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Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
Osman I (Othman): 1299-1326
The Golden Age of the Ottomans
Tamerlane (1336-1405) or Timur, the Lame
Mehmet I: 1413-1421
The Ottoman Bureaucracy SULTAN Divans Social / Military Divans Heads of Individual Religious Millets Local Administrators & Military Landowners / Tax Collectors MuslimsJews Christians
Mehmet II: 1444-1445; 1451-1481 (The Conqueror)
The Ottoman Capital -- Constantinople
Golden Horn – 15c map
Golden Horn from space
Sunset on the Golden Horn
The Fall of Constantinople: 1453
Europeans vs. Turks
The End of the Byzantine Empire
Hagia Sophia - interior
Siege of Constantinople, 1453
Selim I, the Grim: 1512-1520
Suleiman the Magnificent: ( 1520-1566) Suleimans Signature
Quran Page: Arabic Calligraphy
Blue Mosque - interior
Prayer Rug, 16c Ottoman Empire
Illuminated Quran Page
Quran Page: Abrahams Sacrifice of Isaac
Quran Page: The Angel Gabriel Visits Muhammad
Collection of Taxes in Suleimans Court
Conversations Between Muslims & Christians
Scholars at the Galata Observatory (Suleimans Constantinople), 1557
Battle of Lepanto (1571)
The Ottoman Empire During the 16 c
Osman I (Osman Bey): With the fall of the Mongol Empire, Osman Bey united a group of Turks in Anatolia (East Turkey) forming the Muslim Ottoman.
Ms. Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY.
Ottoman Empire 1400s-1800s. 1. Original location of the Ottoman Empire Asia Minor (Turkey)
How does the rise and fall of the Ottoman empire compare with other civilizations?
Osman I (Othman): Beginnings Gazi warriors are “fighters for the faith” and their excellent skills help to expand Ottoman territory into new.
The Ming Dynasty and Ottoman Empire
BATTLE OF PREVEZA: BARBAROS HAYREDDIN (Suleiman) v. A. DORIA (Charles V) What do you know about these pictures? Koran.
Ch. 13 – Asian Empires - Qing, Mughal, Ottoman, and Safavid.
Composition of the Ottoman Empire in 16 th and 17 th Centuries Huge in territory, but weak in central authority –Largest and most stable empire after.
Middle East Ottoman Empire 1.Origins 2.Sultan Mehmet II 3.Capture of Constantinople 4.Ottoman Empire as a World Empire 5.Imperial Organization.
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE The Ottoman Empire began in 1299, in Turkey, which is located in southwestern Asia. The empire later grew and included parts.
Susan M. Pojer Horace Greeley HS Chappaqua, NY
1. How did the Ottomans get their name? 2. What is the Millet System? 3. Who are Janissaries? 4. What leader challenged the Ottomans expansion? 5. What.
Ottoman Turks Ghazi warriors settled in Anatolia Military people: focused on conquest Named after leader Osman I War with Byzantine Empire.
“Gunpowder” Empires. Why was the West Advancing? How did the Renaissance contribute? How did the Reformation contribute? How did Exploration & Absolutism.
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE s Click here for hook video.
C OTTOMAN EMPIRE. Osman He built a small state in Anatolia (present day Turkey) between 1300 and 1326 Westerners called him Othman His followers were.
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE *Located in Asia Minor.
The Ottomans Libertyville HS. Who were the Ottomans? Turks were a small Muslim state in Western Anatolia Extended control over most of Anatolia, then.
Islamic Empires. The Decline of the Caliphates 1055-Seljuk Turks invade Middle East from Central Asia Adopt Islam, keep the caliph as a figurehead.
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE 1. ESSENTIAL QUESTION Why were the Ottoman Sultans able to rule as all-powerful rulers? 2.
Back to Islam The Rise of the Ottoman Turks The Fall of Constantinople
دولتْ علیّه عثمانیّه Devlet-i Âliye-yi Osmâniyye Sublime Ottoman State دولت ابد مدت Devlet-i Ebed-müddet The Eternal State.
The Muslim “Gunpowder” Empires
The Ottoman Empire. Ottoman Turks Named after leader, Osman in late 1200s Constantinople became their capital: renamed Istanbul End of Byzantine.
THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE - Notes
Chapter 18: The Muslim World Expands
The Ottomans Build A Vast Empire
Living in the Ottoman Empire
Warm Up Describe the “Gunpowder empires”. In your description, explain why many historians say “global history had entered a new phase” when they talk.
“Gunpowder” Empires Why do you think these empires got this nickname? Where do you think these empires are located? What do you expect the culture of the.
The Rise of the Ottoman Empire HIST 113 Islamic Civilization.
The Ottomans They were originally a nomadic people from central Asia They were Muslims.
The Ottoman Empire. During the 1060s the Seljuk sultan Alp Arslan allowed his Turkish allies to migrate towards Armenia and Asia Minor, where they sacked.
The Ottomans were: Turkish (capital Istanbul) Muslim (majority) –Sunni.
Ch 2.3 The Early Byzantine Empire I. Justinian Builds a New Rome I. Justinian Builds a New Rome A. The Rule of Justinian A. The Rule of Justinian B. Hagia.
Muslim Empires Or the Middle East under the Turks and the Persians >>>> It’s Istanbul Not Constantinople…….
Later Islamic Empires. Review )Muhammad )Rightly Guided Caliphs )Umayyads: N. Africa, W. Europe )Abbasids: Middle East, into Byzantium )Seljuks: take.
The Ottomans Build A Vast Empire KEY IDEA: The Ottomans established a Muslim Empire that combined many cultures and lasted for more than 600 years.
The Muslim Empires of the Early Modern World. The Ottoman Empire The Challenger to Christian Europe.
Or the Gunpowder Empires
Muslim Gunpowder Dynasties 1300–1700 Three great Muslim powers—the Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires—emerge between 1300 and The Muslim world.
What is this picture showing?. Ottoman Empire Location: Modern Middle East.
The Ottoman Empire. Agenda 1.Bell Ringer: What is the purpose of the Council of Trent? 2.Brief Lecture: Ottoman Empire 1.Video: Hagia Sophia 3.Safavid.
Take the reading “The Ottoman Empire” and begin reading. Be prepared for reading quiz!!! Bell Ringer.
Chapter 8 The Muslim Empires
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