Timeline of 7th-century Muslim history

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Seventh century (601 - 700)[edit]

This century corresponds to approximately 23 BH - 81 AH.

View of the Mosque of Uqba founded in 670 by Uqba bin Nafe, Kairouan, Tunisia.

See also[edit]

Timeline of Muslim history

References[edit]

  1. ^ Life of Muhammad: 560-661 Muhammad helps rebuild ...
  2. ^ Life of Muhammad: 560-661 Muhammad is called to prophethood. He receives his first ...
  3. ^ Life of Muhammad: 560-661 Battle of Badr, Muslims defeat the Meccans. The direction of prayer ...
  4. ^ A. I. Akram, The Muslim conquest of Egypt and North Africa. Ferozsons, 1977. Page 201
  5. ^ The Succession to Muhammad: A Study of the Early Caliphate By Wilferd Madelung. Page 340.
  6. ^ Encyclopaedic ethnography of Middle-East and Central Asia: A-I, Volume 1 edited by R. Khanam. Page 543
  7. ^ Clifford Edmund Bosworth (2007), Historic Cities of the Islamic World, BRILL, p. 260