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Ottoman Empire

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San
Francisco Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Empire originated near the city of Constantinople on the Anatolian peninsula which was the capital of the Byzantine Empire founded by Osman I. Resources Shaw, Stanford J. "Ottoman Empire." Grolier Multimedia Encyclopedia. Grolier Online, 2013. Web. 22 May. 2013. Geography The Ottoman Empire expanded to great lengths during it's existence. It started as nothing more than a small area of land on the north Anatolian Peninsula and expanded to Northern Africa, the Balkans, and much of the Middle East. Religion The primary religion of the Ottoman Empire was Islam. However, they were religiously diverse with Christians and Jews. They were fairly tolerant of the religious beliefs of others. Political The Ottoman Empire was run by a small ruling class with the sultan in the highest position. Interestingly, the Ottomans allowed their subjects to live under the laws of their own separate religions. Economy The Ottoman Empire put a strong focus on industrialization. They focused on developing many cities into commercial and industrial centers. They also developed trade routes within their empire. Nick Kuntzler
Zack Sanders
Hayden Leask Social The Ottoman empire consisted of Muslims, Christians, and Jews. The Christians and Jews were allowed to have their own faiths, but they were treated as second class citizens and inferior to Muslims. It should be noted that this is a much better policy of religious tolerance than in the past. The military segregated out Christians from the other soldiers into an elite force called the Janissaries. Society in the Ottoman Empire was somewhat segregated for the most part. Ottoman look at your strife
you're a lot like the Romans
Ottoman look at your strife
you're a lot like the Romans

Ottoman look at your strife
622
it's amazing how fast you grew
made a Muslim paradise
even despite the coups

Land lost, at such a cost,
outlive many things
that have been lost
like a sail that wont be cast
sailing home to you

Ottoman take a look at your strife
you're a lot like the Romans
I need someone to trade with me
the whole day through
one look at Suleiman
and you can tell that's true

pretty jewels, look at Istanbul
Byz around the same old town
you never developed
so you enveloped
a chain of bad command

Ottoman take a look at your strife
your a lot like the Romans
I need someone to trade with me
the whole day through
one look at Suleiman
and you can tell that's true

Ottoman look at your strife
you're a lot like the Romans
ottoman look at your strife
you're a lot like the Romans Song
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