THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE. Origins of the Ottoman Empire. After Muhammad’s death in 632 A.D., Muslim faith & power spread throughout Middle East. Islam Map. By 1215, foreign invaders ( Mongols from eastern Asia) took over the lands of the Muslim empire
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After Muhammad’s death in 632 A.D., Muslim faith & power spread throughout Middle East
Located on major trade routes between Europe & Asia
Some goods traded were:
The student will analyze continuity and change in Southwest Asia (the Middle East) leading to the 21st century.
After the breakup of the Ottoman Empire,
Europe partitioned (divided) lands in the Middle East.
1.How did this European partitioning lead to regional conflict?
2. Land and religion are reasons for continuing conflicts in the Middle East. Describe how and why this is true.
1. trade competition from Americas
2. cheap products from India & Far
3. development of other trade routes
4. rising unemployment & near
The Ottoman Empire
officially ended on
Nov. 1, 1922.
Turkey was declared a republic.