How did the Muslims maintain their vast empire?



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  1. After Muhammad’s conquest of Mecca (622 CE) where did the Muslim armies head next?



  1. How did the Muslims maintain their vast empire?




  1. What happens after 632 CE (Muhammad’s death)?




  1. What is the Haj?




  1. How was Baghdad the heart of this new empire?




  1. How did the rapid growth of the empire lead to new innovations in science and preservation of Greek and Roman learning?




  1. How Muslims and Christians differ in their view of Aristotle and Plato? How did their preservation of this learning help stimulate the Renaissance years later?




  1. What happened to what would be modern Spain due to Islamic influences?




  1. What was the Great Mosque of Cordoba and the Alhambra?

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