Internet of Things - 10/12/2015 IST 195
Internet of Things - 10/12/2015 IST 195 IST 195 - M001
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HST 121 Ryan Ratty 10272015 Asia in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries Safavid Persia China Korea Japan 16th and 17th Centuries Italy Spain Portugal Waning political power Waning economic power English French Rising political power Domestic political and religious struggles Competition for resources Urbanization population growth poverty Ottoman Turks Safavid Persia Mughal India Chinese Ming Japanese Tokugawa Domination of world markets Enriched subjects Industrial development Where were the Safavids Between the Ottomans and Mughals Ottomans and Safavids Similarities and Differences Similar Universal empire Nominally allpowerful rule Flexible relations between ruler and subordinate authorities Bloody succession Trade across Eurasia Muslim political thought Different Less uniform bureaucracy Less religious tolerance Enemies of the nomads Shiite SHIA Muslim Shia follower in Arabic follower of Ali Muhammed s soninIaw God appointed prophets God alone appoints successor to prophet Difference from Sunni Muslims Followers Abu Bakr Abdullah ibn Abi Ouhafah fatherinIaw of Muhammed as first caliph Follow different hadith Shah Abbas I 15721629 5th Safavid Shah 3rd son of Shah Mohammad Rises to power in uncertain environment Oizilbash had killed his mother and brother Ottomans and Uzbek Turks taking opportunities to threaten the Persians Oizilbash overthrow Abbas father and place him in charge as puppet at age of 16 Takes back power from Oizilbash with help of diverse population Armenian wealth HST 121 Ryan Ratty 10272015 Georgian Circassian replace Qizilbash in the army War against Ottomans Uzbeks Mughals Portuguese A Diverse Persia Armenians Creation of New Julfa 1606 by Abbas l 150000 Armenians move to New Julfa Specialized in longdistance trade mercantile networks Two main networks Longdistance trade and mercantile networks Armenian Apostolic Church Relationships Financiers and Agents Threats torture hostages Family members of merchants sometimes treated as hostages Peruvian and Mexican silver Manila for Chinese silk and porcelain European silver Ming China 13681644 Hongwu Yongle Chinese Domination Wealth gap between China and world 13 of world population Globalizing market porcelain tea ginsing rhubarb Commerce Largest economy in the world Trade 1567 Haijin lifted 85 of world silver from Peru 40 o Peruvian silver straight to China Acapulco to Spanish Manila Example Zheng clan More silver Japan European arms Opium Privatized manufacturing Tea salt State encouraged goods Cotton agriculture textiles principle buyer government Porcelain Silk Challenges Ecological disasters Floods and famine 1630s Political crises Governance Wanli emperor tension with the administrative mandarins Manchu conquest of China Nurhachi from Aisin Giro clan Not Chinese Han but rather Jurchen tribes Korea Mongols Ming HST 121 Ryan Ratty Qing Dynasty 16441912 Japan Periodization Classical 5381135 Asuka Nara Heian Jidai 10272015 Feudal 11851603 Kamakura Kemmu Restoration Muromachi Azuchi Momoyama Sengoku Jidai Ashikaga shogunate Early Modern 16031868 Tokugawa shogunate Modern 18681945 Meiji Taisho Showa tennis Contemporary 1945present Showa Heisei parliamentary democracy Toward the Tokugawa Bakufu Toyotomi Hideyoshi Warrior of the Sengoku Period Japanese conquest of China Ming via Joseon Korea Occupied Korea Seoul Depleted and military power weakened Battle of Sekigahara Major battle that led to the rise of Shogun Tokugawa leyasu Unofficial beginning of the Tokugawa Bakufu Officially installed in 1603 Tokugawa Expansion The Edo Period Emperor or Shogun Shogun has more power Loyalty to the Tokugawa Shogun Containing the daimyo provincial lords Rankin kotai and the hostage system Foreign Trade Shuinsen 350 armed merchant marines International crew Chinese Dutch Portuguese Japanese Destinations Spanish Manila Siam Thailand Indonesia Malay Vietnam India Mexico Seclusion 16331639 Edicts Regulated Gateways China Korea Dutch