How Did The Ottoman Empire Influence The Egyptian Empire

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Hungary.) Another army attacked the Turks but was again defeated by Murad II at the Second Battle of Kosovo in 1448.
Mehmed also known as the Conqueror (son of Murad II,) reorganized the occupied state and the military, than conquered Constantinople in 1453. Mehmed allowed the Orthodox Church to maintain as a separate in exchange for accepting Ottoman authority. (Much like Napoleon did hundreds of years later) Bad relations between the states of western Europe and the Byzantine Empire, most if not all of the Orthodox people accepted Ottoman rule as to Venetian rule. Albanian resistance was a major obstacle to Ottoman expansion on the Italian peninsula
In the 15th and 16th centuries, the Ottoman Empire prospered under the rule of a line of committed and effective Sultans. It also gained economical success because to its control of the major overland trade routes between Europe and Asia. (Which lead to many Western European kingdoms to “explore” new routes to Asia)
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Selim I established Ottoman rule in Egypt, (Which lead to the spread of Islam in Northern and Western Africa because Muslims were not taxed as heavily as the kuffar or nonbeliever) and created a naval presence on the Red Sea.
After this Ottoman expansion, the Portuguese Empire and the Ottoman Empire kept competing to see who would become the dominant power in the region. Suleiman the Magnificent captured Belgrade in 1521, conquered parts of the Kingdom of Hungary as part of the Ottoman Hungarian Wars. He established Ottoman rule in the territory of present day Hungary and other Central European territories. He then laid tried to take control of Vienna in 1529, but failed. recovered and then tried to get
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