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The Ottoman, Safavid and Mughal empires, which were founded between and , formed the three great Muslim empires of the so-called early-modern period. By the early seventeenth century they controlled territories which stretched from the Balkans and North Africa in the west to Bengal and South India in the east, embracing between and million people. Their marvellous artefacts are much sought after by museums and collectors across the world. Their built environments sustain the tourist industries of the modern states which succeeded them. For non-Muslims these regimes were the supreme expression of Muslim power; the
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The Period of the Gunpowder Empires , also known as the Era of the Islamic Gunpowders , refers to the epoch of the Ottoman , Safavid and Mughal empires from the 16th century to the 18th century. These three empires were among the strongest and most stable economies of the early modern period , leading to commercial expansion, and greater patronage of culture, while their political and legal institutions were consolidated with an increasing degree of centralisation. The empires underwent a significant increase in per capita income and population, and a sustained pace of technological innovation.
This volume is a comprehensive sourcebook of newly translated texts from the Safavid, Ottoman, and Mughal empires of the fifteenth through eighteenth centuries, accompanied by scholarly essays, that aims to provide a new model for the study and teaching of the early modern history of the Near East and India. Linda Komraoff Prestel, forthcoming Hani Khafipour received his doctorate at the University of Chicago. Reviews A.
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Connect to electronic book via Cambridge Core. By the early seventeenth century their descendants controlled territories that encompassed much of the Muslim world, stretching from the Balkans and North Africa to the Bay of Bengal and including a combined population of between and million people. This book is the first comparative study of the politics, religion, and culture of these three empires between and At the heart of the analysis is Islam, and how it impacted on the political and military structures, the economy, language, literature and religious traditions of these great empires. This original and sophisticated study provides an antidote to the modern view of Muslim societies by illustrating the complexity, humanity and vitality of these empires, empires that cannot be reduced simply to religious doctrine. Classmark:
Home Abstracta Iranica Volume 4. Was Safavid Iran an Rudi Matthee. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient , vol. A long bibliography has been appended.