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Title: Muslim World

Muslim World
The Ottomans, Safavids, and Mughals
Insert your name here
by _________________________
DirectionsUse pages 506-523 to answer the
questions about each empire on the slides that
  • delete this slide at end

Ottomans p.507 511
Standards addressed
SSWH4 e. Explain the Ottoman Empires role in
the decline of Byzantium and the capture of
Constantinople in 1453 CE. SSWH12 The student
will examine the origins and contributions of the
Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal empires. a.
Describe the geographical extent of the Ottoman
Empire during the rule of Suleyman the
Magnificent, the Safavid Empire during the reign
of Shah Abbas I, and the Mughal Empire during the
reigns of Babur and Akbar. b. Explain the ways
in which these Muslim empires influenced
religion, law, and the arts in their parts of the
Ottoman Empire
  • 1. Who were the Ottomans? (area from or
    ethnicity) (p.507)
  • 2. What is so crucial about the geographical
    location of Constantinople that made it so
    desirable to everyone, including the Ottomans?
    p. 508 analysis of location on a map

Ottoman Empire
Post a map of the geographical extent of Ottoman
Empire under Suleyman use internet
The Ottoman Empire includes what modern day
countries? use internet compare current world
map and map of Suleymans Empire
Ottoman Empire
What religion provided the basis of law in the
Ottoman Empire p. 510 What were millets and
how integral do you think they were to Ottoman
success? p. 510 Why do you think Suleyman
was given the name lawgiver? Read History
Makers box on p. 510
law and government
Suleiman the Lawgiver
Ottoman Empire
The Ottoman sultan had his own personal elite
military force loyal to him alone known as the
janissaries. What religion were the janissaries?
What were there religious origins?
Why would Christian parents want their sons to be
taken by the Muslim sultan?
Ottoman Empire
Use internet links below to answer the following
questions. Right click link and hit open
hyperlink) http//
_culture/index.asp http//
lture_of_the_Ottoman_EmpireArchitecture Identify
elements used in Ottoman art and architecture
that were borrowed from other cultures What
different forms of art were made by the Ottomans?
(ceramics? carpets?) What type of religious
structure was commonly built in the Ottoman
Ottoman Art and Architecture(search internet to
find 3 examples)