3 2 Essay

Submitted By Lynnette-Murry
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Lynette Murry

Course: History 118

Professor Rebecca Clayborn

November 14, 2014

3.2 Essay 1: Global Interdependence

The Mughal Empire is known as a “gunpowder empire.” The word "Mughal" is the Indo-Aryan version of "Mongol.", he Mughal Empire was a powerful North Indian Muslim state, founded in the early 16th century by Babur, a Timurid prince because Mughal missions are mainly focused around conquering and vassalising the other Indian states, as well as defeating Persia and England should they begin to pose a threat, In-game, the Mughals may be selected in a later historical start or formed by any
Iranian or Central Asian state. They also occasionally appear (ahistorically) from rebels in the Timurid
Empire, and At its height in the early 18th century, the empire controlled almost all of the Indian subcontinent. First, he Mughal Empire was a powerful North Indian Muslim state, founded in the early 16th

century by Babur, a Timurid prince because Mughal missions are mainly focused around conquering

and vassalising the other Indian states, as well as defeating Persia and England should they begin to

pose a threat.

In-game, the Mughals may be selected in a later historical start or formed by any Iranian or

Central Asian state. They also occasionally appear (ahistorically) from rebels in the Timurid Empire.

The definition of (ahistorically) is not concerned with or related to history, historical development, or

tradition an ahistorical attitude historically inaccurate or ignorant an ahistorical version of events

The Mughal Empire was a powerful North Indian Muslim state, founded in the early 16th

century by Babur, a Timurid prince is At its height in…