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