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  • Ottoman Compass Points
  • Mughal India/Safavid Persia/The Ottoman Empire
  • The Conquests of Timur Lenk
  • FOUNDATION MAP 17.1 The Empire of Timur Lenk, ca. 1405
  • The interior of the chapel at the tomb of Timur Lenk in Samarkand, in present-day Uzbekistan.
  • The Cosmopolitan Ottoman Empire
  • Mehmed II.
  • Ottoman law book.
  • MAP 17.2 The Ottoman Empire in 1566
  • Suleiman.
  • Safavid Persia: A Shi’ite State
  • MAP 17.3 The Safavid Empire in Persia, 1600
  • A Safavid battle tunic.
  • The Shah Mosque in Isfahan.
  • Persian women.
  • The Mughal Empire: A Muslim Minority Rules India
  • MAP 17.4 The Delhi Sultanate in India, 1236
  • The Golden Temple.
  • MAP 17.5 The Mughal Empire in India, 1690
  • The Taj Mahal.
  • Key Dates and Developments
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    • 1. Connections: A World History Second Edition Chapter 17 Culture and Conflict in the Great Islamic Empires, 1071–1707 Connections: A World History, Second Edition Edward H. Judge • John W. Langdon
    • 2. Ottoman Compass Points
    • 3. Mughal India/Safavid Persia/The Ottoman Empire
    • 4. Culture and Conflict in the Great Islamic Empires, 1071–1707A. The Conquests of Timur LenkB. The Cosmopolitan Ottoman EmpireC. Safavid Persia: A Shi’ite StateD. The Mughal Empire: A Muslim Minority Rules Ind
    • 5. The Conquests of Timur Lenk
    • 6. The Conquests of Timur LenkA. Early LifeB. Timur’s Strengths and Good Fortune 1. Advantages 2. Conquests
    • 7. FOUNDATION MAP 17.1 The Empire of Timur Lenk, ca. 1405
    • 8. The Conquests of Timur LenkC. Attack on the OttomansD. Timur as Warrior and Administrator
    • 9. The interior of the chapel at the tomb of TimurLenk in Samarkand, in present-day Uzbekistan.
    • 10. The Cosmopolitan Ottoman Empire
    • 11. The Cosmopolitan Ottoman EmpireA. Nomads and IslamB. Ottomans and ByzantinesC. Mehmed the Conqueror
    • 12. Mehmed II.
    • 13. The Cosmopolitan Ottoman EmpireD. The Ottoman State and Society 1. The Ottoman government’s unique synthesis 2. Ottoman society
    • 14. Ottoman law book.
    • 15. MAP 17.2 The Ottoman Empire in 1566
    • 16. The Cosmopolitan Ottoman EmpireE. Suleiman the Magnificent 1. The Ottoman Empire as a force in world affairs 2. Suleiman the lawgiver
    • 17. Suleiman.
    • 18. The Cosmopolitan Ottoman EmpireF. A Faltering Empire
    • 19. Safavid Persia: A Shi’ite State
    • 20. Safavid Persia: A Shi’ite StateA. Shi’ite Islam as a Unifying Force 1. The Safavid movement 2. Persia and its neighbors
    • 21. MAP 17.3 The Safavid Empire in Persia, 1600
    • 22. A Safavid battle tunic.
    • 23. The Shah Mosque in Isfahan.
    • 24. Safavid Persia: A Shi’ite StateB. Regional and Islamic Influence on Family and Gender Roles
    • 25. Persian women.
    • 26. The Mughal Empire: A Muslim Minority Rules India
    • 27. The Mughal Empire: A Muslim Minority Rules IndiaA. The Delhi Sultanate in India 1. Temporary unity
    • 28. MAP 17.4 The Delhi Sultanate in India, 1236
    • 29. The Golden Temple.
    • 30. The Mughal Empire: A Muslim Minority Rules IndiaB. Babur: Founding the Mughal Empire 1. BaburB. Akbar’s Reign of Cultural Accommodation 1. Tolerance 2. Government 3. Persian influence
    • 31. MAP 17.5 The Mughal Empire in India, 1690
    • 32. The Mughal Empire: A Muslim Minority Rules IndiaD. The Great Mughals 1. Nur Jahan and Shah Jahan: lighting the world 2. Aurangzeb’s reign: rebellion and disunity
    • 33. The Taj Mahal.
    • 34. Key Dates and Developments

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