The Virtual Museum of the Abbasid Caliphate


created in March 2003 by ninth grade students at The Ellis School


This virtual museum of the Abbasid Caliphate represents the era often called "the flowering of Islam." The museum contains many rooms.  Each room has been designed by a different curator, who is responsible for the collection and display of the contents.




Rooms
Curators


Art
Anna S., Diana J., Fonda C., Julia C., and Rachel R.


Literature
Alissa O., Kara R., Katie R., Molly O., and Sarah C.


Poetry
Alex M., Ashley S., Becca H., Diksha M., and Paulette C.


Architecture
Cara M., Celeste M., Kalliopi V., Nafisa M., and Sarah N.


Mathematics
Alyias P., Annie H., Cally M., and Kristina S.


Physics
Ashley M. and Julia H.


Astronomy
Britnai N. and Monifa M.


Chemistry
Ang L., Bailey G., and Sarah A.


Medicine
Carolina V., Clara L., Dee G., Kelsey L., Lesley K., and Margaret T.


Geography
Jane S.



Background image based on a geometric tile pattern from the Alhambra.


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