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    The Mongol and the Ottoman empires used similar techniques while taking over and controlling civilizations because of an underlying common theme within expanding empires, however, aspects involving specific methods and level of association with their conquered set them apart. In the conquest for overall power over the people of the world, the Mongols stretched their empire across most of Eurasia, and also arose conflicts that are now considered ancient world wars. The Ottoman Empires rule…

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    the late 1700s, all over Eurasia empires began to grow. Some sought control in the New World, like Spain and other European countries, while others spanned through differentiating cultures and terrains in Eurasia, like the Ming and Qing Dynasties and the Ottoman and Mughal Empires. These empires controlled their portions of the world through several different aspects. One element of control that they used was economic control. By regulating trade and commerce, these empires grew to be self…

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    Ottoman Turks’ first appearance The loom of the Ottoman came upon after the decline of the Seljurk Turks’s empire. The arrival of the first Ottomans, alias ghazis (Turkish warriors or raiders), to Anatolia (formerly called Asia Minor) was intended to evade the forces of Mongols. At first, the Turkish tribes were nomadic pastoralists but when the Seljuk Empire’s power was slowly falling apart, the Turks, under the rule of Osman, began occupying, invading other territories for power and wealth…

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    descendant of the Persian Kurdish Safavid from 1501 1736 Members of the ruling dynasties rains / rained most of the bark of southwest Asia and Safaviyya - injection Shiite dominated the unique order of Islam . In fact , it is converted to Shia Islam in Iran in the Shiite Safavid Empire established diplomatic relations forced the Sunni , Shah Ismail was one of three founders . In height , as well as the Safavid dynasty in Iran now , Armenia , Azerbaijan , and also in Afghanistan , Iraq , mostly…

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    After the bubonic plague main Islamic dynasties were The Ottoman Empire, The Safavid Empire, and The Mughal Empire. Each empire share the core Islamic beliefs but they differ in their unique political features. The Ottomans adopted Sunni view of Islam, while inclusive the traditional ways of Byzantine Empire and trying new ways of integrating diverse people. The Safavids are the supporters of Shiite vision of Islam and Mughals ruled over the wealth but severed realm that is today’s India,…

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    Introduction As turkish empires the Ottoman and Mughal Empires share many political beliefs and ideals. Arguably the best way compare and contrast the ideals and beliefs of the empires is to look at policies they enact. To help understand the political ideals and beliefs two specific policies of the Ottoman and Mughal which similar in during their conception evolved throughout the reign of the empires. It should be noted that both empires faced different threats and obstacles, and how they…

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    after his death in 1227 C.E. continued where his father left off in both expansion of empire and proliferation of culture. During his reign he made immense inroads for the Mongol Empire, both defeating completely the Western Xia and the Northern Jin dynasty of China. After which using the Silk road captured in his father’s time launched massive invasion of both Europe via the land of the Rus people, the area that would be known as Iraq in the Middle…

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    #2 The late eighteenth and early nineteenth century is sometimes referred to as the “Age of the Ayan”. This was a time were provincial power-holders within the Ottoman Empire played a substantial role in the politics and economics of the state. The empire’s ability to control vast amounts of territory depended to a large degree on the ability of the government to forge alliances with local power elites. Provincial leaders had deep cultural, economic, and social ties within their respective…

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    Nomads of the Asian Steppe: The steppe is a vast piece dry grassland- the western one runs from Central Asia to Eastern Europe and the eastern one covers Mongolia. Nomadic people roamed the steppes herding their animals. Clans of nomads often interacted with settle societies through trade; however, sometimes weak settlements were raided by strong nomadic clans. • Pastoralists: pastoralists were nomads who herded domesticated animals and were constantly on the move in search of pasture for their…

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    As the European nations sought to decrease the power of the Ottoman Empire, they introduced nationalism to the Arabs. The British seduced local Arab leaders to leave the Ottoman Empire and create their own state and Caliphate. The Arabs joined the fight wishing to gain their independence from the Ottomans. They wanted their own identity and a unified Arab region but what happened was the Arabs were separated into mandates governed by the French and British. The promises for Sheriff Hussein were…

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