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Unit 2

islamic empires and east asia

istanbul ottoman capital meaning "city of islam"
dynastic form of Chinese rule where power is handed down through a family
textiles, spices and gems primary exports of India
shogun military leader of japan who controlled the samurai and dominated the emperor
calligraphy, manuscript painting, textile weaving created by their ottoman to express their cultural identity
ceramics and coffee products exported from the ottoman empire
India location of the mughal empire
medicine, indo-Arabic numerals, and astronomy ideas exported from the middle east/ottoman empire
japan country who traded only within their empire , not at all with foreigners
islam religion of the leaders of the ottoman and mughal rulers
enclave/canton system restricted foreigners and trade to port/coastal areas
location of the ottoman empire crossroads of Asia, europe and africa
taj mahal mughal tomb representing indo-Islamic culture
paper, tea, porcelain and silk goods exported from china along the silk road
hagia sophia orthodox christian cathedral converted into muslim mosque by the ottomans
sultan title of the ottoman ruler
isolationism policy of restricting or cutting diplomatic and trade ties with a nation
Portugal, England and Netherlands European nations allowed to build ports in mughal india
hindu religion of most citizens of the mughal empire
Qing/manchu name of the ruling family of china around 1500
sinan official architect of ottoman hired by government to design mosques
Created by: silvvermoons