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25 January, 10:46

Which of the following was a reason why the byzantines and sasanians more or less left arabia alone?

A. they were more worried about each other than arabian desert traders.

B. they were intimidated by arabias military might.

C. they believed that it would be sinful to exercise any authority over arabia.

D. they had a difficult time even getting to Arabia.

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  1. 25 January, 11:28
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    The correct answer is A) they were more worried about each other than Arabian desert traders.

    The reason why the Byzantines and Sasanians more o less left Arabian alone was because they were more worried about each other than Arabian desert traders.

    The first Arab tribes appeared around 200 CE in the Syrian Desert. They went to the Arabian peninsula around 630 CE. In that time, the Sabaean kingdom controlled the coast of Eastern Arabia. Between 7 and 11 AD, the Byzantine empire wage war with Arab muslims that started to conquer territories that belonged to the Byzantine empire such as Egypt and Syria. Indeed, the Arabs besiege Constantinople two times. Constantinople was the capital city of the Byzantine Empire. But at the end, the Byzantine army defeated the Arabs.
  2. 25 January, 12:18
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    A, they were more worried about each other than Arabian desert traders
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