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Timeline of Islamic history

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Timeline of Islamic history


This timeline of Islamic history relates the Gregorian and Islamic calendars in the history of Islam.

Gregorian Calendar

City-state and Imperial period
Muslim universal period and decentralization
Muslim fragmentation period
Muslim national period

Islamic calendar

Islamic dates to Gregorian[1]
  • 1st century AH (622 AD – 719 AD
  • 2nd century AH (719 AD - 816 AD)
  • 3rd century AH (816 AD - 913 AD)
  • 4th century AH (913 AD - 1009 AD)
  • 5th century AH (1009 AD - 1106 AD])
  • 6th century AH (1106 AD - 1203 AD)
  • 7th century AH (1203 AD - 1299 AD)
  • 8th century AH (1299 AD - 1397 AD)
  • 9th century AH (1397 AD - AD)
  • 10th century AH ( AD - AD)
  • 11th century AH ( AD - AD)
  • 12th century AH ( AD - AD)
  • 13th century AH ( AD - 1883 AD)
  • 14th century AH (1883 AD - 1980 AD)
  • 15th century AH (1980 AD - )

See also

References

  1. ^ Calendar Converter: "Islamic" TO "Gregorian"

External articles

  • Graphical Timeline of Islamic Rulers/Caliphate
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