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  • 1. Empires & Encounters 1450-1750 European Maritime Empires Russian Empire Qing/Manchu Empire Mughal Empire Ottoman Empire
  • 2. Comparative Essay Thurs 1-16 • Analyze the similarities and differences in how two empires conquered and controlled their empires. • Analyze the similarities and differences in the results of two empires.
  • 3. THE LAND EMPIRES of EURASIA     Russian Empire Qing / Manchu Empire Ottoman Empire Mughal Empire
  • 4. Russian Empire
  • 5. QING / MANCHU DYNASTY
  • 6. Qing/Manchu Dynasty of China
  • 7. Ottoman & Mughal Empires
  • 8. EUROPEAN MARITIME EMPIRES      Spanish Empire Portuguese Empire British Empire French Empire Dutch Empire
  • 9. Spanish Empire 1600s
  • 10. Portuguese Empire 1600s
  • 11. Sugar Colonies
  • 12. Settler Colonies
  • 13. One RESULT of European Maritime Empires being built… The Columbian Exchange – the transfer of plants, animals, and diseases between the Americas and Afro-Eurasia
  • 14. Comparative Essay Thurs 1-16 • Analyze the similarities and differences in how two empires conquered and controlled their empires. • Analyze the similarities and differences in the results of two empires.
  • 15. SIMILARITIES in these empires 1450-1750
  • 16. As these empires were built: • The rulers worked to control ethnic & religious groups in ways that utilized their economic contributions while limiting their ability to challenge the authority of the government • Mughal treatment of Hindu subjects • Chinese treatment of SE Asian merchants • European promotion of the African slave trade
  • 17. • Governments of these empires used bureaucrats and professional military to maintain centralized control over people & resources – (and limit the power of the other nobles). • Ottoman devshirme system & janissaries • Chinese scholar officials • European use of merchants or priests as bureaucrats.