The Origins of the Ottoman Empire

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SUNY Press, 1992 - History - 155 pages
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Gives the first broad comprehensive account--political, religious, social, and economic--of the Turkish history of Anatolia in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and outlines the major factors that led to the rise of the Ottomans.

  

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Contents

The Question Of The Founding Of The Ottoman Empire And How It Should Be Studied
1
Summary And Criticism
2
B The Conditions Necessary to Study the Problem in a Logical Manner
14
A Review Of The Political And Social History Of Anatolia In The Thirteenth Century And The First Half Of The Fourteenth Century
27
A Major Political Events
28
B Ethnic Factors
42
C A Brief Outline of the Social and Economic History
48
D Intellectual Life
69
A The Tribe of Osman
72
B Life on the Marches
77
C The Early History of the Ottoman State
108
Notes
119
Glossary
135
Bibliography
137
Index
149
Copyright

Life Along The Border And The Founding Of The Ottoman Empire
71

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Gary Leiser is a Middle East Historian, Headquarters, Twenty-Second Air Force at Travis Air Force Base. He has also translated and edited A History of the Seljuks: Ibrahim Kafesogûlu's Interpretation and the Resulting Controversy.

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