The Muslim World circa 403-1100
This map illustrates the expansion of the Muslim world as a result of conquest or political allegiance, and as is reflected in the powerful and long-lasting influence exerted by Muslim traders in regions such as East Africa.
- Limit of Muslim Rule
- Approximate frontiers
- Trade routes
- Route of the first Crusade
- Great Wall
An Historical Atlas of Islam – Atlas Historique de l’Islam, Second Edition. Edited by Hugh Kennedy, Tuta sub Aegide Pallas 1683,
Brill, Leiden-Boston-Koeln, 2002, page 10.
Cartography by Marc Bel, Peter van der Donck.
© 2002 Koninklijke Brill NV, The Netherlands. All rights reserved.
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