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24-7-custom-writing-serviceNon Western Empires Essay

Non Western Empires Assignment

 

In the late 15th century and throughout the 16th century, there are a number of states that expanded rapidly. This era marked a period eminently referred to as the, ‘Age of gun powder kingdoms’, which completely changed the balance of power in the Islamic states. One of the most significant sovereignty were Spain, Portugal, the Ottoman Empire, Mughal Empire and the Safavid Empire (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). Similar change in dominion was also witnessed in regions such as Ming (Qing) China, Tokugawa (Japan), France, Romanov Russia and England (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). In this paper, key focus shall be narrowed down to the Ottoman Empire and Safavid Empire. Objectively, the study seeks to compare and contrasts these two kingdoms.

In 857/1453 a group of Turkish combatants prominently known as the ghazis overthrew Constantinople (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). They also ended the rulership of Byzantines which had lasted for eleven years. It was this defeat of the Constantinople that paved way for the diffusion of the Islamic rule into Southern Europe (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). Additionally, the conquest brought with it vast prestige to the conquistador, the clan of Uthman (Osman). During this era, Muhammad, who was the leader of the Turkish clan, earned the title, ‘Conqueror’ since he accomplished what several Muslims had tried to achieve and failed over the last eight centuries (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). The expansion of the kingdom was further advanced by the successors of Muhammad, who dominion extended to both Anatolia and Balkans.

In 923/1517 the subsequent warriors of the kingdom overthrew the Egyptian Mamluks extending their dominion in Syria (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). Suddenly, the Osman family had acquired for themselves a domain that was similar in scope and size as the pre-Islamic Byzantine Empire. The term ‘Ottomans’ was contrived from the Europeans in reference to the Osman family. By this time, the Ottomans dominated over colossal number of Turkish armies and non-Muslims subordinates, who perceived as a terror in Europe (Adler & Pouwels, 2011). The heart of the Ottoman Empire was found in Istanbul at the Topkapi region.................GET A PLAGIARISM FREE COPY