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Q: The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal were formed as Islamic empires after the spread of Islam. Please select the best answer from the choices provided T F
A: the common characteristics are; traditional military reliance on cavalry, inward orientation, and multilinguistic . [ Some characteristics of the Ottoman Empire are the growth primarily by land conquest, Ottoman society was dominated by the military, and the tribal Turkish tradition of ghazi warriors. The Safavid Empire was predominantly Shi'ite. The Mughal Empire was Hindu majority ruled by
Muslim minority, and they had no naval or merchant ships, they relied on English and Dutch ships for trade. ]
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true or false? The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal were formed as Islamic empires after the spread of Islam.
Weegy: the common characteristics are; traditional military reliance on cavalry, inward orientation, and multilinguistic . [ Some characteristics of the Ottoman Empire are the growth primarily by land conquest, Ottoman society was dominated by the military, and the tribal Turkish tradition of ghazi warriors. The Safavid Empire was predominantly Shi'ite. The Mughal Empire was Hindu majority ruled by Muslim minority, and they had no naval or merchant ships, they relied on English and Dutch ships for trade. ] (More)
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The Ottoman, Safavid, and Mughal were formed as Islamic empires after the spread of Islam.TRUE.
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