I THE EARLY MUSLIM EARTH AND SKY The World According to al-Idrisi 549/1154 The World According to al-Sharfi 986/1579 Arabic Constellations Star Names used by the Arabs in the Indian Ocean II THE EXTENSION OF THE MUSLIM WORLD Linguistic Regions of the Islamic World circa 900/1500 Environments and Mineral Resources of the Islamic World circa 390/1000 The World on the Eve of the Muslim Conquests circa 600 A.D. Early Muslim Conquests The Umayyad Caliphate circa 132/750 The Muslim World circa 287/900 The Muslim World circa 403/1100 The Muslim World circa 700/1300 The Muslim World circa 905/1500 The Muslim World circa 1111/1700 The Muslim World circa 1317/1900 III THE ARABIAN PENINSULA Arabia According to Ptolemy (circa 150 A.D.) Arabia in Classical Times Pre-Islamic Yaman and the Hadramawt Arabia in the Time of the Hijra (622 A.D.) The Holy City of Makka The Holy City of al-Madina Yaman and the Hadramawt in Islamic Times The Arabian Peninsula in Islamic Times San a IV EGYPT AND THE FERTILE CRESCENT The Fertile Crescent under the Umayyad and cAbbasid Caliphs The Fertile Crescent in the Age of the Crusades circa 534/1140 The Fertile Crescent in the 11th/17th and 12th/18th Centuries Dimashq (Damascus) in the Ayyubid and Mamluk Period Al-Quds (Jerusalem) Halab (Aleppo) circa 905/1500 Al-Mawsil (Mosul) Baghdad under the Early cAbbasids Baghdad in the Buyid, Saljuq and Mongol Periods Mediaeval Islamic Egypt Al-Fustat and al-Qahira Cairo/al-Qahira in the Mamluk Period V IRAN AND TRANSOXANIA Iran under the Umayyads and cAbbasids Iran in the 4th-5th/10th-11th Centuries Iran under the Mongols 7th-8th/13th-14th Centuries Iran under the Safavid and Qajar Dynasties (10th-13th/16th-19th Centuries) Isfahan Samarqand Transoxania in the 4th-5th/10th-11th Centuries Transoxania under the Khwarazm Shahs and Ghurids Transoxania under the Timurids and Ozbeks circa 905/1500 Transoxania in the 13th/19th Century Marv Harat VI THE CAUCASUS Caucasus (al-Qabq) in the Early Middle Ages Caucasus in the 12th-13th/18th-19th Centuries VII ANATOLIA AND THE BALKANS Byzantine Anatolia/Rum in 2nd-5th/8th-11th Centuries Anatolia/Rum 473-600/1081-1204 Anatolia/Rum in the 7th/13th Century: Saljuq Roads and Crusade Routes Anatolia/Rum circa 700
/1300: Ottoman Expansion to 763/1362 Ottoman Expansion 1362-1402 A.D. The First Conquest of Rumelia and Anatolia Anadolu and Rumeli in the Later 11th/17th Century Anadolu and Rumeli in the Later 13th/19th Century Ottoman Naval Power in the 10th/16th Century Istanbul VIII AL-ANDALUS (SPAIN AND PORTUGAL) AND AL-MAGHRIB Al-Andalus and al-Maghrib: The Muslim Conquest The Western Mediterranean in the 3th/9th Century Al-Andalus under the Umayyads circa 338/950 Al-Andalus, the Christian Reconquest circa 426-897/1035-1492 Qurtuba (Cordoba) Gharnata (Granada) The Maghrib in the Age of Almoravids & Almohads 5th-7th/11th-13th Centuries Siqilliyya (Sicily) under Muslim Rule North Africa and the Sudan circa 1008/1600 Fas (Fes) Marrakush (Marrakesh) IX INDIA AND THE INDIAN OCEAN The Indian Ocean circa 390/1000 The Turks and Portuguese in the Indian Ocean 10th/16th Centuries The Greater Dihli Sultanate (Khalji and Early Tughluq) 689-736/1290-1335 Early Muslim Penetration of India 2nd-7th/8th-13th Centuries India circa 1101
/1690: Maximum Extent of the Mughul Empire under Awrangzib The First Mughul Conquest early 10th/16th Century India circa 1183
/1770: Maratha Expansion and Beginning of British Administration Dihli (Dehli) X THE FAR EAST Indonesia/Java: The First Muslim Empires Indonesia/Java: 906-1163/1500-1750 Indonesia/Java: European Colonisation Islam in China Index of Place-Names and Ethnic Names.
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"An Historical Atlas of Islam" by William C. Brice was originally published by Brill in 1981. This is a new edition, completely revised and substantially augmented by Professor Hugh Kennedy. From linguistic regions of the Islamic world to Iran under the Caliphate and the Greater Delhi Sultanate, a broad variety of topics is covered. New maps include: Yemen and the Hadramaut, Central Arabia and the Wahhabi expansion, Iran in the era of the Il-Khans and Timurids, environmental regions of the Muslim world, the fertile crescent in early Ottoman times, the Caucasus in early Islamic times, the Maghrib in the age of Almoravids and Almohads and many other regional groups. A wide variety of new city maps has been added including Sanaa, Damascus, Aleppo, Mosul, Baghdad, Cairo, Isfahan, Shiraz, Bukhara, Samarkand, Cordoba, Granada and Delhi. The CD-ROM contains all the maps of the printed version, and a user-friendly search function, using an alphabetical index of places and regions aids quick and efficient searching. A two-level zooming function is an additional feature of the CD-ROM. (source: Nielsen Book Data)