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Some Observations on the Influence of Byzantine Institutions on Ottoman Institutions, 1999

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  • Yazar: M. Fuad KÖPRÜLÜ
  • Basım Yılı: 1999
  • Basım Yeri:
  • Cilt / Dizi / Sayı: VII. Dizi, Sayı: 138
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  • ISBN : 975161127X
  • Barkod : 975161127X
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CONTENTS
PREFACE  
ABBREVIATIONS  
INTRODUCTION  
I. Mehmed Fuad Köprülü and His Work   
II.   Köprülü's Work on Byzantine and Ottoman Institutions 
III. Translator's Note  
SOME   OBSERVATIONS   ON   THE   INFLUENCE   OF BYZANTİNE     INSTİTUTİONS     ON     OTTOMAN
INSTİTUTİONS  
I. Opinions    about    Byzantine     Influence     on     Ottoman Institutions  
II.  The Arguments Used by Those Who Accept This Influence and Their Errors  
III. Hovv and YVhere One Must Look for the Origins of Ottoman Institutions  
IV. The Origin of Various Institutions Which are Alleged to Have Passed from Byzantium to the Ottomans and the Historical Stages Through Which They Passed until the Conquest of Constantinople  
A. The Grand Vizirate  
B. The Dual Beylerbeylik  
C. The Kâdiaskerlik  
D. The Reisülküttâb and Nişancı 
E. The Defterdarlık  
F. The Kaptanpaşalık  
G. The Chief Eunuchs  
H.  Çavuşes  
I.    The Tax System  
J.   The  Timar System   
K. The Organization of the Army  
L. Concepts of Empire and Sovereignty   
M. The Question of the Crescent  
N. Other Administrative Institutions 
1. The Bureaucracy  
2. The Use of Greek in State Correspondence  
3. Administrative Divisions and the Şehremaneti  
O. Customs of the Palace  
1. Distributing Gratuities upon Accession to the Throne
2. The Custom of Applause  
3. Public Amusements and Banquets  
4. Fetihnâmes  
5. The Custom of Giving a Robe of Honor  
6. Methods of Humiliating Someone 
7. The Words "Alay" and   "Efendi"  
P. Byzantine Influence on Material Civilization and Economic Life    
V. The Conclusions Reached from This Study    
VI. Byzantine Reiations with the Müslim Turkish World before the Ottomans and Some Observations on Their Mutual Influence on Each Other    
POSTSCRIPT   
BIBLIOGRAPHY