• Islamic Empires
    the Sultans descendants whom continued the legacy of territorial expansion through conquest. The areas in which the ottomans were most successful in comparison with the other early modern Islamic empires, the Safavids and Mughals were their ideas of religious freedom, the effective use of trade and...
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  • Justin
    the “army of the pure” did to signal their faith. 502-3 30. Why did the Mughal, Safavid, and Ottoman Empires decline simultaneously? P.503 31. Why did Islam spread extensively into East Africa and Southeast Asia? P.504 32. What were some valuable East African exports? P.504-6 33. What...
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  • Ottomans Versus the Safavids
    Many empires of Middle East civilizations have had strong political and social structures. Two of these empires are the Ottomans and the Safavids. The rise of the Ottomans correlates with the decline of the Roman Empire, which generated the shift in power from a singular Christian European society...
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  • Assiment
    British for treason, imprisoned, exiled toRangoon and the last remnants of the empire were taken over by the British Raj. Contents  [hide]  * 1 Early history * 2 Mughal dynasty * 2.1 Decline * 2.1.1 Historiography * 3 List of Mughal emperors * 4 Influence on the Indian...
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  • Timeline
    Empire. After his death in 395 AD the two parts of the Roman Empire were split permanently. The Western Empire and the period of the Decline or Fall of the Roman Empire and the onset of the Dark Ages. During this period the city of Rome was sacked by the Visigoths in 410 and by the Vandals in 455...
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  • beneath your beautiful
    independence movements iii. Britain and France provide military and financial support to prop up Ottoman Empire 1. Fear their fall could lead to a Russian takeover of region 2. Crimean War – 1853 3. Britain gradually gains control of region iv. Internal factors 1...
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  • Gunpowder Empires Dbq
    The Ottomans,Safavids,and Mughals were powerful Muslim empires that were successful due to their access to gunpowder,and good leadership early on in the start of the empires.The 3 gunpowder empires had difficulty sustaining power due to mistreatment of peasantry,and poor leadership, which led to...
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  • Ap World History Outline
    nomadic peoples, their leaders were, in general, better at warfare than administration. With the exception of the later Ottoman empire, most of these states were relatively short-lived, brought down by both internal and external pressures. I. Turkish migrations and imperial expansion A...
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  • History Imperialism
    agreement: oppress the Slavs (Czechs, Slovaks, Poles, Ruthenians, Croats, Serbs) RUSSIA (best army in europe) defeat of liberalism survival of absolutism into the 20th century expansion into Asia threat from below: populism and socialism VII. Destabilizing factors OTTOMAN EMPIRE its decline led...
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  • history of the middle east
    into internal consumption and industry, were increasingly exchanged for European manufactured products. This trade benefited Ottoman merchants but led to a decline in state revenues and a shortage of raw materials for domestic consumption. As the costs of scarce materials rose, the empire suffered...
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  • History of Pakistan 1912 to Date
    ultimate downfall to a combination of factors; firstly Aurangzeb's religious policy is regarded as a cause for the decline of the Mughal Empire as it led to disunity among the people. Although the policy did lead to weakening of the empire but the major cause of decline was the lack of worthy and...
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  • Paragraph on a Memorable Journey in the Train
    approaches to the decline, with little consensus on which factor was dominant. The psychological interpretations emphasize depravity in high places, excessive luxury, and increasingly narrow views that left the rulers unprepared for an external challenge. A Marxist school (led by Irfan Habib and based...
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  • Ottoman Empire
    instead of by land began the age of exploration amongst the Europeans, which eventually led to the finding of the Americas and other previously unknown areas of the world. Despite both being Muslim, the Ottoman and Safavid Empires opposed each other in many ways. The main conflict between these two...
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  • wow world history
    of western European merchants in the area d. the revival of trade across Eurasia e. steppe nomads founded all five states 2. The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires shared all of these characteristics EXCEPT: a. They originated in Turkish nomadic cultures of the steppe. b. They were Muslim...
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  • Rise of Islam
    children then died. The TajMahal is stands as perhaps the greatest monument of the Mughal Empire. Decline- In the late 1600’s the emperor Aurangzeb resumed persecution on the Hindus. Economic hardships increased under heavy taxes and discontent revolts against Mughal rule. The Ottoman and...
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  • Study
    of a revamped Russian Empire after 1480. Empires such as Mughal in India, Safavid in Persia and the 17th century Qing Dynasty in China also utilized gunpowder in their armies as well as in Japan and Africa also. Two of the most influential augmentations of the time include what is known as the...
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  • world civ chp 20
    Lasting more than six centuries, this Empire was one of the longest, best organized, and most enduring political entities in world history. A. Safavid B. Ottoman C. Mughal D. Ummayad Correct Answer: B. Response Feedback: The Ottoman Empire lasted from 1299-1922. It was carved up...
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  • Ap World History Ch 20
    the similarities and differences of the three Muslim Empires (Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals)? 2. What were the causes of the Ottoman decline in the 17th Century? 3. What weaknesses were common to all of the Muslim Empires?...
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  • Nature of Medieval Indian State
    that followed the establishment of Turkish rule in northern India. Under the Khaljis external policy of conquest and internal methods of absolute control were followed through military expeditions and regulations. The Khaljis used their Afghan descent to win the loyalties of the discontented nobles...
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  • Mr Suskunlar
    and economic power. Suleiman personally led Ottoman armies to conquer the Christian strongholds of Belgrade, Rhodes, and most of Hungary before his conquests were checked at the Siege of Vienna in 1529. He annexed most of the Middle East in his conflict with the Safavids and large swathes of North...
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