The Rise and Fall of a Great and Ancient Civilization
The rise of civilization in 3200 B.C.
The Arabic language wasthen, as it is now, easily capable of creating new words and terminology in order to adaptto the demands of new scientific and artistic discoveries.
As the Empire spread, the Arabic languageand, indeed,culturewas enriched by contacts with other civilizations: Greeks, Persians, Copts,Romans, Indians and Chinese.
The advent of civilization provided a framework for
In sum, the Arabs today are still drawing cultural sustenance from their great past, whilefueling their advance into the future.
This present collection is intended to offer the reader a glimpse ofsome of the major contributions made by the Arabs to world civilization.
The Decline and fall of classical civilizations
Early on we see the emergence of civilization in China, where relatively isolated within geographical barriers, China’s early civilization developed with little contact with other cultures.
, there was not a permanent disruption of Chinese civilization
The popularity of the was only eclipsedby the rise of modern Arabic.
For many people, Abu al-Tayyib Ahmad al-Mutanabbi, may have been thegreatest of all Arab poets.
Ancient Mesopotamia: The Rise of Civilization - …
Evolving from hunters and gatherers into agriculturalists throughout history, Egypt has claimed to be one of the earliest and most spectacular civilizations of ancient times....
Ancient Mesopotamia: The Rise of Civilization
Altogether we find more than sixty references toBarbary (Morocco) in Shakespeare's plays.
Shakespeare was by no means alone in falling under the spell of Moorishsubjects.