The Ottoman Empire

Author: Eman M. Elshaikh

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The Ottoman Empire by Eman M. Elshaikh is a brief historical overview of the Ottoman Empire's expansion, military power, socio-political structure, and cultural influences. It provides insights into the empire's religious dynamics, social hierarchies, and connections with other empires

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