Fellah and Townsman in the Middle East: Studies in Social History
This volume deals with the history of the "common people" in the Middle East, both villagers and urban dwellers. It investigates some of the characteristic traits of the structure and development of urban and rural society in pre-modern and modern Middle Eastern history.
What people are saying - Write a review
We haven't found any reviews in the usual places.
Other editions - View all
according Ahmad appointed Arab artisans authorities Azhar Baer Bursa Cairo conﬁrm conﬂict countryside Damascus deﬁnitely documents Druze economic Egyptian Guilds eighteenth century established Evliya Evliya Celebi fellah rebellions Fertile Crescent ﬁnd ﬁrman ﬁrst French functions gedik Gibb and Bowen Governor of Hebron Governor of Nablus Hazz Hebron Province ibid Ibrahim inﬂuence instance insurrections Islamic Istanbul Jabal Jabarti Jerusalem Jordanian kethu'da Khazins Kisrawan land Lapidus Law of Vilayets leaders Lebanon London Mamluk mentioned merchants Middle East Middle Eastern Moreover Mubarak Muhammad Muhammad Ali mukhtar multazims Muslim Nablus nineteenth century Nuri ofﬁcial Ottoman Egypt Palestine Pasha peasant rebellions political popular population Porath Qur’an rebels Reﬁk XII reﬂected religious result Seres seventeenth century Shaduf shaykhs Shirbini signiﬁcance Smilianskaya social speciﬁc Studies Syria taxes town traditional Turkish guilds ulama ulamd unrest Upper Egypt urban Vilayets Village Administration village shaykh yig'it