Source Review 2

Source Review 2 - Source Review 2 Bulut: The Consequences...

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Source Review 2 Bulut: The Consequences of Ottoman-Dutch economic relations Contrary to popular belief the Ottoman economy did not absolutely decline in the 17 th century Granted concessions to the British, French, Dutch, which stimulated Levant trade Northern European powers replaced the Italians as the dominant Ottoman trading partners Ottoman trade went from primary ferrying luxury goods from the East to the west, to exporting raw materials. Home economy may have declined in the Ottoman Empire as the Northern Europeans cornered the Ottoman Empire with their manufactured goods Growth in regional subcenters such as Izmir and Aleppo leads to more of an integrated Mediterranean economy Francisco Bermudez de Pedraza: The Moriscos of Granada Moriscos observe Muslim rites in secret Steal Christian children Contempt for Christian society Dursteler: Venetians in Constantinople Constantinople a vibrant and cosmopolitan place where different cultures met and interacted The Venetian presence at Galata resembled a nation
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This note was uploaded on 04/18/2011 for the course HIEU 3559 taught by Professor Rowe during the Spring '10 term at UVA.

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