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L’empire ottoman au nord du Danube et l’autonomie des principautés roumaines au XVIe siècle

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A collection of articles by Mihai Maxim on the economic and political relations of the Ottomans and Romanians in the 16th century.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
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SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-716-4
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Feb 9,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 275
Language: French
ISBN: 978-1-61143-716-4
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A collection of articles by Mihai Maxim, professor and doctor of history, on the relations of the Ottomans and Romanians in the 16th century. The articles are collected under three main titles: legal and political relations, economic relations and monetary circulation. Drawing on evidences primarily from the Turkish archives and reflecting multiple viewpoints, an excellent account of the time is presented.

A collection of articles by Mihai Maxim, professor and doctor of history, on the relations of the Ottomans and Romanians in the 16th century. The articles are collected under three main titles: legal and political relations, economic relations and monetary circulation. Drawing on evidences primarily from the Turkish archives and reflecting multiple viewpoints, an excellent account of the time is presented.

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  • SOMMAIRE (page 9)
  • PREFACE (page 11)
  • I: L'AUTONOMIE DE LA MOLDAVIE ET DE LA VALACHIE DANS LES ACTES OFFICIELS DE LA PORTE, AU COURS DE LA SECONDE MOITIE DU XVI SIECLE (page 13)
  • II: LES RELATIONS DES PAYS ROUMAINS A VEC L'ARCHEVECHE D'OHRID A LA LUMIERE DE DOCUMENTS TURCS INEDITS (page 85)
  • III: LES RELATIONS ROUMANO-OTTOMANES ENTRE 1574 ET 1594* (page 111)
  • IV: NEW TURKISH DOCUMENTS CONCERNING MICHAEL THE BRAVE AND HIS TIME* (page 131)
  • V: MICHAEL THE BRAVE'S APPOINTMENT AND INVESTITURE-SEPTEMBER 2nd/12th, 1593-IN TWO UNPUBLISHED OFFICIAL TURKISH DOCUMENTS (page 159)
  • VI: LES PAYS ROUMAINS ET LES RELATIONS HABSBOURG-OTTOMANES DANS LA SECONDE MOITIE DU XVIe SIECLE* (page 175)
  • VII: RECHERCHES SUR LES CIRCONSTANCES DE LA MAJORATION DU KHARADJ DE LA MOLDAVIE ENTRE LES ANNEES 1538-1574 (page 187)
  • VIII: CIRCONSTANCES DE LA MAJORATION DU KHARADJ PAYE PAR LA VALACHIE A L'EMPIRE OTTOMAN DURANT LA PERIODE 1540-1575 (page 217)
  • IX: OTTOMAN DOCUMENTS CONCERNING THE WALLACHIAN SALT IN THE PORTS ON THE LOWER DANUBE IN THE SECOND HALF OF THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY (page 233)
  • X: UN TRESOR D'ASPRES TURCS DES XVe-XVIe SIECLES DECOUVERT A BERTESTI, DEPARTEMENT DE BRAILA (page 249)
  • XI: CONSIDERATIONS SUR LA CIRCULATION MONETAIRE DANS LES PAYS ROUMAINS ET L'EMPIRE OTTOMAN DANS LA SECONDE MOITIE DU XVIe SIECLE* (page 265)
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