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Muslim expansion and Byzantine collapse in North Africa

Walter Emil Kaegi

Muslim expansion and Byzantine collapse in North Africa

by Walter Emil Kaegi

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Published by Cambridge University Press in Cambridge, New York .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Includes bibliographical references and index.

StatementWalter E. Kaegi
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDT172 .K34 2010
The Physical Object
Paginationp. cm.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL24494636M
ISBN 109780521196772
LC Control Number2010034895

Confronting Islam: Emperors versus Caliphs (c. ). In: Cambridge History of the Byzantine Empire, ) Muslim Expansion and Byzantine Collapse in North Africa. Cambridge University Press ().   The fall of Mecca in solidified Muhammad’s control of the western side of the Arabian peninsula, and Muhammad died in A decisive Muslim victory at the Battle of Ajnadayn in spread Muslim control into modern Israel. Between and , Muslim forces conquered Christian, Byzantine-held Syria and North Africa.

The Vandal invasions at the end of Augustine's life were eventually defeated by imperial forces leading to the influence of Byzantium in the North African Church. But everything would change in the 7th century with the invasions of the East of Islam spreading across Egypt to North Africa and into Spain. Essays in North Africa under Byzantium and Early Islam include the legacy of Vandal rule in Africa, art and architectural history, archaeology, economics, theology, Berbers, and the Islamic conquest. They examine the ways in which the imperial legacy was re-interpreted, re-imagined, and put to new uses in Byzantine and early Islamic Africa.

Start studying Islam/Byzantine. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. and expansion - Muslims fled to Spain then France (both Christian dominated) - Were defeated at Battle of Tours by Charles Martel North Africa, and the Berbers - Muslim fleets attacked several islands in Eastern Mediterranean. Egypt and North Africa. Al-Makrisi: Arab Account of the Crusade of St. Louis. Ibn Said: Book of the Maghrib, 13th Century. Sheikh Nefzaoui: The Perfumed Garden, 11th century CE/c. A.H , translated by Sir Richard Burton, in chapter files, full text, [At Bibliomania].


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| Chiara O. Tommasi - is a platform for academics to share research papers. Walter Kaegi takes a fresh look at these perennial questions, with maps and on-site observations, in this exciting new book.

Persisting clouds of suspicion and blame overshadowed many Byzantine attempts to defend North Africa, as Byzantines failed to meet the multiple challenges from different directions which ultimately overwhelmed them.

Walter Kaegi examines these perennial questions, with maps and on-site observations, in this exciting book. Persisting clouds of suspicion and blame overshadowed many Byzantine attempts to defend North Africa, as Byzantines failed to meet the multiple challenges from different directions which ultimately overwhelmed them.

Walter E. Kaegi. Muslim Expansion and Byzantine Collapse in North York: Cambridge University Press. xx, $Author: John Haldon. The fall of Alexandria extinguished Byzantine rule in Egypt, and allowed the Muslims to continue their military expansion into North Africa; between – 'Amr completed the conquest of Cyrenaica.

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– Muslims attempted to conquer Constantinople, then capital of the Byzantine Empire. They also advanced in western Europe as far as France (Franks stop their advance). Abbasids become rulers of Muslim Empire with Baghdad as center; the Golden Age of Islam begins. The conquest marks the westernmost expansion of both the Umayyad Caliphate and Muslim rule into Europe.

During the caliphate of the Umayyad Caliph Al-Walid I, forces led by Tariq ibn Ziyad disembarked in early in Gibraltar at the head of an army consisting of Berbers from north Africa.

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