During the Abbasids' rule, a banking system was required. This banking system was the answer to ending the confusion to their currency system. Their banking system was the first to use checks and also had central banks with branched offices! VLaCivita

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus.

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus.  -K. Hefele

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus.

While the Abbasids ruled, a system of banking developed. This created more understanding of all the ways people paid for their goods. They had central banks which then created branches with a system of checks and letters of credit. This helped support the trade  which stretched internationally. bryan

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus.

These are an example of the Abbasids money. Their coins differed from others. They had both gold and silver coins, while most people had bronze.  --aberling

These are an example of the Abbasids money. Their coins differed from others. They had both gold and silver coins, while most people had bronze.

This is a picture of ancient Islamic coins. Thousands of coins have been found by archaeologists in modern-day Europe. This proves that trade was important in spreading Muslim culture.  -Klawrence

Spread of Islam- This is a picture of ancient Islamic coins. Thousands of coins have been found by archaeologists in modern-day Europe. This proves that trade was important in spreading Muslim culture.

During the Golden Age of the Muslim world a new banking system was established during the leadership of the Abbasids of Baghdad. This new system provided the same currency in the empire and beyond which helped contribute to more cultural diffusion because of this international trading.It established central banks as well as a system of checks which we still use today to make it easier to pay for goods in the past and present. -Rtrevillian

During the Golden Age of the Muslim world a new banking system was established during the leadership of the Abbasids of Baghdad. This new system provided the same currency in the empire and beyond which helped contribute to more cultural diffusion because of this international trading.It established central banks as well as a system of checks which we still use today to make it easier to pay for goods in the past and present. -Rtrevillian

A complex banking system was developed during the rule of Abbasids of Baghdad during the medieval Islamic period.  The banking system helped to organize the many different currencies within the area.  It also increased international trade by the creation of a system of checks and letters of credit.  ~ Lexi Weber

The gold dinar is a coin that was derived from the Roman currency.

Under the rule of the Abbasids of Baghdad a banking system was formed. This banking system helped clarify the use of currencies in the empire. Central banks were formed leading to a system of checks and letters of credit. Since international trade began to expand, the banking system facilitated international trade throughout the empire.  EJenkins

The Muslims developed a standard banking system in order to reduce the confusion due to the use of multiple differing currencies. They had central banks with multiple branches, checks, and credit.

One main contribution that we recognize are numbers. The numbers we use today are based on Arabic numbers, instead of Roman numbers which used to be the mainly used. - T.Pillsbury

One main contribution that we recognize are numbers. The numbers we use today are based on Arabic numbers, instead of Roman numbers which used to be the mainly used.

As everything in the Muslim world expanded ,the art did too. With the help of Geometry , geometric and floral designs were possible making arabesque, spiral designs of flowers and leaves, patterns become very popular in mosques and on everyday items.These patterns were generally used more in Mosques than pictures of humans because they thought the Muslims would be more focused on them instead of praying.

As everything in the Muslim world expanded ,the art did too. With the help of Geometry , geometric and floral designs were possible making arabesque, spiral designs of flowers and leaves, patterns become very popular in mosques and on everyday items.These patterns were generally used more in Mosques than pictures of humans because they thought the Muslims would be more focused on them instead of praying.

The Muslims developed a standard banking system in order to reduce the confusion due to the use of multiple differing currencies. They had central banks with multiple branches, checks, and credit.  ~Channing Brooks

The Muslims developed a standard banking system in order to reduce the confusion due to the use of multiple differing currencies. They had central banks with multiple branches, checks, and credit.

Islamic coins were first made when Umayyad Khalifah was in rule. These coins were made in many country's and during many different reigns.They provide many facts about Islamic history. RCury

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The check we use today comes from the Arabic saqq. The Arabic saqq was similar to how checks work today, it was a written vow to pay. However, the saqq was used to avoid the dangerous task of carrying money while traveling through a dangerous area. amonnett

The check we use today comes from the Arabic saqq. The Arabic saqq was similar to how checks work today, it was a written vow to pay. However, the saqq was used to avoid the dangerous task of carrying money while traveling through a dangerous area. amonnett

This new banking system allowed for there to be a common currency throughout the empire. The new banking system allowed for credit and checks to be in use, something that we use today in our banking systems.  -kbond

The Muslims developed a standard banking system in order to reduce the confusion due to the use of multiple differing currencies. They had central banks with multiple branches, checks, and credit.

Islam is an entire way of life, and Allah's Guidance extends into all areas of our lives. Islam has given detailed regulations for our economic life, which is balanced and fair. Muslims are to recognize that wealth, earnings, and material goods are the property of God, and that we are merely His trustees. The principles of Islam aim at establishing a just society wherein everyone will behave responsibly and honestly.                 ~AJordan

Islam is an entire way of life, and Allah's Guidance extends into all areas of our lives. Islam has given detailed regulations for our economic life, which is balanced and fair. Muslims are to recognize that wealth, earnings, and material goods are the property of God, and that we are merely His trustees. The principles of Islam aim at establishing a just society wherein everyone will behave responsibly and honestly. ~AJordan

The Islamic people created a new form of currency.  They also made checks that we based our checks off of.  SKoebel

The Islamic Civilization created their first coins in 696 AD during the Umayyad Caliphate. They were minted in both gold and silver. These coins were mined from a location close to Mecca, and the words on them were probably added in Damascus.

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