unit 2 Islamic empire and east asia

Term Definition
Hagia Sophia Orthodox Christian cathedral converted into Muslim mosque by ottoman
goods exported from China along the Silk Road paper, tea, porcelain, and silk
Taj Mahal Mughal tomb representing Indo-Islamic culture
Ottoman expression by their cultural identity calligraphy, manuscript painting, textile weaving
Shogun military of japan who controlled japan samurai and emperor
primary exports of India textiles, spices, and gems
Sinan architect of ottoman hired by gov to do mosques
Qin/Manchu ruling family of China around 1500
Hindu religion of most citizens of the Mughal Empire
country that traded within their empire only japan
Ideas exported from the Middle East/Ottoman Empire medicine, Indo-Arabic numerals, and astronomy
Location of the ottoman Empire crossroads of Asia, Europe, and Africa
enclave/Canton System only allowed to trade in specific cantons
Islam religion of the ottoman and Mughal rulers
Dynastic chinese rulers passing down to family
Istabul ottoman capital meaning "city of Islam"
European nations that were allowed to build ports in Mughal India Portugal, England and Netherlands
isolationism policy of restricting trade outside of empire
Sultan title of the ottoman ruler
india location of the Mughal empire
Products exported from the ottoman empire ceramic and coffee

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