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İsmail Hakkı Kadı, Istanbul Medeniyet University
This study analyses the dynamics between the non-Muslim merchant elites of Ankara and Izmir (mostly Greeks and Armenians) and their European competitors in the eighteenth century, particularly the mohair trade in Ankara, and Ottoman infiltration of the Dutch trade between Amsterdam and Izmir.
Edited with an Introduction, Translation and Annotations by Hakan T. Karateke, University of Chicago
Evliyā Çelebī’s Journey from Bursa to the Dardanelles and Edirne is an edition and translation of the relevant section from Evliyā’s Book of Travels detailing the 29-day journey he undertook in the autumn of 1659 from Bursa to Edirne via the Dardanelles strait.
Edited with commentary and introduction by Nurettin Gemici. Translation of the Ottoman Turkish text by Robert Dankoff.
Evliyā Çelebī, travelled to Medina as part of his pilgrimage. This book presents Evliyā's account of the places he visited and of life in the city of Medina in the seventeenth century.
Edited with translation, commentary and introduction by Robert Dankoff and Robert Elsie
This volume includes a critical edition and annotated translation of Evliya Çelebi's descriptions of Albania and adjacent regions, extracted from his Seyāhatnāme or Book of Travels. It is a source of major importance for our knowledge of the region in the seventeenth century.
Partial edition of the ten-volume Book of Travels (Seyāḥat-nāme
Jan Schmidt, University of Leiden
The present catalogue is the fourth and final volume in a series that covers the Turkish manuscripts preserved in public libraries and museums in the Netherlands. This volume gives detailed descriptions of Turkish manuscripts in minor Dutch collections, found in libraries and museums in Leiden, ...
This catalogue decribes in a detailed and systematic way the rich and varied collection of Turkish manuscripts preserved in the John Rylands University Library in Manchester.
Edited by R. Dankoff
Outright Purchase Price€8,500.00 $11,390.00
Advisors: Jan Schmidt, Leiden University and Arnoud Vrolijk, Leiden University Libraries
This online publication consists of 140 volumes from the Warner Collection, totaling 45,809 pages of Ottoman Turkish, Arabic, and Persian texts. All these manuscripts were acquired by the great scholar Levinus Warner during his stay in Istanbul from 1644 until his death in 1665.
Edited by Maria Pia Pedani, based on the materials compiled by Alessio Bombaci †
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