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									       Past Civilizations
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Muneeb,Zarrar,M.taha,Mariya,Sehrish
 THE EARLIEST HUMANS
   HOMO ERECTUS
   HOMO SAPIENS
        What is CIVILIZATION?

 The word civilization comes from
 the Latin cavils, meaning civil,
 related to the Latin civic, meaning
 citizen, and civets, meaning city or
 city-state
   The religion Islam started
    in the deserts of Arabia
    with the prophet
    Muhammad[P.B.U.H]
The Islamic civilization were called
  The followers
    Muslims.
  The holy book was Quran
    which was revealed on
    prophet Muhammad
    [P.B.U.H]
  After some time the
    Islamic civilization was the
    best, because of the great
    thinkers.
             Science and medicine
 Medicine  was a central part of medieval
  Islamic culture
 . Responding to circumstances of time
  and place

 The eye according to Hunan bin
 Shaq . From a manuscript dated circa
 1200
             The golden age

   The Abbasid historical period is considered
    the Islamic Golden Age

   During this period the Muslim world became
    an intellectual center for science, philosophy,
    medicine and education
   Many notable Islamic scientists lived and
    practiced during the Islamic Golden Age
           architecture

 The    Muslims were also famous for
  their architecture
 The Great Mosque of Kairouan it is
  one of the masterpieces of Islamic
  architecture
 is located in the city of Kairouan, in
  Tunisia.
       Architecture

Sultan Ahmad mosque in
Istunbul
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         DURING THE GOLDEN AGE MUSLIMS DID
         A LOT OF TRADE
                 art

 The  golden age of Islamic art lasted
 from 750 to the 16th century
 tile-top table from the year 1560.
   Science and mathamatics

 Ibn Rushd
 Ibn Sina
 Aristotle
  The end of the golden age

 whenthe Mongols attacked Baghdad
 in 1258
The Story of Ancient Greece
                       Sparta
   Sparta was a Greek city-state.
   Sparta was very powerful and had its own
    army.
   Sparta conquered other city-states to gain
    wealth and power.
   There were three classes of people in
    Sparta.
   Citizens, non-citizens, and slaves.
                Athens

 Athens was another important Greek city-
  state.
 The people of Athens wanted to rule
  themselves and not have a king or queen.
 Athens became the world’s first democracy
  around 508 B.C.
 A democracy is a government in which all
  citizens can vote and have equal say in
  what happens.
                    Pericles

   Pericles was the
    leader of creating
    democracy in Athens.
   He had many
    buildings constructed.
   Pericles had the
    Parthenon and the
    Acropolis built.
        The Greek Alphabet

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        FAMOUS GREEKS

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