HST 198 Pt 3 - HST 198 Pt.3 The Ottoman Empire was the most...

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HST 198 Pt.3 The Ottoman Empire was the most powerful of all Islamic dynasties, as well as the wealthiest. The Ottomans reached their height of power under Suleiman (ruled from 1520-1566). o High Point or height of power Acquire a lot of territory. Controlled most of the south-eastern Europe as well as the Eastern Mediterranean and North Africa. o Acquired most of the land through conquest under Suleiman. o Conquered the holy cities Mecca and Medina. o Major defeat when attacking Vienna. Only two empires rivaled the Ottoman Empire at the time: o Inca o Ming Dynasty (China) The emergence of the Turks during the Ottoman Empire. Successor to the Prophet is known as Caliph. There was a reversal of roles and the Ottomans were the aggressors against the Europeans and the Christians. o This began when the Ottomans captured Constantinople in 1453. The Muslims built many important mosques after the capture of the city. Women began to receive more rights in the Ottoman Empire and had the right to own and keep property and land and had the freedom to sell that land and other items. Women
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This note was uploaded on 09/20/2011 for the course HST 198 taught by Professor Fahey during the Fall '08 term at Miami University.

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HST 198 Pt 3 - HST 198 Pt.3 The Ottoman Empire was the most...

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