Hist 110B, Week 2 Notes
Hist 110B, Week 2 Notes History 110B
Cal State Fullerton
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HIST 1108 Ottoman Empire Founded by Otman in 1300 0 Growth 0 Sack of Constantinople 1453 o Balkans Battle of Chaldiran 1514 Battle between to Muslim states 0 Battle of Mohacs 1526 0 Led by Suleiman the Magni cent Society and Religion 0 Rulers were sultans Leads a religious side to people called ulamas o Sunni Muslims attached to earliest rulings and most authoritative law code Madrasas religious schools Sharia law Would be more open to new religious legislatures Tolerant of nonMuslims o Devshirme conscription and janissaries Young teens trained into janissaries slave soldiers 0 Life for women Court women were secluded from society But they could in uence successions by the elder women 0 A thriving busy society for centuries Slow decline 0 Loss at Battle of Lepanto 1571 0 Loss besieging Vienna 1683 o Conservative Not risk takers Don t innovate or create better technology 0 Tanzimat reorganization Began 1839 Western style dress military taxation Western laws modeled on Napoleon s laws To protect Turks from nationalist movements Encouraged quotOttomanismquot o Came too late 0 Got passed by Europe Couldn t stop nationalist groups Joined Germany in the First World War 13001922 0 OO
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