Created by: Michael Morris (Mikeno) S.P.I.C.E
In the Ottoman Empire education was a cornerstone to the Ottoman People. There were different levels of schools in the Ottoman Empire depending on the formal or informal education level your wanted. For people who followed a formal education system, there was a primary school for them, madrasahs (Which was a higher form of education), Enderun school (Which was run by the state servants), and military education institutions (run by the states). For those who wanted to attend informal schools, (run by foundations) they could attend at mosques or libraries.
Also there was four systems of identifications for the Ottoman Empire. There are the Men of the pen, Men of the sword, Men of negotiation, and Men of husbandry. This ranks were based on the type of job your pursued.
Constantinople was a city where the Ottoman Empire declared a "Islamic holy war." The Islamic holy war was declared in November of 1914 and was declared in where the leader of the Ottoman, Sheikh-ul-Islam his Muslim followers to take up arms against Britain, France, Russia, Serbia and Montenegro in WWI.
With Literature, Poetry and literature played a huge role in the Ottoman Empire. Turkish Folk lore began to have an impact on the community and the non-fiction had a strong impact as well.
For the Food in the Ottoman Empire they had coffee, sorbet, raki (Which is an alcoholic beverage), Lokum, candies, kabobs, and macun (A colorful toffee paste.)
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