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The Ottoman Empire was centered around what modern Middle Eastern country?
a) Syria b) Turkey c) Saudi Arabia d) Jordan
What was the highest position in the Ottoman Empire?
a) caliphate b) president c) grand visier d) sultan
What was the highest position in the Ottoman Empire AFTER the sultan?
a) vice president b) caliphate c) grand visier d) sultan
Who was the first sultan of the Ottoman Empire?
a) Kemal Ataturk b) Suleiman the Magnificent c) Mehmed II d) Osman I
Which ruler of the Ottoman Empire conquered Constantinople, even though he only ruled for 2 years?
a) Osman I b) Suleiman the Magnificent c) Ismail Enver d) Mehmed II
Who was the ruler of the Ottoman Empire that is regarded as the greatest Sultan?
a) Osman I b) Suleiman the Magnificent c) Ismail Enver d) Mehmed II
What were the Ottomans NOT known for?
a) mosaic tiling b) calligraphy c) carpet weaving d) coffeehouses
What was the peaceful period that transitioned the focus of the Ottomans to European culture and lifestyle?
a) The Necropolis Period b) The Tulip Period c) The Vienna Period d) The Chaldrian Period
When did the Ottoman Empire begin to show weakness?
a) After Osman I became the first sultan in 1299 b) After the Crimean War in 1853 c) At the end of World War I in 1922 d) After the reign of Suleiman ended in 1566
How long did the Ottoman Empire exist?
a) About 620 years b) About 900 years c) About 520 years d) About 720 years
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