The Ottoman Empire - • Giovanni Bellini 1430-1516 •...

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The Ottoman Empire
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Outline Universal Empire Osman’s Dream Mehmed’s Conquest Creation of the Ottoman Capital at Constantinople Hagia Sofia Mehmed’s Palace (Topkapi) Courtly Ceremonial Dynasty and the harim Gazi Culture and Selim Rivalry with the Hapsburg Empire Conquests: Mohach s; Siege of Vienna (1529) Diplomacy The image of Mehmed (Italy in Turkey) Süleyman’s competition (the four-tiered crown) Permanent French Embassy, 1536 A shared ancient culture Lepanto, 1571
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Names, Terms, Places Ottoman rulers Osman, d. 1326 [founder of dynasty] Mehmed II “the Conqueror” 1451-61 Selim I “the Terrible 1512-20 Süleyman I “the Magnificent”, “the Lawgiver” 1520-1566 Topkapi Harem (harim: inviolable area) ġāzī (frontier warrior) Pisanello, Medal of John VIII Paleologus Gentile Bellini, 1429-1507
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Unformatted text preview: • Giovanni Bellini, 1430-1516 • Peter Coecke van Aelst, Customs and Doings of the Turks 1553 [from • drawings made two decades earlier] • Battle of Lepanto 1571 • Salonika (Thessaloniki) • Mehmed II’s Riddle of Conquest • The emperor ordered a great rug…to be spread out before them, and in the center he had an apple placed, and he gave them the following riddle, saying: “Can any of you pick up that apple without stepping on the rug? …and none of them could get the trick until the Emperor himself, having stepped up to the rug, took it in both hands and rolled it before him, proceeding begind it; and so he got the apple….And the Emperor said to the lords: “it is better to torment the infidel little by little than to invade their land all at once....
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