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Muhammad

  • 576

    Muhammads mothers death

    Muhammads mothers death
    When Muhammad was six his mother wanted to take him to see his fathers grave. After they got to the grave his mother fell ill and passed away. Their slave, Umm-aiman, had arranged her funeral and burial.
  • 585

    The Grand Canal

    The Grand Canal
    Construction begins on the Grand Canal. Linking the Huang He (yellow) and the Chang Jiang (Yangzi) rivers.
  • 594

    Plague

    Plague
    It was one of the greatest plagues in history. The most commonly accepted cause of the pandemic is bubonic plague. After it had killed half the population it ended.
  • 595

    Muhammads marrige

    Muhammads marrige
    Impressed by Muhammad's honesty and character, Khadija eventually proposed marriage.He was twenty-five. She was nearly forty.
  • 597

    Christianity

    Christianity
    Christianity came from two different directions in England. From the north, St. Patrick and Columba, and from the south, Romana and St. Augustine. The north and midlands were led by Celtic Christians from Iona. They did not follow the pope's leadership.
  • Nov 30, 609

    Muhammads family

    Muhammad continued to manage Khadija's business affairs, and their next years were pleasant and prosperous. Six children were born to them, two sons who both died in infancy, and four daughters.
  • Dec 4, 609

    The pantheon

    The pantheon
    It is located in Rome. It renamed the church of Santa Maria Rotonda.
  • Nov 30, 610

    Muhammad receives first revalation

    Muhammad receives first revalation
    Muhammad began making long retreats to a mountain cave outside town. There, he fasted and meditated.Muhammad was visited by an overpowering presence and instructed to recite words of such beauty and force that he and others gradually attributed them to God.
  • Nov 30, 622

    Muhammad to Medina

    Muhammad to Medina
    To escape from persecution from the wealthy and powerful Muhammad and his followers migrated to Medina.
  • Nov 30, 625

    Muhammads Military Period

    Muhammads Military Period
    The Meccans did not take Muhammad's new success lightly. Early skirmishes led to three major battles in the next three years. Of these the Muslims won the first (the Battle of Badr, March, 624), lost the second (the Battle of Uhud, March, 625), and outlasted the third, (The Battle of the Trench and the Siege of Medina, April, 627). In March, 628, a treaty was signed between the two sides, which recognized the Muslims as a new force in Arabia and gave them freedom to move unmolested throughout Ar
  • Dec 4, 627

    Defeat of Persia

    Defeat of Persia
    The Byzantines defeat the Persians at Nineveh at 627 A.D
  • Nov 30, 630

    Muhammad returns to Mecca

    Muhammad returns to Mecca
    Muslims were accused of violating the treaty of Hubaibeyeh. Once they heard about it they accused the Meccans for violating it, so they invaded Mecce and captured it.
  • Nov 30, 632

    Muhammads death

    Muhammads death
    Muhammad fell ill and died. He was buried in Medina. According to Muslim tradition, his gravesite was originally the home of his wife, Aisha.
  • Dec 2, 632

    An-Nawawi's Forty Hadith

    An-Nawawi's Forty Hadith is an Anthology of the Sayings of the prophet muhammad. This collection of forty hadith by one of the most famous compilers of hadith is generally regarded as the most popular anthology and the best introduction to the study of the prophet's sayings which, together with the qur'an, contain the essential teachings of Islam.
  • Dec 2, 632

    The Holy Koran, The Qur'an

    The qur'an is a compilation of the Muslim faith's final revelation from God to mankind through the last Prophet muhammad, peace be upon him. The qur'an has a wealth of information, both worldly wisdom and intellectual concepts providing a code of life for humankind generally and Muslims in particular.
  • Dec 4, 632

    Christianity

    Christianity
    Christianity was brought to east Anglia.