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How did the conclusion of the Crusades and weakening of the Holy Roman Empire in the 13th century affect the Ottoman Empire?

the ottoman empires economey collapsed, resulting in a civil war between sunni and shiite factions throuout the middle east

the ottoman emprie was abble to defeat the persian empire and gain new teritories in present day tibelt an nepal

the ottoman empire was abble to seize control of the eastern orthodox church is russia, resulting in war between russian christians and muslims

the ottoman empire was able to conquere northern africa, including all of eguipt, most of the middle east, and eventually constantiople, renameing it istanibul

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  3. thank you guys

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