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Question 1:
What is the currency of Abbasid Caliphate?
Italian Lira
Turkish lira5
Abbasid Dinar
South African rand

Question 2: Muhammad ibn 'Ali, a great-grandson of Abbas, began to campaign for the return of power to the family of Muhammad, the Hashimites, in Persia during the reign of ________, Muhammad ibn Ali.
Muslim historyUmar ibn AbdulAzizIslamMosque

Question 3: The Al-Musta'sim family was also executed, with the lone exceptions of his youngest son who was sent to ________, and a daughter who became a slave in the harem of Hulagu.

Question 4:
What is the native name for Abbasid Caliphate
Al-Khilu0101fah al-u2018Abbu0101su012Byyah al-Islu0101mu012Byyah

Question 5: The dynasty finally ended with Al-Mutawakkil III, who was taken away as a prisoner, by Selim I, to ________ where he had a ceremonial role until his death in 1543.
Byzantine navyConstantinopleByzantine EmpireHagia Sophia

Question 6: Abu al-'Abbas' successor, Al-Mansur, moved their capital from Damascus to the new city of ________ and welcomed non-Arab Muslims to their court.

Question 7: The succeeding sultans ________ and Malikshah, as well as their vizier Nizam al-Mulk took up residence in Persia, but held great power over the Abbasids in Baghdad.
Alp ArslanTurkeySeljuq dynastyGreat Seljuq Empire

Question 8: Their rule was briefly ended for three years in 1258, when ________, the Mongol conqueror, sacked Baghdad, resuming in Egypt in 1261.
Hulagu KhanKublai KhanFranco-Mongol allianceMongol Empire

Question 9: The corrections made to the geocentric model by al-Battani, ________, Nasir al-Din al-Tusi, Mo'ayyeduddin Urdi and Ibn al-Shatir were later incorporated into the Copernican heliocentric model.
Relationship between religion and scienceRené DescartesAverroesImmanuel Kant

Question 10: [18] Various characters from this epic have themselves become cultural icons in Western culture, such as ________, Sinbad and Ali Baba.
AladdinIslamic Golden AgeArab peopleOne Thousand and One Nights


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