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A History of the Muslim World to 1405


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I. THE FORMATIVE PERIOD, 600-950. 1. Origins. 2. Arab Imperialism. 3. The Development of Sectarianism. 4. The Center Cannot Hold: Three Caliphates. 5. Synthesis and Creativity. II. A CIVILIZATION UNDER SIEGE, 950-1260. 6. Filling the Vacuum of Power, 950-1100. 7. Barbarians at the Gates, 1100-1260. 8. The Consolidation of Traditions. 9. The Muslim Commonwealth. III. MONGOL HEGEMONY, 1260-1405. 10. The Great Transformation. 11. Unity and Diversity in Islamic Traditions.

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