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L'empire Ottoman du XVIe au XVIIIe siècle : administration, économie, société /
Robert Mantran.
imprint
London : Variorum Reprints, 1984.
description
[340] p. in various pagings. --
ISBN
086078150X :
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imprint
London : Variorum Reprints, 1984.
isbn
086078150X :
catalogue key
2960842
 
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Summaries
Long Description
United by a common interest in the institutions, the social life and the commercial activities of the Ottoman empire in its heyday, these studies fall into three sections. The first concentrates upon Istanbul, the heart of the empire; the second covers the dealings between the Ottomans and foreign traders, amongst whom the Venetians held a prime position. Robert Mantran then turns to the Arabic provinces of the empire, examining their relations with the central government. In particular, he looks at Northern Africa, the history of which in the Ottoman period remains too little studied, and yet for which - as for other aspects of Ottoman history - there still exists a wealth of unexplored documentary information.
Table of Contents
Préface
Règlements fiscaux ottomans: la police des marchés de Stamboul
Un document sur l'ihtisab de Stamboul, fin XVIIe s.
Le milieu urbain et social à Istanbul: Les activités économiques
Minoritaires, métiers et marchands étrangers à Istanbul
Venise, centre d'informations sur les Turcs
L'écho de la bataille de Lépante à Constantinople
La bataille de Lépante vue par un chroniqueur ottoman
La navigation vénitienne et ses concurrentes en Méditerranée orientale
L'Empire ottoman et le commerce asiatique
La transformation du commerce au XVIIIe s.
Règlements fiscaux ottomans: la province de Bassora (2e moitié du XVIe s.)
L'évolution des relations entre la Tunisie et l'Empire ottoman, XVIe-XIXe siècle
Algérie turque et Sahara
Le statut de l'Algérie, de la Tunisie et de la Tripolitaine dans l'Empire ottoman
Index
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