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CHAPTER 27. ISLAMIC EMPIRES. ISLAM. 16 th & 17 th century Prosperous N. Africa to E. India S. Europe C. Asia. ISLAMIC EMPIRES. Small states War/conquest ++. OTTOMANS . Followers= ghazi R eligious warriors Servant, sword. Military Horsemen Janissaries Conscripted youth.

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chapter 27

CHAPTER 27

ISLAMIC EMPIRES

islam
ISLAM
  • 16th & 17th century
    • Prosperous
    • N. Africa to E. India
    • S. Europe
  • C. Asia
islamic empires
ISLAMIC EMPIRES
  • Small states
  • War/conquest ++
ottomans
OTTOMANS
  • Followers=ghazi
    • Religious warriors
    • Servant, sword
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Military
    • Horsemen
    • Janissaries
      • Conscripted youth
ottomans1
OTTOMANS
  • Suleyman the Magnificent (1520-1566)
    • Expanded
    • Major power
ottomans2
OTTOMANS
  • Sultans (rulers)
    • Absolute
  • Bureaucracy
    • Vizier
decline
Decline
  • Late 1600s
tobacco and coffee
TOBACCO AND COFFEE
  • Drinking coffee, pipe smoking
  • Social
safavids
SAFAVIDS
  • Shi’a, sect of Islam
  • Shah Abbas the Great
    • Trade

Bazaar

    • Projects
    • Cultural
mughals
MUGHALS
  • 1523, Babur
    • N. India
    • Adventurer
mughals1
MUGHALS
  • Akbar
    • Toleration
    • “divine faith”
      • Focus less on Islam
      • Commonalities
women
Women
  • Assisted men
  • Some: politics
growth
GROWTH
  • Mughal empire
    • 1500: 105 million
    • 1800: 190 million
reform
Reform
  • Women
    • Improved
    • Remarry
    • Child marriages
    • Sati
    • Seclusion not practical
    • Reforms don’t last
decline1
DECLINE
  • Religious tension
    • Conservatives
  • Economic problems
    • Army
  • Military
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