The Nature of the Early Ottoman State
State University of New York Press, 1 февр. 2012 г. - Всего страниц: 210
A revisionist interpretation of the early origins of the Ottoman Empire.
Drawing on surviving documents from the fourteenth and fifteenth centuries, The Nature of the Early Ottoman State provides a revisionist approach to the study of the formative years of the Ottoman Empire. Challenging the predominant view that a desire to spread Islam accounted for Ottoman success during the fourteenth-century advance into Southeastern Europe, Lowry argues that the primary motivation was a desire for booty and slaves. The early Ottomans were a plundering confederacy, open to anyone (Muslim or Christian) who could meaningfully contribute to this goal. It was this lack of a strict religious orthodoxy, and a willingness to preserve local customs and practices, that allowed the Ottomans to gain and maintain support. Later accounts were written to buttress what had become the self-image of the dynasty following its incorporation of the heartland of the Islamic world in the sixteenth century.
Heath W. Lowry is Atatürk Professor of Ottoman and Modern Turkish Studies at Princeton University and the author of Studies in Defterology: Ottoman Society in the Fifteenth and Sixteenth Centuries.
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1 The Debate to Date
His Utilization of Ahmedis Iskendername
His Utilization of the 1337 Bursa Inscription
4 What Could the Terms Gaza and Gazi Have Meant to the Early Ottomans?
5 Toward a New Explanation
6 Christian Peasant Life in the FifteenthCentury Ottoman Empire
7 The Last Phase of Ottoman SyncretismThe Subsumption of Members of the ByzantoBalkan Aristocracy into the Ottoman Ruling Elite
8 The Nature of the Early Ottoman State
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