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The Persian Empire was founded by Cyrus the Great (550-529 B.C.) and for 200 years, from 550 to 331 B.C., the Persians ruled the ancient world from India to Egypt. The territory west of India was called Persis by the Greeks who later called the entire empire Persia. In 331 B.C. the Persian wars against the Greeks ended disastrously under the counterattacks by Alexander the Great. The name Persia in modern times for the modern country was changed to Iran in 1935. 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Ottoman Empire[edit]. In the Ottoman Empire, and well into the Republic of Turkey of the 20th century, a class of ambulatory ...
Late Ottoman Empire[edit]. Anglican, American Presbyterian and German Lutheran missionaries arrived in the Ottoman Empire in ... Historically, these schools had worked with the Ottoman Empire's Christian communities, and were regarded with suspicion by the ... Sluglett, Peter; Weber, Stefan (2010). Syria and Bilad Al-Sham Under Ottoman Rule: Essays in Honour of Abdul Karim Rafeq. Brill ... After the Ottoman Sultan Mahmud II extended formal recognition to Catholics, an Armenian Catholic Patriarchate was established ...
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Ottoman Empire[edit]. The Ottoman Empire captured Podgorica in 1474. Podgorica became a kaza of the Sanjak of Scutari in 1479. ... As part of the Ottoman Empire until 1878, Podgorica has some examples of Ottoman architecture.[citation needed] The oldest ... which was an economic model established during the long rule of the Ottoman Empire.[citation needed] After World War II, ... became the main Ottoman defensive and attacking bastion in the region. At the beginning of 1474 the Ottoman sultan intended to ...
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... when the Treaty of Karlowitz was signed in order to establish peace between the Austrian Empire and the Ottoman Empire. Another ... so Serbia and Montenegro took advantage of this weakness and attacked the Ottoman Empire in 1876, soon after the Russian Empire ... In the middle of the 15th century, the Ottoman Empire started to conquer Bosnia. In 1451 they took Vrhbosna province and ... the Ottoman Empire and Nation Building. I. B. Tauris. ISBN 978-1-84885-477-2. .. CS1 maint: ref=harv (link). ...
The Jagiellons and the Habsburgs; Ottoman Empire expansion[edit]. Marcin Bielski's chronicle: Hetman Jan Tarnowski during the ... In the south, Poland confronted the Ottoman Empire and the Crimean Tatars, and in the east helped Lithuania fight the Grand ... More destructive Tatar raids instigated by the Ottoman Empire took place in 1498, 1499 and 1500.[18] Diplomatic peace efforts ... At that time, the Ottoman Empire embarked on a fresh round of European conquests and threatened Hungary, which needed the ...
... to the Ottoman Empire (1858-1867), and the Ottoman Response, Based on the Accounts of Contemporary British Observers. Page 16 ... Rosser Owen, Sarah A. S. Isla (2007). "The First 'Circassian Exodus' to the Ottoman Empire (1858-1867), and the Ottoman ... Rosser-Owen, Sarah A. S. Isla (2007). "The First 'Circassian Exodus' to the Ottoman Empire (1858-1867), and the Ottoman ... "The First 'Circassian Exodus' to the Ottoman Empire (1858-1867), and the Ottoman Response, Based on the Accounts of ...
Russia, France and the Ottoman Empire[edit]. One nagging fear was the possible collapse of the Ottoman Empire. It was well ... Historiography of the British Empire. References[edit]. *^ Ferguson, Niall (2004). Empire, The rise and demise of the British ... The Congress of Berlin blocked Russia from imposing the harsh Treaty of San Stefano on the Ottoman Empire.[82] Despite its ... Britain fought the Ottoman Empire, suffering defeats in the Gallipoli Campaign and (initially) in Mesopotamia, while arousing ...
Russian and Ottoman Empire, as well as its proximity to Mosul. During the period leading up to the breakup of the Ottoman ... The first half of the 15th century saw the Van region become a land of conflict as it was disputed by the Ottoman Empire and ... Özoğlu, Hakan (May 1996). "State-Tribe Relations: Kurdish Tribalism in the 16th-and 17th-Century Ottoman Empire". British ... Following the fall of the Parthians and the emergence of the Neo-Persian Empire, better known as the Sassanian Empire,[11] the ...
"Ottoman Empire". In The Oxford Encyclopedia of the Islamic World. Oxford Islamic Studies Online. Retrieved 5 December 2010. " ... "Ottoman Financial Integration with Europe: Foreign Loans, the Ottoman Bank and the Ottoman Public Debt" (PDF). Archived from ... After the Tanzimat reform (1856), aimed to modernize the Ottoman Empire, hatt-ı hümayuns of the routine kind were supplanted by ... Hatt-i humayun (Ottoman Turkish: خط همايون, Turkish: hatt-ı hümayun or hatt-ı hümâyûn), also known as hatt-i sharif (hatt-ı ...
The term was first used in the mid-19th century to describe the Ottoman Empire, but has since been applied at one time or ... John Russell in 1853, in the run up to the Crimean War, quotes Nicholas I of Russia describing the Ottoman Empire as "a sick ... Later, this view led the Allies in World War I to underestimate the Ottoman Empire, leading in part to the disastrous Gallipoli ... According to Temperley, Seymour in a private conversation had to push the Tsar to be more specific about the Ottoman Empire. ...
"Ottoman Empire". Universalium.academic.ru. Retrieved 2017-06-05. Stanford, Shaw. "The Origins of Ottoman Military Reform: The ... He planned to modernize the Ottoman Empire. Prince Selim developed plans for modernizing the Ottoman Army. Selim came to the ... French businessmen invested heavily in the Ottoman Empire and by the late 18th Century, all Roman Catholics in the Ottoman ... After the Peace of Jassy in 1792, which ended the war between the Ottoman Empire and Russia, Selim had hoped to stay out of the ...
By the 19th century the British Empire had formally ended the Mughal dynasty in India. The Ottoman Empire disintegrated after ... Under the Ottoman Empire, Islam spread to Southeast Europe. The Muslims in China who were descended from earlier immigration ... "Ottoman Empire". Oxford Islamic Studies Online. 6 May 2008. Retrieved 26 August 2010. Israeli, Raphael (2002). Islam in China. ... The Mongol Empire put an end to the Abbassid dynasty in 1258. Islam spread with Muslim trade networks and Sufi orders activity ...
The Second Capital of Ottoman Empire: History of the city". Ottoman souvenir. Turkish Ministry of Culture. Retrieved 23 October ... The Bridges of Edirne are a series of bridges from the Ottoman period at Edirne in Turkey, approximately 240 km (150 miles) to ...
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The period of expansion of medieval states on the Balkan and in Macedonia was followed by the occupation of the Ottoman Empire ... the Ottoman Turks finally conquered Skopje in 1392 beginning a 520 years period of Ottoman rule. The Ottomans pronounced the ... Macedonia remained a part of the Ottoman Empire for 500 years, i.e. until 1912 Servia by the Servians, Compiled and Edited by ... "Macedonia :: The Ottoman Empire". Britannica. 2010. Retrieved August 25, 2010. "A brief account of the history of Skopje". ...
Collelo, Thomas (1987). "Syria - Ottoman Empire". Syria: A Country Study. GPO for the Library of Congress. Retrieved 28 ... 1516 - Ottoman Turks in power. 1549 - Homs Sanjak was created as part of Ottoman Aleppo Eyalet. 1579 - Homs is under Ottoman ... Ottoman rule was soon restored. 1864 - Homs became part of Ottoman Syria Vilayet. 1870s - Homs' economic importance was boosted ... 540 BCE - Persian Achaemenid Empire in power (approximate date). 64 BCE - The Emesani dynasty were confirmed in their rule as ...
Migration and the Making of Urban Modernity in the Ottoman Empire and Beyond. London: Routledge, pp. 99-116. Fuccaro, Nelida ( ... Fuccaro, Nelida (2011) 'The Ottoman Frontier in Kurdistan in the Sixteenth and Seventeenth Centuries.' In: Woodhead, Christine ... 2008) 'Between imara, empire and oil: Saudis in the frontier society of the Persian Gulf.' In: Al-Rasheed, M., (ed.), Kingdom ... ed.), The Ottoman World. London: Routledge, pp. 237-250. (Routledge Worlds) Fuccaro, Nelida (2010) 'Pearl Towns and early Oil ...
... was the primary consort of Sultan Bayezid II of the Ottoman Empire. Little is known of Nigar's early life. The Ottoman ... Leslie P. Peirce (1993). The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire. Oxford University Press. pp. 106-107 ... ISBN 978-9-090-26108-9. "Consorts Of Ottoman Sultans (in Turkish)". Ottoman Web Page. Anthony Dolphin Alerson (1956). The ... the capital of the Ottoman Empire, along with his family to ascend the throne. According to Turkish tradition, all princes were ...
Ottoman Empire Ottoman dynasty Peirce, Leslie P., The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire, Oxford ... "Consorts Of Ottoman Sultans (in Turkish)". Ottoman Web Page. Anthony Dolphin Alerson (1956). The Structure of the Ottoman ... Leslie P. Peirce (1993). The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire. Oxford University Press. pp. 106-107 ... Fatma Hatun and Selcuk Hatun of the Ottoman Empire. The parentage of Asporça Hatun is a matter of controversy. According to ...
Fleischer, Cornell H. (July 14, 2014). Bureaucrat and Intellectual in the Ottoman Empire: The Historian Mustafa Ali (1541-1600 ... Raziye Hatun (Ottoman Turkish: راضیه خاتون‎; died in 1597; alias Ayşe) was a lady-in-waiting to Sultan Murad III of the Ottoman ... ISBN 978-1-400-85421-9. Tezcan, Baki (September 13, 2013). The Second Ottoman Empire: Political and Social Transformation in ... ISBN 978-9-004-11242-1. Petruccioli, Attilio (1997). Gardens in the Time of the Great Muslim Empires: Theory and Design. E. J. ...
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... was the second wife of Ottoman Sultan Mahmut II, and the mother of Sultan Abdülmecit I of the Ottoman Empire. Majority of ... Ottoman dynasty Ottoman family tree List of consorts of the Ottoman Sultans Goodwin, Godfrey (2007). The Private World of ... Alan, Palmer (2011). The Decline and Fall of the Ottoman Empire. Faber & Faber. ISBN 978-0-57-127908-1. Schiffer, Reinhold ( ... Like other influential Ottoman women, she was a patron of arts and architecture. Amongst notable structures she commissioned ...
Timurid Empire Shirvanshah Safavid Empire Afsharid dynasty Qajar dynasty Sultanate of Rum Seljuk Empire Ottoman Empire Delhi ... Woodhead, C. (1983). "An Experiment in Official Historiography: The Post of Sehnameci in the Ottoman Empire, c. 1555-1605". ... Chambers, R. L. (2000). The Ottoman Empire; a Chronological Outline. University of Chicago. Daftary, F. "Sectarian and National ... Persian Historiography in the Ottoman Empire". Encyclopaedia Iranica. 12, fasc. 4. 2004. pp. 403-11. Walter, F. "7. The ...
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A kadı was an official in the Ottoman Empire (Arabic: قاضي‎ qāḍī). The term kadi refers to judges who presides over matters in ... Ergene, Bogac (2003). Local Court, Provincial Society and Justice in the Ottoman Empire : Legal Practice and Dispute Resolution ... Inalcik, Halil (1973). The Ottoman Empire The Classical Age 1300-1600. London, Weidenfeld & Nicolson. p. 183. Singer, Amy (1994 ... Kafadar, Cemal (1994). The Ottomans and Europe. EJ Brill. p. 606. van den Booger, Maurits (2005). Capitulations and the Ottoman ...
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  • But how many of them know about the real recent history of the Late Ottoman Empire, and the many innocent people who died during that time? (sott.net)
  • claims that societies like the ones in the Late Ottoman Empire or in Nazi Germany are characterized by mass violence against numerous political, religious or ethnic groups instead of only one. (sott.net)
  • As the quote above suggests, the Young Turk era (1906-1918) of the late Ottoman Empire bore a lot of similarities to Hitler's Germany. (sott.net)
  • In similar fashion, the Late Ottoman Empire, in its desire to create a homogenous empire consisting of only Turks, set out to exterminate different non-Turkish groups: Assyrians, Armenians, Greeks, and Kurds, among others. (sott.net)
  • The genocide of innocent people, simply because of their ethnicity or religious beliefs, by the rulers and agents of the Late Ottoman Empire is horrifying and reminds us of the victims of Nazi atrocities. (sott.net)
  • While a leader with a conscience would spend the time to review his country's history with a critical eye, and would surely put forth the effort to restore and strengthen relationships with communities who were persecuted, Erdoğan appears to do the opposite and continues the practices of the Late Ottoman Empire, albeit covertly in many cases. (sott.net)
  • These records have not drawn scholars' attention until now, but they can provide valuable sources for a social history of people from modest background in the late Ottoman Empire. (openedition.org)
  • During this time, major atrocities were committed by the Ottoman government against the Armenians, Assyrians and Pontic Greeks. (wikipedia.org)
  • While some Kurds joined Ottoman soldiers in murdering, raping and looting Armenians, some Kurdish groups such as the Alevis from Dersim [today Tunceli Provence, Turkey] gave refuge to Armenians. (sott.net)
  • Slavery was an important part of Ottoman society until the Ottoman Empire forbade the slavery of Caucasians (including Georgians, Armenians, and Circassians) in the early 19th century. (connexions.org)
  • There is one large fault in this happy vision: the attempted genocide of the Armenians begun under full Ottoman power in 1895 and nearly completed as the empire was falling apart during World War One. (notesonliberty.com)
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