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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, Hungary, Israel, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, and many other regions in Arabia and Africa. The Empire was founded by Osman I, who was one of the leaders of the Turkish tribes in Anatolia in 1299. His tribe was known as the Ottoman Turks, who were also known by the honorific title the “Ghazis”. The early followers of Osman I, consisted of both Turkish tribal groups and Byzantine renegades, many but not all converted to Islam. Osman also founded the Ottoman Dynasty, which later established and ruled…

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    The nascent Ottoman Empire, founded by Osman I on the twenty-seventh of July, 1299 , existed in optimal conditions for expansion utilizing both conquest and diplomacy due to the status of propinquitous states: a derelict Byzantine Empire (as a direct consequence of the Fourth Crusade and the establishment of the Latin Kingdom) and various aggregate beyliks previously under the dominion of the expeditiously declining Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm. Osman I, entirely reliant upon Ghazi to facilitate his…

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    The Decline of an Empire The word ottoman is a western term for the name Osman I, who was the first ruler and creator of the Ottoman Empire in 1299. This Empire later on overthrew the last remainder of the Roman civilization and evolved to be one of the superpowers, and was the center of communications between the West and the East countries. But as its mighty grew also its weakness began to appear, and as a result of decades of influences such as historical events (wars), economic factors…

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    Ottoman Empire Culture

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    Culture of the Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Empire was named after Osman I, the founder and first leader of the empire. It is also referred to as the Turkish Empire by more recent historians due to its capital being located in modern-day Turkey. At its height the Ottoman Empire spanned much of the Middle East as wells as Southeast Europe and parts of North Africa. It bordered the Mediterranean, Caspian, Black, and Red seas. It was comprised of countries that would later exist as modern-day…

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    Ottoman Empire Design

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    The Ottoman Empire was one of the biggest, wealthiest and longest Turkish Muslim domains ever. With Constantinople as its capital city, it turned into the focal point of exchange between the eastern and western world. Constantinople was amidst the dark and Mediterranean Sea so they found themselves able to control the exchange courses and particularly the Silk Road. By the sixteenth century, the grounds under Ottoman guideline extended from focal Europe to the deserts of the Arabia. The…

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    The Ottoman Empire wants from mix race and cultural before World Wars one to becoming a nationalism nation of Muslim, Jews, and Christians. Historians Michelle Campos and Abigail Jacobson have written about the same topic of the Ottoman Empire. They both give the history of the different culture in the Ottoman Empire, but Jacobson pays more attention to Jerusalem while Campos look at Palestine as a whole, which give us two distinct viewpoints. Michelle Campos and Abigail Jacobson wrote about…

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    During the late nineteenth century and the early twentieth century, two diverse constitutional revolutions occurred in the Middle East. Constitutionalism refers to parliamentary representation, constitutional government reform, and a method to challenge the absolute power of the monarch. This also includes the separation of powers or check and balances. The insurgency in the Ottoman Empire and Qajar Iran possessed various similarities and differences. Despite their questionable success, two…

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    The Ottoman Empire was motivated by an interest in spreading their religion which is Islam. Gaining more territory was a big thing for them because they wanted to get bigger and to gain more land for farming to keep the people feed. The more important reason to the mass expansion was to improve trade for the empire. Seeking glory was also a big thing with emperors just as a personal goal and for the empire they’ll get more of the glory status by taking city 's or having a massive empire and big…

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    Because of this, the Ottoman Empire was seen as the most powerful country, being in a state that Europe wanted to emulate. Towards the end of the 16th century, Europe gained a more powerful government and military, as the Ottoman Empire’s power reached its peak. Europe created this idea of the Ottoman Empire shifted from a democratic society to a despotic society, becoming corrupt and unjust.2 The Ottomans were now seen as “lawless and absolute power in the hands of the all-powerful,”3 not…

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    Midterm Essay The Ottoman empire at it’s height was a large empire that was multicultural multilingual due to its control over most of Southeastern Europe, Western Asia, and North Africa (C&B 38). During the 17th century the empire contained many provinces and a variety of vassal states that were later absorbed into the Ottoman empire (Ibid). While the Ottoman empire remained prominently strong from the start of its formation; during the 1850s the empire started to go through some changes the…

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