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Baghdad was a veritable City of Palaces, not made of stucco and mortar, but of marble. The buildings were usually of several stories. The palaces and mansions were lavishly gilded and decorated, and hung with beautiful tapestry and hangings of brocade or silk. The rooms were lightly and tastefully furnished with luxurious divans, costly tables, unique Chinese vases and gold and silver ornaments.” —Medieval Sourcebook. Paul Halsall, Fordham University, 1998. The depiction of the city of Baghdad by the author highlights the extravagant spending habits of the Ummayad Caliphate. arc

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  1. cheezeburger
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    help me please this one is stumping me

  2. LazyBoy
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    I don't understand what the question is

  3. cheezeburger
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    its saying The depiction of the city of Baghdad by the author highlights the what so what is it highlighting

  4. cheezeburger
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    i dont get it either

  5. LazyBoy
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    I'm sry I don't get that. :/

  6. cheezeburger
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    extravagant spending habits of the Ummayad Caliphate. architectural majesty built under the Abbasid Caliphate. trade accomplishments achieved by the Ummayad Caliphate. evidence of slave labor used by the Abbasid Caliphate.

  7. cheezeburger
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    the chocies right there

  8. LazyBoy
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    sry can't help with that..

  9. cheezeburger
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    thanks any ways :)

  10. LazyBoy
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    np :)

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