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The Abbassid Caliphate ruled from Baghdad and was considered the Islamic Golden Age, from 750 to 1258, fostering great cultural and scientific growth.

The Abbassid Caliphate ruled from Baghdad and was considered the Islamic Golden Age, from 750 to 1258, fostering great cultural and scientific growth.

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The Abbasid armies consisted of Iraqi and other Arabs garrisoned in the Eastern provinces, as well as Persian warriors and other non-Arab Muslims, who opposed Umayyad rule, and sought a more egalitarian society. Most prominent among these warriors were the "Abna" or "Sons", they were described as looking like Eastern Christian monks, due to their long beard and hair as well as their use of brown woolen cloaks.

(2) Yiğit KURŞUN auf Twitter: "Halife Mansûr'un Bağdat'ı... Bugün Irak'ın başkenti olan Bağdat, 762-766 arasında, Abbâsî halifelerinden Ebû Ca'fer Mansûr tarafından daire planlı bir şehir olarak kuruldu. Görkemi ve refahından ötürü, şehrin ilk adı "Dârusselam"dı, yani "selamet yurdu". #bağdat #abbasi #ırak https://t.co/qB7PYifd8X" / Twitter

“Halife Mansûr'un Bağdat'ı... Bugün Irak'ın başkenti olan Bağdat, 762-766 arasında, Abbâsî halifelerinden Ebû Ca'fer Mansûr tarafından daire planlı bir şehir olarak kuruldu. Görkemi ve refahından ötürü, şehrin ilk adı "Dârusselam"dı, yani "selamet yurdu". #bağdat #abbasi #ırak”

size: 18x12in Giclee Print: Iran, Samarra, Great Mosque of Samarra, Commissioned by Abbasid Caliph Al-Mutawakkil :

size: 18x12in Giclee Print: Iran, Samarra, Great Mosque of Samarra, Commissioned by Abbasid Caliph Al-Mutawakkil :

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