Im Reiche des Goldenen Apfels

Im Reiche des Goldenen Apfels Author Evliya Çelebi
ISBN-10 3222117470
Release 1987
Pages 332
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Im Reiche des goldenen Apfels des t rkischen Weltenbummlers Evliy elebi denkw rdige Reise in das Giaurenland und in die Stadt und Festung Wien anno 1665 Auszug aus der Evliy elebi Sey hatnamesi Anhang Kara Mehmed Paschas Bericht ber seine Botschaftsreise nach Wien bersetzt eingeleitet und erkl rt von Richard F Kreutel

Im Reiche des goldenen Apfels  des t  rkischen Weltenbummlers Evliy     elebi denkw  rdige Reise in das Giaurenland und in die Stadt und Festung Wien anno 1665   Auszug aus der Evliy     elebi Sey  hatnamesi  Anhang   Kara Mehmed Paschas Bericht   ber seine Botschaftsreise nach Wien     bersetzt  eingeleitet und erkl  rt von Richard F  Kreutel Author Hâfız Mehmet Zıllî Evliya Çelebi
ISBN-10 OCLC:459722788
Release 1957
Pages 291
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Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire

Travel and Artisans in the Ottoman Empire Author Suraiya Faroqhi
ISBN-10 9781780764818
Release 2014-01-30
Pages 320
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It has often been assumed that the subjects of the Ottoman sultans were unable to travel beyond their localities - since peasants needed the permission of their local administrators before they could legitimately leave their villages. According to this view, only soldiers and members of the governing elite would have been free to travel. However Suraiya Faroqhi's extensive archival research shows that this was not the case. Pious men from all walks of life went on pilgrimage to Mecca, slaves fled from their masters and craftspeople travelled in search of work. Faroqhi shows that even those craftsmen who did not travel extensively had some level of mobility and that the Ottoman sultans and viziers, who spent so much effort in attempting to control the movements of their subjects, could do so only within often very narrow limits. Challenging existing historiography and providing an important new perspective, this book will be essential reading for students and scholars of Ottoman history.



Subjects of the Sultan

Subjects of the Sultan Author Suraiya Faroqhi
ISBN-10 1850437602
Release 2005-11-29
Pages 358
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The cultural heritage of the Ottoman Empire has traditionally been presented to us through its monuments - mosques, mausoleums, palaces, baths - and its high arts, such as court painting and calligraphy. Our understanding of Ottoman culture has thus come from a world created by and for sultans, viziers and the elite of the Empire.



Evliya elebi s book of travels 2 Evliya elebi in Bitlis

Evliya   elebi s book of travels  2  Evliya   elebi in Bitlis Author Evli̇ya Çelebi̇
ISBN-10 9004092420
Release 1988
Pages 435
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An Ottoman Mentality

An Ottoman Mentality Author Robert Dankoff
ISBN-10 9789004137158
Release 2004-01-01
Pages 279
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This monograph examines Evliya Gelebi's travel account to get at Ottoman perceptions of the world, relating to geography, administration, .religion, narative styles, sexual relations, dream interpretation, and conceptions of the self.



Golden Roads

Golden Roads Author Ian Richard Netton
ISBN-10 9781135799274
Release 2005-09-29
Pages 193
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Essays on themes (migration, pilgrimage and travel) as old as Islam itself and integral in the development of a cosmopolitan Islamic social order embracing much of Africa and Eurasia.



Exploring Ottoman Sovereignty

Exploring Ottoman Sovereignty Author Rhoads Murphey
ISBN-10 9781441102515
Release 2011-10-20
Pages 370
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Is it possible to identify the 'essence' of Ottoman kingship? And if so, what were the core motivating principles that governed the dynasty over its 600 year lifespan and how continuous and consistent were they? Following the death of the dynasty's eponymous founder Osman in 1324, 35 successors held the throne. Despite the wide range of character traits, dispositions and personal preferences, they led the expansion, stagnation and eventual collapse of the empire. Rhoades Murphey offers an alternative way of understanding the soul of the empire as reflected in its key ruling institution: the sultanate. For much of the period of centralized Ottoman rule between ca. 1450 and 1850 each of the dynasty's successive rulers developed and used the state bureaucratic apparatus to achieve their ruling priorities, based around the palace and court culture and rituals of sovereignty as well as the sultan's role as the head of the central state administrative apparatus. Sovereignty was attached to the person of the sultan who moved (with his court) both often and for prolonged stays away from his principal residence. In the period between 1360 and 1453 there were dual capitals at Bursa and Edirne (Adrianople) and even after 1453 several Ottoman sultans showed a preference for Edirne over Istanbul. Even Sultan Suleyman the Magnificent - held by the Ottomans, western contemporaries and modern analysts alike to be the pinnacle and paragon of Ottoman kingship - spent far more time away from his residence at the Topkapi Palace than in it. This book explores the growing complexity of the empire as it absorbed cultural influences and imperial legacies from a wide diversity of sources each in turn engendering a further interpretation of existing notions of kingship and definitions of the role and function of the ruler.



Nearest East

Nearest East Author Hans-Lukas Kieser
ISBN-10 9781439902240
Release 2010-03-12
Pages 224
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How missionaries and evangelical politics influenced American government policy in the Middle East.



Reisen ber Grenzen

Reisen   ber Grenzen Author Renate Schlesier
ISBN-10 3830963149
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Kultur und Alltag im Osmanischen Reich

Kultur und Alltag im Osmanischen Reich Author Suraiya Faroqhi
ISBN-10 3406396607
Release 1995
Pages 402
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Introduction to the History of the Muslim East

Introduction to the History of the Muslim East Author Jean Sauvaget
ISBN-10
Release 1965
Pages 252
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Cultural Psychology of Musical Experience

Cultural Psychology of Musical Experience Author Sven Hroar Klempe
ISBN-10 9781681234861
Release 2016-05-01
Pages 363
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This book forms a basis and a starting point for a closer dialogue between musicologists, anthropologists and psychologists to achieve a better understanding of the cultural psychology of musical experience. This is done by arranging a meeting point or an arena in which different aspects of psychology and musicology touch and encounters each other due to how the two fields might be defined today. In line with this the book consists of a group of scholars that have their feet solidly grounded in psychology, social science or musicology, but at the same time have a certain interest in uniting them. On this basis it is divided into five parts, which investigates musical sensations, musical experiences, musical transformations, musical fundamentals and the notion of a cultural psychology of music. Thus another aim of this book is to prepare the basis for a further growth of a cultural psychology that is able to include the experiences of music as a basis for understanding the ordinary human life. Thus this book should be of interest for those who want to investigate the mysterious intersection between music and psychology. ENDORSEMENTS "Near a century ago, Alfred North Whitehead, a philosopher sensitive to the natural vitality of human intelligence, warned against the restriction of awareness by ‘products of logical discernment’. This book makes a bold and much needed effort to recover an appreciation of the creative agency in music of all kinds, which supports mastery of all domains of cultural intelligence, including language, and ‘artificial intelligence’. We need to replace a rational psychology of musical form with appreciation of impulses of ‘musicality’ in the life of every human society. From birth, and before, a human mind is eager to share the rhythms and tones of awarenesswithfeeling in body movement, elaborated in song, instrumental performance or dance. The scholastic disciplines of psychology, anthropology, musicology and ethnomusicology, separated by artificial conventions, need to recover this common ground by 'a project that aims at assembling disciplines that have been separated and developed individually for almost hundred years ... to achieve a better understanding of the cultural psychology of musical experience.' This collection of papers boldly meets this challenge, with skillful respect for the complicated history of our understanding." Colwyn Trevarthen Professor (Emeritus) of Child Psychology and Psychobiology, School of Philosophy, Psychology and Language Sciences, The University of Edinburgh "This book is an important marker in the next wave of interdisciplinary sociomusical study. Culture, individual experience, and social forces converge here and are addressed, and sometimes redressed, through musical means. Bravo!" Tia DeNora Professor, Sociology, Philosophy & Anthropology (SPA) Exeter University EX4 4RJ, UK "Klempe has crafted a fascinating collection of discussions that is accessible and inspiring. Both students and experts will find this book invaluable." Fathali Moghaddam, Professor of Psychology Director of the Interdisciplinary Program in Cognitive Science, Georgetown University



Words Texts and Concepts Cruising the Mediterranean Sea

Words  Texts  and Concepts Cruising the Mediterranean Sea Author Gerhard Endress
ISBN-10 9042914890
Release 2004
Pages 655
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The remarkable extension in depth and width of Muslim intellectual life can be fathomed and measured only against the background of what went on immediately before, and simultaneously elsewhere, or it will remain, in any real sense, unexplored." This statement by the late Franz Rosenthal is, in a sense, the red thread of the present volume which unites 35 articles by renowned scholars of Islamic Studies, Middle Eastern Languages and Civilizations, and various allied fields of research in honour of a scholar congenial to Franz Rosenthal and exemplary in his scientific carefulness and integrity: Dr Gerhard Endress, Professor of Oriental Philology and Islamic Studies at the Ruhr University Bochum. Central topics of the contributions include Arabic philosophy and its Greek sources and Latin reception, the history and historiography of Arabic-Islamic science, and Islamic concepts of language, knowledge, science and pedagogy. Other articles deal with qur'anic studies, Arabic lexicography and linguistics, the history of Middle Eastern civilizations, the medieval translation movements from Greek into Arabic and from Arabic into Latin as well as with political and eschatological theories of medieval Islam. Rooted in different scientific traditions and methodological approaches the studies collected in this Festschrift form a vivid and stimulating synopsis of more than 1000 years of Middle Eastern and Mediterranean intellectual, social and cultural history.



Grievance Administration Sikayet in an Ottoman Province

Grievance Administration  Sikayet  in an Ottoman Province Author Michael Ursinus
ISBN-10 9781134243297
Release 2012-10-12
Pages 248
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The 'Record Book of Complaints', from the office of the governor-general (beylerbey) of Rumelia, is an exceptional manuscript of the Ottoman archive. It offers a unique insight into the experience of Ottoman administration in the most important province of Ottoman Europe, Rumelia. For the first time, this important document has been translated into English and its original facsimile is reproduced. Additionally, the author provides a concise introduction to the historical context of the 'Record Book of Complaints'. This book is the first volume to appear in the Ibrahim Pasha Fund of Egypt series, a sub-series of the Royal Asiatic Society Books series.



Avc Mehmed Mehmed the Hunter

Avc   Mehmed   Mehmed the Hunter Author Karin Ådahl
ISBN-10 9789759123161
Release 2006-05-06
Pages 92
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“Avcı” diye anılan Sultan IV. Mehmed’in, 1657 yılı sonbaharında, büyük bir kalabalık eşliğinde Edirne’ye ava gidişi çok büyük bir gösteriye dönüşmüş, o yıllarda İstanbul’da İsveç büyükelçisi olarak bulunan Claes Rålamb da, yaptırdığı bir dizi yağlıboya resimle bu yolculuğun ilk bölümünün bir “görsel kaydının” tarihe kalmasını sağlamıştı. Yirmi tablodan oluşan ve bugün İsveç’teki Nordiska Museet’te korunan bu neredeyse “sinematografik” kaydın sergilenebilir durumdaki on altı parçalık bölümü, sözünü ettiğimiz olaydan yaklaşık üç yüz elli yıl sonra, yeniden İstanbul’a, Pera Müzesi’ne konuk oldu. Ava meraklı bir padişah, sanatsever bir büyükelçi, adsız bir ressam ve 17. yüzyıl giysileri içinde tablodan tabloya sessizce yürüyen Osmanlılar... Avcı Mehmed’in Alay-ı Hümayunu, gerek sanatsal, gerekse tarihsel açıdan çok yönlü okumalara açık bir bilmece-sergi ve kataloğu oldu. -- Sultan Mehmed IV, remembered as Mehmed the Hunter because of his passion for hunting, departed for Edirne in 1657 on a hunting expedition with a large entourage in a display of imperial majesty that has been preserved for history as a visual document in the form of a series of oil paintings commissioned by Claes Rålamb, then the Swedish Ambassador to Istanbul. This almost cinematographic record consisting of a total of twenty paintings is preserved at the Nordiska Museet in Sweden. Sixteen of which returned to Istanbul, as the guests of the Pera Museum, nearly three hundred and fifty years after this event.



What Went Wrong

What Went Wrong Author Bernard Lewis
ISBN-10 0198032951
Release 2002-01-24
Pages 192
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For many centuries, the world of Islam was in the forefront of human achievement--the foremost military and economic power in the world, the leader in the arts and sciences of civilization. Christian Europe, a remote land beyond its northwestern frontier, was seen as an outer darkness of barbarism and unbelief from which there was nothing to learn or to fear. And then everything changed, as the previously despised West won victory after victory, first in the battlefield and the marketplace, then in almost every aspect of public and even private life. In this intriguing volume, Bernard Lewis examines the anguished reaction of the Islamic world as it tried to understand why things had changed--how they had been overtaken, overshadowed, and to an increasing extent dominated by the West. Lewis provides a fascinating portrait of a culture in turmoil. He shows how the Middle East turned its attention to understanding European weaponry and military tactics, commerce and industry, government and diplomacy, education and culture. Lewis highlights the striking differences between the Western and Middle Eastern cultures from the 18th to the 20th centuries through thought-provoking comparisons of such things as Christianity and Islam, music and the arts, the position of women, secularism and the civil society, the clock and the calendar. Hailed in The New York Times Book Review as "the doyen of Middle Eastern studies," Bernard Lewis is one of the West's foremost authorities on Islamic history and culture. In this striking volume, he offers an incisive look at the historical relationship between the Middle East and Europe.