M_M13
  • M_M13
Süleyman was an Ottoman emperor who created a code of laws for his empire. A. True B. False
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  • chestercat
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anonymous
  • anonymous
I think it's B, sorry if it's wrong. I'm TORN between the 2.
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
It would be true. Suleiman I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire was called al-Qanuni, meaning Law-Giver, by his subjects explicitly because he established a complex and detailed legal code for the Ottoman Empire. The primary basis for most laws in the code was Shari'a or the Islamic Legal Tradition, but there were some laws based on Roman or Byzantine edicts.
anonymous
  • anonymous
It's False.

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DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
no its not @ehvx
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
Suleiman was called al-Qanuni, meaning Law-Giver. what is false about that?
anonymous
  • anonymous
Alright. Get it wrong then!
DarrenMadx
  • DarrenMadx
if your going to say someone s wrong, bring prove

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