Suleiman: The Magnificent
New Amsterdam Books, 1992 - Всего страниц: 399
A biography of Suleiman the Magnificent, the most glorious of the Ottoman sultans, who kept Europe atremble for nearly half a century. Clot examines how, in just a few years, The Shadow of God on Earth led his army—the most powerful in the sixteenth century—as far as the gates of Vienna, making himself master of the Mediterranean. Also discussed are the policies that allowed Suleiman the Magnificent to rule over a propserous dominion of 30,000,000 inhabitants, among whom nearly all the races and religions of mankind were represented.
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