammad traveled. Weegy: Military conquests by the Arab Empire and traders of Islamic faith were the primary means for spreading Islam to Africa, Europe, and Asia. User: "The city of Baghdad formed two vast semi-circles on the right and left banks of the Tigris, twelve miles in diameter. The numerous suburbs, covered with parks, gardens, villas and beautiful promenades, and plentifully supplied with rich bazaars, and finely built mosques and baths, stretched for a considerable distance on both sides of the river. In the days of its prosperity the population of Baghdad and its suburbs amounted to over two millions! ...The long wide estrades at the different gates of the city were used by the citizens for gossip and recreation or for watching the flow of travelers and country folk into the capital. The different nationalities in the capital had each a head officer to represent their interests with the government, and to whom the stranger could appeal for counsel or help." —William Stearns Davis, ed., Readings in Ancient History: Illustrative Extracts from the Sources, 2 Vols. (Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 1912-13), Vol. II: Rome and the West, pp. 365-367 ... (More)
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In which of the following cities would people have found the center of the Byzantine government in Italy? Rome Antioch Córdoba Ravenna
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