Objects & Places from The Adventures of Ibn Battuta, a Muslim Traveler of the Fourteenth Century

Ross E. Dunn
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Dar al-Islam

This was a title pertaining to the worldwide group of Muslims.

Tangier

This was where Battuta was born.

Fez

This was where Battuta went at the end of his journey.

Cairo

This place was run by the Mamluks when Battuta visited it.

Mecca

This was where many Muslims make a pilgrimage to at least once in their lives.

Damascus

This was a place that held great importance for Islamic scholars.

Delhi

This was where Battuta built a mosque and spent two years as the chief judge.

The Maldive Islands

This was a place ruled by a female.

Quanzhao

This was the home of the Emporer of China.

Constantinople

Battuta travelled here with a woman going home to give birth.

The Hajj

This was the name for the official group of pilgrims going to Mecca.

Quadi

This is the term for an Islamic judge.

Maliki

This was...

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