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Title: Week Nineteen (January 18- January 22)


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  • Week Nineteen (January 18- January 22)
  • Day 1-Read HR 170-176 -(GRAPES- Africa during
    slave trade, America during slave trade, Ottoman,
    Safavid, Mughal)
  • Day 2- Quiz Chapter 20
  • Week Twenty (January 25- January 29)
  • Day 1- Read HR 93-99 -(GRAPES-Tokugawa shogunate,
    Ming, Qing, Russia)
  • Day 2- Exam chapter 14-20

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3 Islamic Empires
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The Ottoman Empire
  • Osman
  • Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent
  • Constantinople- Istanbul
  • Large land empire
  • Tried to gain control of Mediterranean/ Not
    Indian Ocean
  • Mounted warriors- paid in land
  • Janissaries- Paid from treasury
  • devshirme
  • Cosmopolitan
  • raya
  • askeri

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Decline of Ottomans
  • Janissaries became more important Turkish
    cavalry less
  • Janissaries begin marrying and form new elite
    class
  • No more Devshirme
  • Inflation- silver (bad because of fixed taxes)
  • Government controlled by administrators
  • tax farming
  • Europeans began controlling trading ports
  • Tulip Period
  • Patrona Halil rebellion

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Safavid Empire, 15021722
  • Ismail
  • Shiite- caused problems with neighbors
  • Iran became culturally different from Mid East
  • Local traditions caused diversity
  • Hidden Imam
  • Martyrdom of Imam Husayn.

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Safavid Collapse
  • Manufacturing sector was small
  • Little advancements in agriculture
  • Firearms were expensive and locals disliked them
  • Shah Abbas- created full time soldiers
    (expensive)
  • Inflation and declining land trade hurt economy
    (could not pay soldiers)
  • Invaded by nomads

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The Mughal Empire, 15261761
  • Babur- conqueror
  • Akbar- tried to unite Hindu and Muslim
  • Non hereditary land holdings to soldiers and
    administrators
  • Constantly fought Hindus to the south
  • Did not take advantage of growing naval merchant
    activity
  • Some Hindus had land - Rajput
  • Aurangzeb

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Sikh
  • Punjab
  • Nanak
  • Islam and Hinduism
  • Become militant

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Mughal Decline
  • Decline
  • Regionalism
  • Conquered by Persians
  • nawab -independent states
  • Could not prevent Europeans from conquering

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New Trade States
  • East Indies- Islam trade states
  • Swahili Coast- Controlled by Portugese then Arabs
  • Dutch- Mallacca, Sumtra, Java, Jakarta Begin
    forming cash crops

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Human Record
  • Should the slave trade continue?
  • Why or why not?

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  • What political and social effects did the
    Columbian exchange have on the Americas?

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