The Ottoman and Safavid Empires, 1500-1750

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By the later 1500s the Ottoman Empire included large parts of western Asia, southeastern Europe, southern Russia, and North Africa. The Ottomans’ major rivals, the Safavids, controlled Persia and parts of Iraq, the Caucasus, Afghanistan, and Central Asia. By the later 1500s the Ottoman Empire included large parts of western Asia, southeastern Europe, southern Russia, and North Africa. The Ottomans’ major rivals, the Safavids, controlled Persia and parts of Iraq, the Caucasus, Afghanistan, and Central Asia. ©Cengage Learning This image may be used for personal, non-commercial purposes only.

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Gale Document Number: GALE|YHQDEX316545447