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Unit 2

Islamic Empire & East Asia

Ideas exported from the Middle East/ Ottoman Empire Medicine, Indo-Arabic, & astronomy
Products exported from the Middle East/ Ottoman Empire Ceramics & coffee
Primary Exports of India Textiles, spices & gems
Ottoman capital meaning ' City of Islam' Istabul
Religion of the leader of the Ottoman Empire & Mughal rulers Islam
Mughal tomb representing Indo- Islamic culture Taj Mahal
Title of Ottoman Empire ruler Sultan
Religion of the most citizens of the Mughal Empire Hindu
European nations allowed to build ports in Mughal India Portugal, England & netherlands
Restricted foreigners and trade to port/coastal areas Enclaves/canton system
Created by their Ottoman to express their cultural identity Calligraphy, manuscript painting, textiles weaving
Orthodox Christian cathedral converted into Muslim mosque by the Ottoman Hagia Sophia
Location of the Ottoman Empire Crossroads of Asia , Europe and Arica
Official architecture of Ottoman hired by government to design mosques Sinan
Country who traded only within their empire, not at all with foreigners japan
location of the Mughal Empire india
military leader or japan who controlled the samurai & dominated the the emperor Shogun
Form of Chinese ruler where ppower is handed down through a family Dynastic
Name of the ruling family of china around 1500 Qing/Manchu
policy of restricting or cutting diplomatic & trade ties with a nation isolationism
Goods exported from China along the Silk road Paper, tea, porcelain & silk
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