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  • 1. Introduction to Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal Empires
  • 2. INCOME
    • How much does Bill Gates make per year?
    • About 2 billion? Net worth over 50 billion.
    • How much does the President of the U.S. make?
    • 400,000 + a 50,000 expense account
  • 3. INCOME
    • King of Saudi Arabia’s net worth is . . .
    • 21 billion
  • 4. INCOME
    • King of France in 1500 c.e. received about:
    • 1 million per year
    • Suleiman, the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in the 1500s received about . . .
    • 80 million per year
  • 5. Suleiman the Lawgiver
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  • 8. The Point Is . . .
    • The Ottoman Empire was one of the wealthiest and most powerful Empires of the world at its time. It was the dominating power of the Mediterranean.
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  • 11. Do you remember?
    • By the 1100s, the Islamic Empire had split into several different caliphates . . . centered in Spain, Egypt, and the Middle East.
    • The Seljuk Turks were the group in control of the Middle East by the 1100s.
    • The Mongols invaded and killed the Seljuk caliph of Baghdad.
  • 12. The Ottoman Empire
    • The Ottoman Turks started as soldiers and slaves of the Seljuks. After the Seljuks were defeated by the Mongols, the Ottoman Turks gained power after the Mongols left.
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  • 18. Other Major Islamic Empires
    • Safavid (Persia) and Mughal (India)
    • The Safavid Empire was mostly Shi’ite and a rival of the Ottoman Empire.
    • The Mughal Empire was an empire in which a Muslim minority controlled a Hindu majority creating a very complex culture.
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  • 20. Primary Source Analysis
    • Read the descriptions of Turks and Christians by Brocquière and Sultan Bayezid II from the handouts.
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    • Read Busbecq’s Letter (Docs in WH Vol 2 p 47-49) on “The Turkish Army.”
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    • Read Busbecq’s Letter (Docs in WH Vol 2 p 49-50) on “Bows and Arrows and Other Matters” & “Christian Slaves.”
  • 21. Primary Source Analysis
    • SOAPStone
    • What is the source about? What are the important details?
    • What does the source say about gender roles?
    • What does the source say about religion?