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Title: JEOPARDY


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JEOPARDY
  • The Gunpowder Empires

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The Ottoman Empire
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Safavid Empire
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The Mughal Empire
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Important People
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Important Events
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Vocabulary
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This was the naval battle that happened in 1571
that marked a temporary defeat of the Muslim
fleet but the ships were soon replaced and the
Ottomans continued to prey on European shipping.
What was the Battle of Lepanto ?
4
He was nicknamed the Conqueroran Ottoman sultan
who captured Constantinople, 1453, and destroyed
the Byzantine Empire.
Who was Mehmed II?
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This was an important battle between the Safavids
and Ottomans that occurred in 1514 with an
Ottoman victory that demonstrated the importance
of firearms and checked the western advance of
the Safavid Shia state.
What was the Battle of Chaldiran?
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This was the great mosque built in Constantinople
during the reign of the 16th-century Ottoman
ruler Suleyman the Magnificent.
What was the Suleymaniye mosque ?
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These were conscripted youth from conquered
regions who were trained as Ottoman infantry
divisions and became an important political
influence after the 15th century.
What were the Janissaries?
8
He was the Safavid shah (15871629) who extended
the empire to its greatest extent and used
Western military technology.
Who was Abbas I, the Great?
9
These were the Shia religious leaders who
traced their descent to Alis successors.
Who were the Imams ?
10
He was the Safavid leader who conquered the city
of Tabriz in 1501 and was proclaimed shah.
Who was Ismâil?
11
He emerged following fall of Safavids and
proclaimed himself Shah in 1736.
Who was Nadir Khan Afshar?
12
Dont Choke!
Daily Double
13
This was the name given to the Safavid followers
of Sail al-Din due to their distinctive headgear.

Who were the redheads? ( Islamic gingers?)
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This was the mausoleum built for his wife, by her
husband Shah Jahan, and the most famous
architectural achievement of Mughal India.
What was the Taj Mahal?
15
He was the Turkic leader who founded the Mughal
dynasty.
Who was Babur the Tiger ? (Not Babar the
Elephant )
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He was the son and successor to Humayn and built
up the military and administrative structure of
the Mughal dynasty. He followed policies of
cooperation and toleration with the Hindu
majority.
Who was Akbar ?
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He was the successor to Shah Jahan and due to
warfare depleted the empires resources. He
reversed previous policies and attempted to
purify Islam of Hindu influences.
Who was Aurangzeb?
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This was the Indian sect that followed the
teachings of the Guru Nanak and merged the
teachings of the Hindu and Muslim faiths. They
were opposed to pure Muslim and Mughul rule.
Who were the Sikhs?
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He was the son and successor of Babur who was
expelled from India in 1540 but returned to
restore the dynasty in 1556.
Who was Humayn?
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They were the Turkic people who advanced into
Asia Minor during the 14th century and
established an Empire that lasted until World War
I .
Who were the Ottoman Turks?
21
He is considered to be the greatest Ottoman
Sultan and extended the Empire during his long
reign. ( He was a contemporary of Philip II and
Elizabeth I as well)
Who was Suleiman the Magnificent?
22
They were the religious leaders under the
Safavids who worked to convert all subjects to
Shiism.
Who were the Mullahs?
23
He was the Safavid leader who became the Shah
from 1534 - 1576 and helped restore the Empire
after the defeat at Chaldiran.
Who was Tahmasp I ?
24
Dont Choke!
Daily Double
25
This was the Safavid capital under Abbas the
Great and a planned city exemplifying Safavid
architecture.
What was Isfahan?
26
They were the people of western India who
rebelled against Mughal rule early in the 18th
century.
Who were the Marattas?
27
She was the wife of ruler Jahangir who amassed
power at the Mughal court and created a faction
that ruled the empire during the later years of
his reign.
Who was Nur Jahan?
28
In 1683 the Ottomans threatened this capital of
the Holy Roman Empire.
What was Vienna ( Land of little tiny sausages
in a can) ?
29
This was the battle where Babur the Tiger using
cannon and muskets defeated a superior number of
Lodi warriors and war elephants led by Ibrahim
Lodi.
What was the Battle of Panipat?
30
This was the position as head of the Ottoman
bureaucracy and after the 15th century often more
powerful than the sultan.
What was the Vizier?
31
This was the ritual burning of high-caste Hindu
women on their husbands funeral pyres.
What was sati?
32
These were the two famous cotton patterns based
on the textile industry of India and named for
Indian cities.
What were Madras, and Calico ( for Calcutta or
Calicut as it was known to Europeans)?
33
He was the founder of the Safavids, a Sufi
mystic, and leader of the Red Heads.
Who was Sail al-Din?
34
This was the religion initiated by Akbar that
blended elements of Islam and Hinduism, but did
not survive his death.
What was Din-i-Ilahi?
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