Empires Essay

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  • The Spanish Empire, And The Empire Of The Portuguese Empire

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    Portugal: In existence for nearly six centuries, the Portuguese Empire was one of the largest and longest-lived empires in the world and the first colonial empire of the Renaissance. Portugal’s colonization style followed two basic patterns: in Asia, the Portuguese conquered cities, then monopolize trade; whereas in Africa and the Americas, they occupied expansive territories where European political organization was imposed on existing indigenous societies. The royal crown withheld strict control

  • The Mongol Empire And The Empire Of The Mongol Empire

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    Mongols Chinggis Khan founded the Mongol Empire in 1206 A.D. this was the rise of nomadic pastoral societies in the north. The Mongol’s established the largest contiguous empire in the Neolithic era. The Mongol Empire was notable for their military power, their diplomatic protection, and safe travel. These notable features aided the growth and expansion of the empire. The Mongols conquest left a trail of blood and destruction. For a century, the Mongol Empire cultivated for the first-time East-West

  • The Ottoman Empire And The Empire

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    Ottoman Empire The Ottoman Empire is known as one of the longest lasting and influential empires in world history. The first reason why the Ottoman Empire culture led to a well organized empire was because of its social class. there social level could had changed anytime, but Its territories extended to the eastern Roman Empire, the northern Balkans and to the north of the Black Sea coast. The empire began around the 13th century and its ruling was long and includes the period of the World War

  • The Empire Of The Persian Empire

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    After, Cyrus was able to invade and take Sardis successfully. This victory over Lydia was significant in aiding the development and expansion of the Persian empire. There were important social, economic, and cultural implications due to the organization of classical Persian empire territories. There was a rise and fall of the Persian empire, an imperial society

  • The Mongol Empire And The Empire

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    fit all these words was the Mongol Empire, the mightiest and biggest Empire in the world. Mongols were nomads from north of the Gobi Desert. They were first ruled by Genghis Khan, which means "Universal Ruler". Temuchin, which is Genghis ' birth name, lived a rough early life. His father was poisoned by an enemy. When older, he decided to unite all the Mongol clans under one empire, making him one of the most powerful people of all time (BK Essay). The Mongol empire lasted for only 40 years, 1260-1300

  • The Empire Of The Persian Empire

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    Achaemenid Persia was one of the first and the greatest empires of the Fertile Crescent and beyond, as such, they would come into contact with diverse groups of people, one of which is the Jews of Judea. The Persian Empire is one of the few empires depicted in the Tanach, or Hebrew Bible, as favorable. This being so, it can still be difficult to assert who the Persians, their kings, and their land were in the eyes of the Jews. The stories and depictions of the kings and land do not always agree on

  • The Empire Of The Persian Empire

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    Achaemenid Persia was one of the first and greatest empires of the Fertile Crescent and beyond, as such, they would come into contact with diverse groups of people, one of which is the Jews of Judea. The Persian Empire is one of the few empires depicted in the Tanach, or Hebrew Bible, as favorable. This being so, it can still be difficult to assert who the Persians, their kings, and their land were in the eyes of the Jews. The stories and depictions of the kings and land do not always agree on the

  • Comparing The Empires Of The Mongolian Empire And The Roman Empire

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    For many years, the Roman Empire was considered the most dominant empire ever, but they were easily passed by the Mongolian Empire hundreds of years later. The Mongols were a vast Empire spread all across Asia and become dominant under the ruling of Genghis Khan, and the Romans were a vast Empire spread across Europe. The Mongols first started in 1279 and a huge line of successors was born, each leading their empire to greatness. They were able to build a huge empire and dictatorship and conquer

  • The Ottoman Empire : The Fall Of The Ottoman Empire

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    The Ottoman Empire was one of the greatest empires to ever reign in history. It is widely recognized as being one of the most advanced and inclusive empires especially in the first half of its existence. The Ottomans were ahead of the Europeans in just about every aspect of civilization for a few centuries. They were constantly defeating the militaries of the Europeans until the Battle of Lepanto in 1571. The Ottomans were a formidable force in the area for a long period of time. In the nineteenth

  • The Empire Of The Ottoman Empire

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    Three of the greatest empire in the history the ottomans in turkey, the Safavids in Persia and the Mughals in the Indian subcontinent emerged in the Muslim world between the 14th and the 18th centuries. These three greatest empire resulted in a powerful cultural interaction. The empires expanded their power and thus Turkish, Mongol and Arab ways of life blended. It resulted in a flowering of Islamic culture that raised higher in the 16th centuries. The empires ruled through Islamic Sariah’s. They

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