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Transcript of Empires

Sunni Islam Goverment: 1281-1326(first) Osman I 1918-1922(last) Mehmed VI 1320-1331 Aladin Pasha 1920-1922 Ahmed Pasha Ottoman Empire
(1299-1923) Money Akche Kurush Lira Sultani
Important Leaders Language 3 influential languages Turkish, Persian,Arabic Arabic Turkish Persian Ming Empire
(1368-1644) Art:
Inventions Gun Powder The Ming-Kotte War was between the Ming Dynasty and the Kingdom of Kotte Language: Chinese Art monarchy War themes and portraits. Daily Life Ming emperors ruled an empire that was largely Chinese. As Manchurians they were outnumbered 30-1. In order to keep their control over the empire they reserved important government posts for Manchurians. They also maintained an army that was almost entirely Manchurian. Location It was located in south west Asia Trade They traded silk, silver,bronze, clay.
porcelaine wars Mughal empire
1526-1858) Government:
Monarchy Climate: mostly hot, dry desert; History he Mughal Empire, was an empire in Asia which existed from 1526 to 1857. When it was biggest it ruled most of the Indian subcontinent, then known as Hindustan, and parts of what is now Afghanistan and modern Pakistan, between 1526 and 1707. Babur founded the Mughal Empire in 1526 and ruled until 1530. He was followed by Humayun (1530-1540) and (1555-1556), Akbar (1556-1605), Jahangir (1605-1627), Shah Jahan (1627-1658) and Aurangzeb (1658-1707). After the death of Aurangjeb, the Mughal Empire became weak. It continued until 1857. Food All of the Mughal food is spicy even soups are. Transportation Horses and Mostly elephants. Achitecture Mughal architecture is a characteristic of Indo-Islamic-Persian style that flourished on the Indian subcontinent during the Mughal empire (1526–-1857). Politics Qing Empire The Manchus changed their ways to be more like the Chinese in order to rule them better. The Manchus started wearing Chinese clothes and writing in Chinese. They began to enjoy Chinese food and art. Holidays Spring Festival(Chinese New Year) visit family members January 1st March 3rd Shangsi Festival (Womens Day) Interaction of People Qianlong Emperor made Manchus ride horses and shoot bows and arrows so that they would remember where they came from. The Chinese people used different types of clothes like maccukau,konaha,schinin and sakahn. Exchange of ideas The Qing Emperors borrowed ideas from the Chinese emperors. Region/Map
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