He was a safavid who ruled in a great time of economic development, but after he died, his empire declined, finally ending in 1736
He was the greatest Mughal emperor who took the throne at age 13
He was a descendent of the Mongol leader Timur who attacked the sultante of Delhi and eventually occupied Delhi and its surrounding region
he brought all of modern Iran and part of present-day Iraq under his rule
became sultan in 1444 and conquered constantinople in 1453, renamed it istanbul, and made it the ottoman capital
he had great success fighting the Byzantines, his tribe members were called Ottomans
the safavids were descended from him
he was the Mughal ruler who is best known for the construction of the taj mahal
he was the greatest ottoman sultan who brought the ottoman empire to it's height
warriors for Islam; Turkish soldiers who were the first ottomans
highly trained troop of slave soldiers for ottoman sultans
military army developed by the safavids to fight for political power
separate, self-governed religious minorities within the ottoman empire
indian warrior princess who began challenging turkish muslims control in india in the 1500s
masses of ordinary subjects in ottoman society
religion based on teh teachings of nanak, and indian mystic in the 1500s, who tried to unite the Hindu and muslim religions
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