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Zoomorphic relating to a deity conceived of in animal form or with animal attributes. VOCABULARY 47 lleessssoo nn p lp an lan 1 Images, Words, and Ancient Knowledge C O N T R I B U T E D B Y Z OY C A LO M I R I S , A RT T E A C H E R , B E T H E S DA E L E M E N TA RY S C H O O L , B E T H E S DA , M A RY L A N D subjects: art, language arts, and social studies grade level: elementary school time needed: three class periods Goal To learn about Islamic manuscript transcription and illustration and to gain insight into the tradition of scientific and historical documentation, after which students will illustrate two pages of a class album Objectives • Students will learn about the transcription of ancient text from around the world that took place within the Islamic acadamies responsible for the transmission of global knowledge during their time.

Imperial wives, daughters, and mothers also sat in on the meetings of the council of minister, served as ambassadors, and negotiated diplomatic treaties. Powerful Muslim women made their appearance at the dawn of the Islamic era. Khadija (died 632), Muhammad’s first wife, was a wealthy woman engaged in trade and an avid supporter of the Prophet’s movement, as was the second wife, Aisha (died 678), who shared his revelations, held council, and even commanded an army, leading soldiers from her camel.

Why were glassmakers isolated on an island, and where did the Murano glass factory begin? • • Where is Chartres and what does it have to do with glass? • What is high-tech glass, and what are some of its uses? What are rose windows and how are they similar to Islamic geometric designs? Why is West Virginia important for traditional glassmaking? Hint: Have you lost your marbles? LESSON PLAN TWO 57 2 For Further Reference Bloom, Jonathan, and Sheila Blair. Islamic Arts. London: Phaidon Press, 1997 MacDonald, Fiona, and Mark Bergin.

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