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The Mutual Effects of the Islamic and Judeo-Christian Worlds: The East European Pattern.
by Ascher, Abraham, et al. edited by.

Publisher Information:
Brooklyn College Press Brooklyn, New York 1979

Small octavo, blue cloth, xiv, 230 pp.

Articles are "The Role of the Bosphorous Kingdom and Late Hellenism as the Basis for the Medieval Cultures of Territories North of the Black Sea," Omeljan Pritsak, "Servile Labor in the Ottoman Empire," Halil Inalcik, "The Protestant Reformation and Islam," Stephen Fischer-Galati, "Western Nationalism and the Ottoman Empire," Dankwort A. Rustow, "Social and Legal Aspects of Russian-Muslim Relations in the Nineteenth Century: The Case of the Criomean Tarttars," Alan W. Fisher, "State and Society in Muscovite Russia and the Mongol-Turkic System in the Sixteenth Century," Jaroslav Pelenski, "Serbians and Rumanians in Ottoman Southeastern Hungary: Detta," Tibor Halasi-Kun, "The Sublime Porte and Ferenc II Rakoczi's Hungary: An Episode in Islamic-Christian Relations," Bela K. Kiraly-Peter Pastor, "Muslims, Christians and Jews in Sixteenth-Century Ottoman Belgrade," Allan Z. Hertz, "The European Influence on Ottoman Architecture," Ulku U. Bates, "The Oguz Turkic (Ottoman/Safavid) Elements in Georgian: Background and Patterns," Peter B. Golden, "Living Legacy of the Ottoman Empire: The Serbo-Croatian Moslems of Bosnia-Hercegovina," Wiilam G. Lockwood. Introduction by Tibor Halasi-Kun. Preface by Donal R. Reich.


Language: Judaica
Edition: First Edition
Condition: Very Good
Book Id: 15155

Price: $20.00

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