Compare And Contrast The Ottoman And Safavids

Words: 202
Pages: 1

In the sixteenth century three new empires emerged, the Safavid, The Ottoman, and the Mughal dynasties. After the black death and the raids from the mongol empire the dynasties had to bring order back to their society. The dynasties had to decide what elements of their society to embrace ad what to abandon. Through this, The Ottoman began to be more flexible about their language policy, and in politics the ottomans allowed regional autonomy. Eventually after conflict and disagreement The Ottomans began to train men to become soldiers and bureaucrats.

Unlike the Ottomans the Safavids did not tolerate diversity. The Safavids were supporters of Shiism and were the most religious out of the three dynasties. Because of this intolerance the Safavids