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Archivum Ottomanicum 26 (2009)
Herausgeber: Hazai, György
Bandnummer: 26 (2009)
Umfang/Format: 320 Seiten
Sprache: Englisch, Französisch, Deutsch
Ausstattung: Buch (Paperback)
Abmessungen: 16,00 × 24,00 cm
Gewicht: 600g
Edition: 1. Print on Demand-Nachdruck
Erscheinungsdatum: 01.01.2009
Preise: 89,00 Eur[D] / 91,50 Eur[A]
ISBN: 978-3-447-09624-9
89,00 Eur

Archivum Ottomanicum concerns itself primarily with Ottoman history and Ottoman philology. However, the editors also welcome articles on subjects related to Ottoman studies in the history and culture of Europe, including in particular Danubian Europe, the Black Sea area and the Caucasus, and in the history and culture of the Arab and the Iranian lands, and Byzantium. The publication of historical documents and records and their interpretation are of special interest.

From the Contents:

- H. Oruç: Christian sipahis in the Bosnian Sandjak (15th century)
- H. Jankowski; Two Crimean Karaim financial registers of the 18th century
- J.-L. Bacqué-Grammont/J.-N. Pasquay: La première description des cotes de la Corse dans des instructions nautiques ottomans, 1521-1526
- R. Murphey: Ottoman imperial identity in the post-foundation area: Coming to terms with the multiculturalism associated with the empire’s growth and expansion, 1450-1650
- M. N. Michael: Allies against the state reorganization: Reactions to the Gülhâne Imperial Rescript in Ottoman Cyprus
- M. Provence: The unruly fringes of empire: Jabal Druze and Jamal Pasha during the Great War
- M. Fóti u.a.: Highlights of the Turkish archive of the Municipal Vikelaia Library – Part I
- E. A. Zachariadou: Faith and necessity: The Cretan War and the Turco-Cretan community
- A. Gündogdu: The Ottomans and the world trade: The projects for the return to historical wealth