The Ottoman Empire: Conquest, Organization and EconomyКНИГИ » ИСТОРИЯ
Название: The Ottoman Empire: Conquest, Organization and Economy Автор: Halil Inalcik Издательство: Variorum Reprints Год: 1978 Формат: pdf Страниц: 364 Для сайта:Mirknig.su Размер: 12.1 Мб Язык: English
The papers selected here are designed to present in one volume the results of research in the Ottoman archives on such questions as how the Ottomans made and organized their conquests to build up one of the longest living empires in world history; what were the characteristics of its socio-economic structure; and how, as a result of the military and economic impact of its unyielding rival, Christian Europe, this basically medieval Islamic structure began to disintegrate.
I Ottoman Methods of Conquest 104—129 II The Problem of the Relationship Between Byzantine and Ottoman Taxation 237-242 III The Conquest of Edirne (1361) 185—210 IV Land Problems in Turkish History 221-228 V The Turkish Impact on the Developmentof Modern Europe 51 _58 VI The Policy of Mehmed II Toward the Greek Population of Istanbul and the Byzantine Buildings of the City 231 —249 VII Suleiman the Lawgiver and Ottoman Law 105—138 VIII Ottoman Policy and Administration in Cyprus after the Conquest 5-23 IX Lepanto in the Ottoman Documents 185-192
X The Ottoman Economic Mind and Aspects of the Ottoman Economy 207-218 XI Bursa and the Commerce of the Levant 131 — 147 XII Capital Formation in the Ottoman Empire 97-140 XIII The Ottoman Decline and Its Effects Upon the Reaya. 338—354 XIV The Socio-Political Effects of the Diffusion of Fire-Arms in the Middle East 195—217 XV The Nature of Traditional Society; Turkey 42—63 XVI Application of the Tanzimat and its Social Effects 3—33