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History
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HISA04H3
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Natalie Rothman

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Globalizing Empire: The Ottomans
Turkeyottomans same ethnic backhground as Mongols, learned from Mongol
example and learned from it
Late 13th century many Turkic
Weakness of B.E. after 4th crusade, in 1204, byzantine didnt have power to resist
Ottoman encourages
Ottoman let those they conquest hold onto justice, and system of taxationlocal
leaders began to lead tax systems
Didnt try to enforce there religion on population
16th century conversion of Islam, but not forced
Only recruits to army had to convert
Ppl converted b/c of preforensial treatment of Islams
Many religious groups went to Ottoman empire b/c they had more religious
freedoms, attracted many religious groups (especially after reconquista)
economic development, extensive commercial network produced a lot of $ for
ottomans
Thrived politically, culturally, and religiously
Balkans converted after ottoman emerged buy they became very central to the
ottomans land of romans
Thought of themselves as new Rome
Poltical system, most coveted position is governor of Onali
1863, Umali, land of romans
Conquest of constantopole, facilitated by merchant colonies that settled around city,
supported Ottoman empire; passive support from Italian merchants that settled,
rewarded after conquest
Conquest significant strategically and ritualy and symbolically b/c it was the new
Rome
Called himself Ceasar, emperor etc.
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Globalizing Empire: The Ottomans Turkeyottomans same ethnic backhground as Mongols, learned from Mongol example and learned from it Late 13 century many Turkic th Weakness of B.E. after 4 crusade, in 1204, byzantine didnt have power to resist Ottoman encourages Ottoman let those they conquest hold onto justice, and system of taxationlocal leaders began to lead tax systems Didnt try to enforce there religion on population 16 century conversion of Islam, but not forced Only recruits to army had to convert Ppl converted bc of preforensial treatment of Islams Many religious groups went to Ottoman empire bc they had more religious freedoms, attracted many religious groups (especially aft
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