Which empire eventually included arabia mesopotamia persia north africa and parts of spain?

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The answer is C. Islamic Empire

C. Islamic Empire

Explanation:

The early Islam world was the era of rapid growth for both the religion of Islam and the Islamic Empire, In Islam, the Middle East was receiving a time of scientific advancement and economic prosperity.

The religion of Islam was founded by Muhammad Prophet during 610 CE in the divine city of mecca soon the religion spread out in the region and had created a major impact on tradition and culture of the Middle East and North Africa and Middle ages.

The Abbasid caliphate (750-1258), also called abbasid caliphate, was a Caliph dynasty founded in 750 by Abu l-Abbas, descendant of Abbas, uncle of Muhammad, who took power after eliminating the Umayyad dynasty and moved the capital of Damascus to Baghdad, Baghdad became one of the main centers of world civilization during the caliphate of Haroun al-Rashid, character of the Arabian Nights.

The Abbasid caliphate (750-1258), also called abbasid caliphate, was a Caliph dynasty founded in 750 by Abu l-Abbas, descendant of Abbas, uncle of Muhammad, who took power after eliminating the Umayyad dynasty and moved the capital of Damascus to Baghdad, Baghdad became one of the main centers of world civilization during the caliphate of Haroun al-Rashid, character of the Arabian Nights.

Arabic caliphate? (Abbasids?)
Arabic caliphate? (Abbasids?)


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