Frontiers of Ottoman Studies, Volume 2
Colin Imber, Keiko Kiyotaki
I.B.Tauris, Feb 5, 2005 - History - 272 pages
This second volume covers Ottoman-European International Relations; Ottoman manuscripts in Europe; Ottoman-European cultural exchange and Christian influence and the advent of the Europeans. The work makes a significant contribution to diplomatic history and international relations; Ottoman geographical knowledge; the nature of Ottoman artistic and cultural aesthetics and the intellectual, cultural, technological and human interactions between the Ottoman world and Europe.
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Calendars and Guidebooks in Greek Language as Sources
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