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THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE. Anatolian Turks Aka Ottomans. Warriors for Islam Formed military societies and followed strict Islamic code of conduct Raided territories of infidels (non Muslims). Used gunpowder and cannons to conquer Constantinople (1453)  end of Byzantine Empire

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The ottoman empire

Anatolian Turks

Aka Ottomans

Warriors for Islam

Formed military

societies and followed strict Islamic code of conduct

Raided

territories

of infidels

(non Muslims)


The ottoman empire


The ottoman empire


Ottoman empire at it s peak
Ottoman Empire at it’s Peak

  • Dominated the Eastern Mediterranean

  • Captured territory along N. African coastline

    • Controlled all trade into Africa


The ottoman empire

  •  This forced Western Europeans to look for alternate trade routes to Asia!


Life under the ottomans
Life Under the Ottomans Mediterranean Sea

  • Treated conquered people kindly (Jews and Christians)

  • Efficient government structure and organization

  • Simplified tax system

  • Reduced government bureaucracy

  • Cultural achievements

    • Art and literature


Decline of the ottoman empire
Decline of the Ottoman Empire Mediterranean Sea

  • Government corruption

  • Incapable leaders

  • Lasted until WWI