The Ottoman Empire: Myths, Realities and Black Holes

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ISBN / ISSN: 9754283222
Basım yılı ve yeri: 2006 / İstanbul
Dil: İngilizce
Cilt Tipi: Karton kapak
Kondisyon: Yeni
Ürün Boyutları: 240 x 160 mm
Ürün Ağırlığı: 550 gr

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Contributions in Honour of Colin Imber



380 s, İngilizce.



Preface by Eugenia Kermeli & Oktay Özel

"Colin Imber, Historian of the Ottoman State" by Colin Heywood



Contributions:




  • Rosemary Morris, The epoptês Thomas at work 

  • Keith Hopwood, Nicaea and her Eastern Neighbours 

  • Heath W. Lowry, Some Thoughts on the Meaning of Gaza and Akın in Early Ottoman Usage 

  • Oktay Özel, The Transformation of Provincial Administration in Anatolia: Observations on Amasya from 15th to 17th Centuries 

  • Kenan İnan, On the Sources of Tursun Bey's Tarih-i Ebu'l Feth 

  • Evgeni Radushev, The First Ottoman Conquest of Buda in 1526, and the History of a Jewish Family

  • Leslie Peirce, In search of the Harem. Sexual Crime and Social Space in Ottoman Royal Law of the 15th and 16th Centuries 

  • Christine Woodhead, 'Scribal chaos' Observations on the Post of Re'isülküttab in the Late Sixteenth Century

  • Linda Darling, Mediterranean Borderlands: Early English Merchants in the Levant

  • Gilles Veinstein, Le statut de musta'min, entre droit et politique

  • Rossitsa Gradeva, On Zimmis and Church Buildings: Four Cases from Rumeli

  • Nicolas Vatin, Comment on garde un secret: note confidentielle du grand-vizir Sokollu Mehmed Paşa en septembre 1566

  • Daniel Panzac, De la guerre de Chypre à la guerre de Crète: un entracte en Méditerranée (1572-1645) 

  • Eugenia Kermeli, Children Treated as Commodity in Ottoman Crete

  • Colin Heywood, The Shifting Chronology of the Chyhyryn (Çehrin) Campaign (1089/1678) According to the Ottoman Literary Sources, and the Problem of the Ottoman Calendar

  • Edith Gülçin Ambros and Jan Schmidt, A Cossack Adopted by the Forty Saints: an Original Ottoman Story in the Leiden University Library 

  • Palmira Brummet, Ottoman Cartoon Maps: Imagining Space, Identity, and Nation in the Istanbul Popular Press, 1908-1913 

  • F. A. K. Yasamee, Ottoman War Planning and the Balkan Campaign of October-December 1912 

  • Çiğdem Balım, Writing Alternative Histories: Aitmatov's The Day Lasts More Than a Hundred Years


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