Safavid Empire. 1501-1722. Origins . Founded by Safavids, a religious brotherhood Became stronger through the centuries by attracting warlords and through marriages 15 th century – became more aggressive Ottomans outlawed them Declared Independence under Shah Ismail . Shah Ismail.By delano
Wars of Religion 1559-1648. Hapsburg-Valois Wars (c. 1519-1559). Treaty of Cateau-Cambrèsis , 1559 Ended the Habsburg-Valois Wars (last purely dynastic wars of the 16 th century)By arva
Pages 616-623. Chapter 26: Birth of Turkey. Reason for Crisis: Succession of weak rulers Inept Sultans opened way for power struggles Janissary, rival ministers, religious experts, elite factions Provincial officials collude with the ayan (land owning class) to take revenue and taxesBy rendor
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Ottoman Empire. Thursday October 3rd , 2013. Today’s Objective. Students will be able to describe the key characteristics of the Ottoman Empire by Completing guided notes Comparing the achievements of key leaders, and Analyzing primary source documents. The Ottoman Empire.
Ottoman Empire . Wednesday, October 05, 2011. Warm Up . Page 176 Analyze the data chart on Iraq’s Muslims and answer the following question. Why might Shias feel they have more of a right to run Iraq’s government than other groups? 5-6 sentences . Housekeeping . CNN Report
Ottoman Empire. Ottoman Empire – Political/Military. Expansion and Frontiers Ultimately benefited from: shrewdness of its founder Osman, control of Gallipoli/Dardenelles strait and gunpowder. Ottoman name comes from original ruler "Osman". 1300s - Starts in Anatolia (Map p. 532)
Ottoman Empire. Where did the Ottomans come from?. Name came from “ Osman ,” a leader of a western Anatolian nomadic group who began expansionistic moves in the 14 th century. Gradually these nomads took over Anatolia and became the border between Islam and Byzantine Christian.
Ottoman Empire. Common threads between Empires. Autocratic rule Islamic faith Inward-looking policies Agricultural economies Ambivalence toward foreign trade Cultural insularity. Islamic Empires. Began as “warrior principalities” Expanded at varying rates with varying success.
Ottoman Empire. Explain how European partitioning in the Middle East after the breakup of the Ottoman Empire led to regional conflict. Ottoman Empire. Ottoman Empire. Continuity and change mean some things change and some things stay the same.
OTTOMAN EMPIRE. WHEN: Mid 1200’s – 1900’s WHERE: Africa, Asia, Europe Mediterranean – Byzantine Empire WHO: Muslim Turkish Warriors called Ottomans LED BY: Sultan – Ruler 1453 – Mehmed II – The Conqueror – Byzantine Empire 1520 – Sulyman I – The Magnificent – Further into Europe
Ottoman Empire. Period Two. Major Conflicts. Ottoman Empire. Ottoman Empire: Major Conflicts. Battle of Kosovo (1389) Serbia is conquered Battle of Nicopolis(1396) Bulgaria is conquered Battle of Vienna(1683) Ottoman Empire lost it’s control over Vienna
OTTOMAN EMPIRE. Daijah McFadden. Rise Of The Ottoman Empire. Byzantine Empire faced a threat from the Ottomans. They migrated from central Asia to Asia minor. 1453, Ottomans surrounded the capital of Constantinople.
Ottoman Sundials. Roger Bailey NASS, St Louis, 2008. Ottoman Sundial Topkapi Palace, Istanbul. Sundial in Third Garden of Topkapi Palace, near Library of Ahmet III. Designed by Suleyman, the first secretary of the Treasury in the reign of Memhet II, the Conqueror (1453-1481)