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history of the maritime wars of the Turks

Katip C К№elebi.

history of the maritime wars of the Turks

by Katip C К№elebi.

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Published by Printed for the Oriental Translation Fund by A.J. Valpy in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Statementtranslated from the Turkish of Haji Khalifeh by James Mitchell.
Series[Publications of the Oriental Translation Fund] -- [17]
ContributionsMitchell, James.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13868624M

  In the century after the Habsburgs of Spain and the Ottoman Turks fought a maritime war that seemed destined to lead nowhere. Lasting peace was as unlikely as final triumph, in part because the principal beneficiaries of the fighting were pirates or 'corsairs' based in ports such as Malta and Algiers. It was also a war of unequal means, since the Habsburgs had too few good . Turks and Mongols: 6th - 13th century: The high plateau of Mongolia, east of the Altai mountains, is rivalled only by Scandinavia as a region from which successive waves of tribesmen have emerged to prey upon more sedentary neighbours. Mongolia is the original homeland of both Turks and Mongols, two groups much intermingled in history and loosely related in their languages.

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This book spans the Turkish Empire's expansion from the conquest of Constantinople to that of Crete, and recounts the story of Barbarossa, whom Süleyman the Magnificent appointed commander of the imperial navy, and many other highlights of Ottoman history/5(3).

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Addeddate Kâtip Çelebi () was the quintessential Ottoman intellectual. He was a scholar and one of the most eminent travel writers in the long history of that genre. His History of the Maritime Wars of the Turks was the first book published in the Ottoman Empire in a lavish.

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Home > Catalogue > Literature & Fiction > British & Irish Literature & Fiction > The History of the Maritime Wars of the Turks Paperback: Publisher: Trieste Publishing. (DOC) Svat Soucek and The History of the Maritime Wars of Istorici cehi. The generall historie of the Turkes, from the first beginning of that nation to the rising of the Othoman familie: with all the notable expeditions of the Christian princes against them.

Together with the liues and conquests of the Othoman kings and emperours faithfullie collected out of the- best histories, both auntient and moderne, and [ ]. Western books, The Middle East from the rise of Islam, fiches 2,; Oriental Translation Fund (Series), v. Other Titles: Maritime wars of the Turks, The history of the: Responsibility: translated from the Turkish of Haji Khalifeh by James Mitchell.

"The History of the Maritime Wars of the Turks. Chapters I. to IV" by Kâtip Çelebi (translated by James Mitchell). Published by Good Press. Good Press publishes a wide. This book spans the Turkish Empire's expansion from the conquest of Constantinople to that of Crete, and recounts the story of Barbarossa, whom Süleyman the Magnificent appointed commander of the imperial navy, and many other highlights of Ottoman history.

Katip Celebi is one of the classic authors in the Turkish language, and this book is his key historical study. Although it was reprinted. Maritime wars of the Turks, The history of the: Responsibility: tr.

from the Turkish by James Mitchell; chapters I. to IV. the history of the maritime wars of the turks. chapters i. to iv, kÂtip Çelebi;james mitchell, $ Note: Citations are based on reference standards. However, formatting rules can vary widely between applications and fields of interest or study.

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Get this from a library. The history of the maritime wars of the Turks. [Kâtip Çelebi; Svatopluk Soucek] -- The history of Arabia is inextricably tied to the history of Islam.

The Prophet Muhammad came from Arabia, and the most important religious centers for Muslims are located in the Arab cities of Mecca. Reviews of The History of the Maritime Wars of the Turks “Quintessential Ottoman intellectual and eminent travel writer Çelebi () chronicled the wars Turks waged at sea during the entire span of the empire’s expansion from the conquest of Constantinople in the middle of the 15th century to the conquest of Crete in the middle of the.

When maritime transport and communication depended on muscle and wind-power, the Mediterranean Sea functioned as a symbiotic force between the civilisations which surrounded it, at once the major dividing barrier and the major connecting element.

In this study, the technological limitations of maritime traffic are considered in conjunction with the peculiar geographical conditions within which.""A more correct translation of this title of this fascinating account of Ottoman naval battles and campaigns, written in the 17th century by a court intellectual, should begin with as A Gift to the Great Ones- wording that better captures the writer's triumphalist tone as a proud Turk witnessing great imperial success/5.

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