The Origins of the Ottoman Empire
In The Origins of the Ottoman Empire, Köprülü criticized as unscientific the prevailing Western explanations of the origins of the Ottoman Empire. Leiser's translation from the Turkish reveals Köprülü's modern historiographic method, and his unique contribution in describing the nature of the relevant Muslim sources. Using these and other references, Köprülü gave the first broad comprehensive account--political, religious, social, and economic--of the Turkish history of Anatolia in the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries, and outlined the major factors that led to the rise of the Ottomans.
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The Question Of The Founding Of The Ottoman Empire And How It Should Be Studied
Summary And Criticism
B The Conditions Necessary to Study the Problem in a Logical Manner
A Review Of The Political And Social History Of Anatolia In The Thirteenth Century And The First Half Of The Fourteenth Century
A Major Political Events
B Ethnic Factors
C A Brief Outline of the Social and Economic History
D Intellectual Life
Life Along The Border And The Founding Of The Ottoman Empire
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