Frontiers of Ottoman Studies, Volume 2

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Colin Imber, Keiko Kiyotaki
I.B.Tauris, Feb 5, 2005 - History - 272 pages
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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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Contents

Introduction Rhoads Murphey
1
Some Remarks upon the Ottoman GeoPolitical Vision
23
Ottoman Accounts of the Hungarian Movements against
37
NonOttoman Documents in the Kadis Courts MoJoviya
63
Calendars and Guidebooks in Greek Language as Sources
91
East is East and West is West and Sometimes the Twain
113
Egyptian and Armenian Schools Where the Ottoman
157
Wakfs in Ottoman Cyprus Netice Yildi
179
Christian Influence and the Advent of
197
Construction of Churches in Ottoman Provinces
211
Work Hazards
225
Consul Charles Blunt
241
Index
255
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Colin Imber is Reader in Turkish at the University of Manchester. Keiko Kiyotaki is Visiting Fellow in Economic History at the London School of Economics and Political Science. Rhoads Murphey is Reader in Ottoman Studies at the University of Birmingham.

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