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great Ottoman-Turkish civilization

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Published by Yeni Turkiye in Ankara .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Turkey -- History -- Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918.,
  • Turkey -- Civilization -- 1288-1918.,
  • Turkey -- Politics and government.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementeditor-in-chief Kemal Çiçek. Vol.1, Politics.
    ContributionsÇiçek, Kemal.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationxxvi, 754 p.,[60] p. of plates :
    Number of Pages754
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18557987M

    1. Ottoman Turkish is used here to mean the Turkish language as found in written records of the area controlled by the Ottoman Empire (ca. to ) and in use in Turkey from until the adoption of the Roman alphabet (officially introduced in ). Ottoman Turkish covers Turkish written in the Arabic alphabet and in other non-RomanFile Size: KB. Islamic world - Islamic world - Migration and renewal (–): During this period, migrating peoples once again played a major role, perhaps greater than that of the Arabs during the 7th and 8th centuries. No other civilization in premodern history experienced so much in-migration, especially of alien and disruptive peoples, or showed a greater ability to assimilate as well as .

    Although the lands of Turkey have been home to a series of major civilizations throughout thousands of years, without doubt, the last civilization, Ottoman Empire has left the largest legacy. In fact, far beyond a mere legacy, the Turkish Republic is widely regarded as a continuation of the Ottoman Empire and thus cultural and political. HISTORIANS OF THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE C. Kafadar H. Karateke C. Fleischer T. composed five historical works in Ottoman Turkish, the first three dedicated to Mur d III and the last two to Me˛med III. Four texts are eye-witness accounts in the C. Kafadar H. Karateke C. Fleischer.

    Professor Stanford J. Shaw () was one of the most active and prolific Ottoman historians of his time. Written over a period of more than forty years, the articles selected for this volume demonstrate the evolution of Shaw’s research interests, from landholding in Ottoman Egypt to Jews in the Turkish Republic.   The Ottoman Empire reached its peak between and , during the reign of Suleiman the Magnificent. This period was marked by great power, stability and wealth.


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