From the 16th to the 18th centuries, three great islamic empires, known as the gunpowder empires, ruled much of asia the mughal empire had, at times, been the largest islamic empire of its time. Numerous traditions and cultural traits of previous empires (in fields such as architecture, cuisine, music, leisure and government) were adopted by the ottoman turks, who elaborated them into new forms, resulting in a new and distinctively ottoman cultural identity. Discuss the conditions that led to the rise of large, politically centralized states in afroeurasia, specifically the ottoman, safavid, and mughal empires, in the sixteenth century discuss gunpowder empires, guns leads to centralized powerottomans: anatolia, safavid: persian, mughal: india. Establishment of trading-post empires portuguese first to set up trading posts(50 by the mid-16th century) environmental effects: fur-bearing animals were hunted to extinction or near and relentless human exploitation of the natural environment foreign opposition occurred from france and the ottoman empire unlike china, india, and the.
The fall of the ottoman empire & its impact on the middle east world war i was caused by competitions for power and resources by the empires, and the conclusion of the war resulted in the destruction of the empires, particularly the ottoman empire and austria-hungary empire. A tale of three empires: mughals, ottomans, and the mughals resembled the ottomans far more than they did the habsburgs both the mughal and ottoman empires were largely based on contiguous territorial expansion, whereas the iberian model (later imitated by the dutch, british, and french) was seaborne while the freeborn christian. - decline of the muslim empires: safavid, ottoman, and mughal since the beginning, all empires have faced change in many ways, declining and rising in status many empires have collapsed, only to start again under a different name.
Ottoman streets hosted numerous languages, all the way from europe and north africa, although ottoman turkish was the official language of governing regions in the empire were allowed significant autonomy. History of iran: safavid empire 1502 - 1736 by: shapour ghasemi after the disastrous invasion of mongols, in the 1200s, migrated turks and mongolian tribes adopted the persian customs and even languagein the 1300s, the ilkhanids, a dynasty founded by the genghis khan's grandson, holagu khan, had been an influential factor in persia. Iran is a republic country situated in central eurasia and western asia with an estimated population of 769 million as of 2010 it is the 18th largest country in the world with a total land area. Islamic empires ottoman safavid mughal age of gunpowder empires 1450 – 1800 resulted in a culture unique to the mughal empire cultures that blended in the empire included muslims hindus head tax re-instated rulers extravagant & pleasure seeking. The ottoman, safavid, and mughal empires were vast in size and population, and within their borders were many ethnic and religious groups the status and treatment of minorities varied among these three empires.
Any generalization about indian history is dangerous, but the impression one gains from looking at social conditions during the mughal period is of a society moving towards an integration of its manifold political regions, social systems, and cultural inheritances. The ottoman empire was an imperial state that was founded in 1299 after growing out of the break-down of several turkish tribes the empire then grew to include many areas in what is now present-day europe to and it eventually became one of the largest, most powerful and longest-lasting empires in. World civilizations - free ebook download as pdf file (pdf), text file (txt) or read book online for free 3rd ed - ap 451 the ottoman, safavid, and mughal empires 452 the expansion of the ottoman empire who continued much of sumerian culture 18 document hammurabi's law code h ammurabi, as king of babylon, united mesopotamia under. The map at the right shows the extent of the ottoman, safavid, and mughal empires at their height, these three empires produced some of the greatest achievements of islamic civilization use the map to help you answer the following questions.
The survey will focus mainly on the ottoman empire, but also explore the interactions between the ottoman, safavid, and mughal empires prerequisite: one course in hist or one course in relg, or consent of the instructor. They transferred the persian literature and culture to india, thus forming the base for the indo-persian culture the term mughal is simply the persian form of the word mongol, and many groups in pakistan, iran, afghanistan, bangladesh and india use the term mughal to describe themselves. Best answer: yes, i have discussed the effects of integrating law and culture in the ottoman, safavid, and mughal empires for more help with your homework, try the homework help category for more help with your homework, try the homework help category.
Disintegration of the mughal empire the death of aurangzeb on the 3rd march, 1707, was a signal for the disintegration of the mighty mughal empire, which dazzled the contemporary world by its extensive territories, military might and cultural achievements. The safavid empire dates from the rule of shah ismail (ruled 1501-1524) in 1501, the safavid shahs declared independence when the ottomans outlawed shi'a islam in their territory.
Ap world history unit notes that cover an entire section of world history and not just one particular chapter these unit notes, along with the world history outlines, vocabulary terms, topic notes, study questions, regional outlines, and glossary terms will help you prepare for the ap world history exam. The gunpowder empires were the ottoman, safavid and mughal empires each of these three empires had considerable military success using the newly developed firearms, especially cannon and small arms, in the course of their empires, but unlike europe for example, the introduction of the gunpowder weapons prompted changes well beyond simply army organization. Islamic architecture encompasses a wide range of both secular and religious styles from the early history of islam to the present day what today is known as islamic architecture was influenced by roman, byzantine, persian and all other lands which the muslims conquered in the 7th and 8th centuries further east, it was also influenced by chinese and indian architecture as islam spread to.