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Studies in Demographic and Administrative History of Ottoman Hungary

A collection of articles by Géza Dávid on the demographic and administrative history of the Ottoman Hungary.
Publisher: Gorgias Press LLC
Availability: In stock
SKU (ISBN): 978-1-61143-107-0
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Publication Status: In Print
Publication Date: Feb 9,2011
Interior Color: Black
Trim Size: 6 x 9
Page Count: 243
Languages: English, German
ISBN: 978-1-61143-107-0
$143.00

This book is a collection of articles by Géza Dávid about the demographic and administrative history of Hungary under the Ottoman rule. In the early 16th century when the Ottomans took control of the territories of what is modern Hungary today, the area went through a process of dramatic changes lasting roughly two centuries. A new administrative organization, depopulation of villages, mass migrations and changing patterns of settlements were some of the imprints of these changes. Ottoman official documents are one of the best evidences that give an indication of the demographic and administrative transformations that took place in the area under the Ottoman rule. The writer refers to the Ottoman official documents to discuss this neglected era of the Hungarian history.

This book is a collection of articles by Géza Dávid about the demographic and administrative history of Hungary under the Ottoman rule. In the early 16th century when the Ottomans took control of the territories of what is modern Hungary today, the area went through a process of dramatic changes lasting roughly two centuries. A new administrative organization, depopulation of villages, mass migrations and changing patterns of settlements were some of the imprints of these changes. Ottoman official documents are one of the best evidences that give an indication of the demographic and administrative transformations that took place in the area under the Ottoman rule. The writer refers to the Ottoman official documents to discuss this neglected era of the Hungarian history.

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Géza Dávid

  • TABLE OF CONTENTS (page 7)
  • PREFACE (page 9)
  • DEMOGRAPHISCHE VERANDERUNGEN IN UNGARN ZUR ZEIT DER TURKENHERRSCHAFT (page 11)
  • SOME ASPECTS OF 16TH CENTURY DEPOPULATION IN THE SANJAQ OF SIMONTORNYA (page 23)
  • THE AGE OF UNMARRIED MALE CHILDREN IN THE TAHRIR-DEFTERS(NOTES ON THE COEFFICIENT ) (page 35)
  • DATA ON THE CONTINUITY AND MIGRATION OF THE POPULATION IN 16TH CENTURY OTTOMAN HUNGARY (page 47)
  • DEMOGRAPHIC TRENDS OF URBAN POPULATION IN 16TH CENTURY OTTOMAN HUNGARY (page 89)
  • OTTOMAN ADMINISTRATIVE STRATEGIES IN WESTERN HUNGARY (page 99)
  • INCOMES AND POSSESSIONS OF THE BEGLERBEGIS OF BUDA IN THE SIXTEENTH CENTURY (page 113)
  • DIE BEGE VON SZIGETVAR IM 16. JAHRHUNDERT (page 129)
  • THE SANCAKBEGIS OF ARAD AND GYULA (page 153)
  • THE SANCAQ OF VESZPREM (page 173)
  • FINANCIAL POLICY IN A HUNGARIAN SANJAQ (page 183)
  • TIMAR-DEFTER ODER DSCHIZYE-DEFTER? BEMERKUNGEN ZU EINER QUELLENAUSGABE FUR DEN SANDSCHAK STUHL WEIBENBURG (page 191)
  • ADMINISTRATION IN OTTOMAN EUROPE (page 197)
  • THE SANCAK AS THE FRAMEWORK FOR RESEARCH ON OTTOMAN REGIONAL STUDIES (page 215)
  • ASSIGNING A ZE'AMET IN THE 16th CENTURY: REVENUE-LIMITS AND OFFICE-HOLDING (page 225)
  • TURKISH AND TARTAR SOLDIERS IN RAKOCZIS ARMY (page 235)