JeopardyCelebritiesIslamic ContributionsIslamIslamicEmpiresPhysiographics1 bead2 beads3 beads4 beads5 beads1 bead1 bead1 bead1 bead2 beads2 beads2 beads2 beads3 beads3 beads3 beads3 beads4 beads4 beads4 beads4 beads5 beads5 beads5 beads5 beadsFinal Jeopardy
1 bead Question from C1Fearing for his life, he fled from Mecca to Medina.
1 bead Answer from C1Muhammad
2 bead Question from C1This Ottoman Empire reached its height under this Sultan.
2 bead Answer from C1Suleyman I
3 bead Question from C1This man of Persia wrote a book of poems know as the Rubaiyat.
3 bead Answer from C1Omar Khayyam
4 bead Question from C1This man made Shiism the official religion of the Safavid Empire.
4 bead Answer from C1Esmail
5 bead Question from C1This man discovered how to diagnose and treat smallpox.
5 bead Answer from C1Ar-Razi
1 bead Question from C2The Muslim world gave us this type of Mathematics.
1 bead Answer from C2Algebra
2 bead Question from C2A scholarly and beautiful city in what is now Spain.
2 bead Answer from C2Cordoba
3 bead Question from C2A device Muslim astronomers adapted from the Greeks, which helped astronomers make new discoveries.
3 bead Answer from C2Astrolabe
4 bead Question from C2An educational institution in Baghdad that was founded by the Abbasids.
4 bead Answer from C2House of Wisdom
5 bead Question from C2Because it was believed that human images would distract worshipers from praying to Allah, Muslim artists used this type of art.
5 bead Answer from C2Geometric and Floral Design.
1 bead Question from C3The second pillar of Islam requires Muslims to pray______ times a day.
1 bead Answer from C3five
2 bead Question from C3Islamic laws
2 bead Answer from C3Shariah
3 bead Question from C3Abu Bakr was the first Islamic leader, or _______.
3 bead Answer from C3Caliph
4 bead question from C3This text refers to the way Muhammad lived.
4 bead Answer from C3The Sunnah
5 bead Question from C3Giving a yearly donation to charity is which pillar of Islam.
5 bead Answer from C3Third
1 bead Question from C4Shah Jahan, of the Mughal Empire, built this famous structure.
1 bead Answer from C4The Taj Mahal
2 bead Question from C4This empire, under Mehmed II, conquered the Byzantine Empire.
2 bead Answer from C4The Ottoman Empire
3 bead Question from C4The Ottoman Empire did what to women.
3 bead Answer from C4Limited their freedom
4 bead Question from C4This Muslim empire was located in India.
4 bead Answer from C4The Muhgal Empire
$500 Question from C4The Ottoman Empire captured Christian boys and made them soldiers, or
5 bead Answer from C4Janissaries
1 bead Question from C5A large majority of the Arabian peninsula is
1 bead Answer from C5desert
2 bead Question from C5This feature of the Arabian peninsula made it an important center for trade.
2 bead Answer from C5Its crossroad location
3 bead Question from C5The biggest benefit of belonging to a nomadic tribe.
3 bead Answer from C5Protection
4 bead Question from C5Towns sprung up around these physical features.
4 bead Answer from C5Oases
5 bead Question from C5People who settled in towns lived this type of lifestyle.
5 bead Answer from C5Sedentary
Final Jeopardy CategoryIslamPlease Record Your WagerSelect a question to continue
Final Jeopardy AMuslims referred to Jews and Christians as ___________ because their holy books taught many of the same ideas.
Final Jeopardy Answer A
people of the book
Final Jeopardy BThis group of Muslims believe that Muhammads successor should be a descendant of Ali.
Final Jeopardy Answer B
Final Jeopardy CIslam spread through conquest and________.
Final Jeopardy Answer C