By Ebru Boyar, Kate Fleet
Utilizing a wealth of up to date Ottoman assets, this ebook recreates the social historical past of Istanbul, a big, cosmopolitan city and imperial capital of the Ottoman Empire. Seat of the Sultan and a luxurious overseas emporium, Istanbul was once additionally a urban of violence shaken frequently by means of ordinary mess ups and by way of the turmoil of sultanic politics and violent insurrection. Its population, entertained through imperial festivities and cared for via the good pious foundations which touched each element in their lives, additionally amused themselves within the quite a few excitement gardens and the numerous public baths of the town. whereas the publication is concentrated on Istanbul, it provides a extensive photo of Ottoman society, the way it used to be dependent and the way it constructed and reworked throughout 4 centuries. As such, the publication deals an exhilarating substitute to the extra conventional histories of the Ottoman Empire.
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Extra resources for A Social History of Ottoman Istanbul
Archivio di Stato di Genova (henceforth ASG), San Giorgio Manoscritti Membranacei IV, ff. 21); L. T. Belgrano, ‘Documenti riguardanti la colonia genovese di Pera’, Atti della Società Ligure di Storia della Patria 13 (1877–84), no. 18, pp. 126–7. Kate Fleet, ‘The Treaty of 1387 between Murad I and the Genoese’, Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 56/1 (1993), pp. 13–33. 16 A Social History of Ottoman Istanbul under the terms of which the Genoese beneﬁted from special arrangements when trading in Ottoman territory and the Ottomans received preferential treatment in the Genoese settlement of Pera, opposite Constantinople.
Aşıkpaşazade, Chronik, bab 3, p. 9. 20 A Social History of Ottoman Istanbul states in Anatolia to become the dominant power in the region by the end of the century. They were also helped in this by the luck of location, for they were neither bordered by powerful Turkish states such as Germiyan or Karaman, initially much more important than the Ottomans, nor by the sea, as was the case with the successful commercial states of Aydın and Menteşe, whose territorial expansion was blocked by the Aegean.
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