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Baghdad During the Middle Ages

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Ryan Kaelblein

on 26 October 2012

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Transcript of Baghdad During the Middle Ages

By: Ryan Kaelblein At first the Abbasid empire took over the
Umyyad empire at the deadly dinner and
later they made Baghdad the capital.
Baghdad was the first rounded city and
it was great for protection. Baghdad's first two centuries were a
political strife or a repressed time period.
Baghdad was a city with many advancements such as with flight,
common coinage, calendar, and
number systems. During the Abbasid's rule the
Mongols told the Abbasids that if they didn't let them take the food, water, and all resources they needed or they would destroy them and baghdad.
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