Ottoman Society

Ottomans and the middle east under beyazid ii and

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Unformatted text preview: each millet cared for their own social and administrative functions (i.e. marriage, divorce, birth and death, health , educations, internal security, and justice, etc.) Guilds: In addition to religion- based millets, Ottoman subjects were also organized through their economic functions into guilds. These guilds regulated economic activities, setting quality and pricing standards that guild members had to maintain in order to continue in their occupations. Ottomans and the middle east under beyazid II and selim I Mehmed the Conqueror’s son and successor, Beyazid II, shifted the Empire’s military focus from...
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This note was uploaded on 01/13/2014 for the course HIST 160 taught by Professor Agoston during the Fall '08 term at Georgetown.

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