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    The Ottomans were an Empire that lasted from around 1300 C.E. until about 1919 making it one of the longest lasting and richest empires in world history. The Ottomans managed to blend their pastoral nomadic roots with some very un-nomadic empire buildings and some really impressive architecture making them very different than other empires. The empire, or at least the dynasty, was founded by Osman Bey. The term “osman” is a Latin for “House of Osman”. The Ottoman were the greatest in the…

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    The collapse of the Chinese and Ottoman Empire began with fighting between the Chinese Empires and allies and Ottoman Empire and their many allies however when this ended it was not enough for either state to survive. This did not bring peace to their states, in fact it just began to get worse until the eventual fall of both Empires completely. The fall of the Chinese and Ottoman Empires was due to them not modernizing quick enough, their unwillingness to reform to what the rest of the world was…

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    conquering and crisis. In this essay, I will speak about who the Mevlevi Dervishes and Rumi are, and how tribes ended up in Asia minor. Along with, how Othman managed to turn foreigners to reckon with, a list of Ottoman sultans, and what made Constantinople a important city to the Ottoman. The Mevlevi Dervishes was a Sufi order in Konya. In the Sufi path, Dervish is a common term. It means someone guiding a intellectual Muslim down a path. The Mevlevi Dervishes was founded by the followers of…

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    The Ottoman Empire, was an empire created by some Turkish Tribes at the end of the 13th Century, in the North-Western Anatolia. The Ottomans were known as warriors for the faith of Islam, who were inspired and sustained by Islam and Islamic Institutions. The Ottomans most successful period was between the 16th and 17th centuries. During this period, the Ottoman Empire expanded out over three continents. This covers what we know today as Turkey, Egypt, Greece, Bulgaria, Romania, Macedonia,…

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    Over the centuries, two Islamic Empires have been fighting for decades. “”The Ottoman ruler, Selim I sent a letter to the Persian rival, Isma’il I, leader of the Shi’ite Safavid state.””(Sunni versus Shi’ite) “” Isma’il had entered the Ottoman territory and had demanded that Ottoman subjects accept Shi’ism.””(Sunni versus Shi’ite) In response to this Selim I threaten him with this letter. One thing lead to the other and eventually Isma’il I and Selim I had a war. “”Selim I won the battle of…

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    First, the Berbers migrated to Morocco around the 3rd and 2nd millennia BCE. They were thought to have originated in Asia. Later, the Greeks and Phoenicians devised trading ports on the cost of Morocco, until the Romans conquered. While the Romans were in power, many of the Berbers rebelled and the reaction of the Romans was to cut out their tongues and ship them off to the Canary Islands, where they were later found by the Spanish. The Carthaginians were also in Morocco before the Romans. After…

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    land, but many more gains. They fought battles against their major enemies, the French and the Ottomans. They married nearly every royal family in Europe, until there was no more room left to expand. With hard work and intelligence, the Habsburgs were able to maintain control of most of the continent for centuries. The Habsburg family originated in present-day Switzerland, where they named their dynasty after the castle they were living in – the Habsburg castle. Werner, who was the second to…

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    continuation of the Roman Empire in the East during the late antiquity and the middle ages. It survived the fragmentation and fall of the Western Roman Empire in the 5th century AD and continued to exist for an additional thousand years until it fell to the Ottoman Turks in 1953. In most of its existence the empire was powerful in economic, cultural and military force in Europe. Both Byzantine Empire and Eastern Roman Empire are historiographical terms and its citizens refer to their empire…

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    Fall Of Constantinople

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    Constantine the Great was the capital city of the Byzantine Empire that ultimately fell to the Ottoman Empire in 1453. To begin with, the downfall of Constantinople substantially impacted the world economically. Moreover, Constantinople’s fall vastly influenced the world through political matters. Furthermore, the fall of Constantinople affected the world culturally and socially. Thus, Constantinople’s fall to the Ottoman Empire had very much influence on the rest of the world through various…

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    the world, and ideologies such as nationalism and secularism were driving scientific evolution and social norms. However, the Muslim community at this time was experiencing an identity crisis, and was a civilization in transition. The once great Ottoman Empire was crumbling from internal and external pressure, Egypt experienced a brief stint of independence under Muhammad Ali before falling under colonial rule, and the Arab community was divided and lacked any sort of leadership from the Ulama.…

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