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Teaching Ottoman Empire & its long line of sultans

Ottoman Empire & its long line of sultans

Like most other civilizations of the early 18th century, an absolute monarch, called a sultan, ruled the Ottoman Empire. The Ottoman sultans had the power to rule because of their long-standing family dynasty and their position as religious leaders.

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Who could be a ruler in the Ottoman Empire? How else did rulers and people claim power?
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