HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia

HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia. Some of the settled communities developed into distinctive civilizations, and are limited to archaeological evidence, accounts written outside of Arabia and Arab oral traditions later recorded by Islamic scholars. Among the most prominent civilizations were the Thamud which arose around 3000 BCE and lasted to about 300 CE and Dilmun which arose around the end of the fourth millennium and lasted to about 600 CE. 

HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia

HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia

HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia

HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia

Additionally, from the beginning of the first millennium BCE, Southern Arabia was the home to a number of kingdoms such as the Sabaeans and Eastern Arabia was inhabited by Semitic speakers who presumably migrated from the southwest, such as the so-called Samad population. A few nodal points were controlled by Iranian Parthian and Sassanian colonists. Pre-Islamic religion in Arabia consisted of indigenous polytheistic beliefs, Ancient Arabian Christianity, Nestorian Christianity, Judaism, and Zoroastrianism. It is called the period of Jahiliyyah that is the age of ignorance.

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HSC Islamic History and Culture 1st Paper 1st Chapter Note Pre-Islamic Arabia

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