Contrast the umayyad dynasty with the abbasid dynasty?
Abbasid empire spread farther, had more regional diversity,and a larger bureaucracy.
The umayyad were overthrown by the Abbasid
The Abbasid dynasty
It was overthrown by the Abbasid
the downfall of the Umayyad empire is do to the reason of loss of war to the Abbasid dynasty.
Abbasids is the Muslim group overthrew the Umayyad dynasty and set up a new caliphate.
Umayyad dynasty ruled from 661 to 750. The Abbasid dynasty rose to power in 750 through 813. Then the Empire became fragmented, but the Abbasid dynasty survived as a weaker and weaker state until 1258 C.E.
all Umayyad and Abbasid Caliphs were sunni
The Abbassids shifted the capital from Damascus, which had been an Umayyad stronghold, to their newly-built city in central Mesopotamia: BAGHDAD.
Some of the lasting accomplishments of the Umayyad and Abbasid empires were religious freedom, lower taxes, and the geographical growth of the caliphate.
Damascus was the capital of the Umayyad Dynasty.
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originated in damascus, syria and then relocated their capital in Baghdad, Iraq. took their name from Prophet Muhammad (SAW)'s paternal uncle al-Abbas--that way the Muslim followers will follow the Abbasid dynasty. they basically followed prophet Muhammad (SAW)'s word--unlike the Umayyad dynasty.
Damascus became the capital of the Muslim world under the leadership of the Umayyad dynasty. The Umayyad dynasty ruled the Muslim world from 661 through 750.
The Abbasid Dynasty
Since algebra was developed during the Abbasid dynasty by Al-Khawarizmi, the people of the Abbasid dynasty were the first to use algebra.
abbasid were dirty hoes, mali were haters.
The Abbasid Empire and the Umayyad Empire were great periods of history but the Abbasid Empire differed greatly from the Umayyad Empire. The Abbasid Empire was a golden age. They moved their capitol from Mecca to Baghdad. The rulers had absolute power over their subjects. Many of their chief administrative officials were Persians and were called Wazirs. During this time there was an increase in Afro-Eurasian trade. Wealthy landed elite that emerged under Abbasids were… Read More
The high ranking officials holding the power during the Abbasid Dynasty were Saladin, and al-Adil.
The Umayyad dynasty was a great Muslin dynasty that ruled the empire of the Caliphate.
The Abbasids fell to an ambush of the mongols; while Umayyads fell to economics.
The Abbasids are the Abbasid people in the Abbasid dynasty. Abbasid refers to Abbas Ibn Abd Al Muttaleb the uncle of the prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him)
Umayyad was the first dynasty of the Muslim caliphate.
An Abbasid is a member of the dynasty of caliphs which ruled from Baghdad from around 750 to 1250, claiming ancestry of Abbas.
to kill the muslims groups part of muhammads team XD
when the invading Mongol armies captured the Abbasid capital of Baghdad.
Abbas ibn Abd al-Muttalib established the Abbassid Dynasty.
A comparison between the Abbasids and Umayyad Dynasty is that they shared the same belief in Islam, they both had the need to convert, and the area of land they had. -HOPE THAT HELPED
Abd al-Rahman I founded the Umayyad Dynasty in Cordoba after he fled the coup d'etat by the Abbassids against the Umayyad Caliphate based in Damascus. Abd al-Rahman was the only Umayyad survivor, but was able to flee beyond the control of the Abbassids by taking over the Spanish territories of the Caliphate.
The year 656
they spread Islam very far, but that was about it.
The Abbasid dynasty
Which shi'ite dynasty conquered the abbasid province of Egypt and founded the city of cairo as their capital?
The Umayyad Dynasty was founded when the Arab capital was moved.
The answer you are looking for the UMAYYAD DYNASTY, but the question is operating backwards. The Umayyad dynasty was founded and the capital subsequently moved to Damascus, not the other way around.
Around 750s if that helps :)
The Seljuk Turks
Abu al-'Abbas as-Saffah.
Expansion of the territories which could not be governed properly, cruelty of some of the Rulers, mutual killing for occupation of the rule, rising of the Abbasids against them are the factors which contributed to the fall of Umayyad dynasty.
The Abbassids allowed the Mawali (Non-Arab Muslims) to actively participate in governance and exempted them from taxation (like other Muslims). These changes from Umayyad policy paved the way for equality between Arab Muslims and Mawali.
The Abbasid dynasty at Baghdad and the Umayyid dynasty at Cordova (Spain), founded by Abdul Rahman-I.
They ruled from 661-750 C.E.
"The grass was greener, the light was brighter."
Opposition to it turned into a rebellion.
The Mongols and Seljuk Turks
obviously Byzantium. :P
when HAZRAT ALI died (the forth caliph of islam ) then the ummayad dynasty come in power in 661 .