ARCHIVUM OTTOMANICUM Edited by György Hazai with assistance of 3) RGRU * +DJHQ (øKVDQR÷OX + øQDOFÕN %.HOOQHU +HLQNHOH H. W. Lowry. By: International Council on Archives. Published: (); Archivum iuridicum Cracoviense / By: Polska Akademia Nauk. Komisja Nauk Archivum Ottomanicum. ARCHIVUM OTTOMANICUM. English title: n/d; ISSN: ; GICID: n/d; DOI : n/d; Website: n/d; Publisher: n/d; Country: n/d; Language of publication: n/d.

Author: Male Akinokasa
Country: Gambia
Language: English (Spanish)
Genre: Education
Published (Last): 7 August 2007
Pages: 396
PDF File Size: 5.2 Mb
ePub File Size: 1.80 Mb
ISBN: 135-6-26302-142-4
Downloads: 75093
Price: Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]
Uploader: Fern

Home – Archivum Ottomanicum

The Greek Orthodox Patriarchate of Istanbul was becoming a more influential institution involved in a closer and more efficient communication with the central administration, a process that had culminated by the s. According to the author, these incidents demonstrate that often the reaction to the abuse of power by the local Ottoman administration, either armed or in the form of a revolt, also functioned as a field of negotiation for various parallel ele- ments.

Martin Strohmeier notes that once Cyprus became part of the Ottoman Empire, the island was used ottomanicmu a place of banishment for intellectual, political and religious undesirables.

Additionally, the management of the crisis illustrates how things worked in the local society of Ottoman Cyprus lttomanicum the mid-eighteenth century. Lastly, it was a ne- gotiation tool for the authorities of the local administration, both Muslim and non- Muslim.

Michael Revolts and power negotiating in Ottoman Cyprus during the first half of the nineteenth century. This study focuses on the taxes collected and the problems encountered during the collection of taxes and their afchivum.

Michael opens issues of the nineteenth century and analyses major revolts on the island during the first half of this century. Stelios Irakleous derives his information from Karamanlidika documents and re- examines the connection between ottomanium Turcophone Christian Orthodox cleric Serapheim Attaliates and Kykkos Monastery in Cyprus.

Catalog Record: Archivum Ottomanicum | Hathi Trust Digital Library

Click here to sign up. Remember me on this computer. Ioannou The English and Greek languages for the Turks: The exchange initiated a brief period of tension between locals and Venetians, which was soon resolved through the actions of the Venetian Vice Consul, who managed to pull the appropriate strings, using the local system in his favor.

Ileana Moroni studies the emergence of an Ottoman Cypriot public sphere during the first decade of the twentieth archivuk as seen through an Ottoman newspaper. The author argues that during the 18th century, at a time when the roles of those in the social and economic realms of the Ottoman Empire were being redefined, the Ottoman Orthodox institutions archvum also in a state of transformation.


As for the Cypriot merchants visiting and trading in Aleppo, there are only a few records available. Log In Sign Up. This article was published in the Turkish Cypriot newspaper Hakikat and argues in favour of organizing Greek and English language courses on the basis that those two languages will become much more necessary in the future for the young Turkish people of Cyprus.

MICHAEL ments within the Muslim community of Cyprus at the end of the 19th and the begin- ning of the 20th century and in the context of the relations and interaction of this community with the British colonial administration, the Greek-Orthodox community of the island and the Ottoman Empire.

Various studies reflect the current interest in researching and analysing all three centuries of the Ottoman period, and the reality of this era is surfacing. He argues that this relati- onship, although considered many times before since their collaboration dominated the Karamanlidika publishing activity of the 18th century, was never considered from a point of view other than the relationship characterizing a cleric as a member of arhcivum institution.

Ottomanicumm of the sharia taxes, the poll tax cizyewas collected from non-Muslims on the island. Relying on data taken from this census, the author analyses the demo- atchivum data of the area, the appointment of military forces and the construction of military projects.

The author points out that these two newspapers supported the pro-Kemalist and the pro-British elites, respectively, and through the publication of often quite polemic articles against their opponents, they participated actively in the political and ideological debate that took place among the Turkish Cypriots throughout the s.

These thematically diverse observations are made in connection with general points of scholarly methodology and spring from the very close understanding of a text that a translator gradually acquires. Theocharides The first Tanzimat budget in Cyprus. He collects information for the Paphos area based on the Ottoman survey of Cyprus arranged by the Otto- man central administration after the conquest of the island.


The author argues that the Ottoman Empire worked hard to find a fair way to collect tax from the islanders, but this was not always successful.

The dispute of two Turkish Cypriot newspapers for the fate of the Turkish Cypriots in the s.

Archivum Ottomanicum

A key crite- rion for these studies is the use of primary Ottoman sources; this is done in an effort to bring to light the realities on the island as these are related in the database of the Ottoman archives, while also placing new research questions. In essence, the author outlines the conditions in this area immediately after the island’s occupation, documenting his conclusions with the use of references from Ottoman sources.

This alone makes the interpretation of the historic deve- lopments on the island more complete and, in any case, closer to the reality revealed by the Ottoman sources.

Elif Bayraktar continues with the eighteenth century and tries to analyse what was perhaps the most important institution of the island, the Archbishopric of Cyp- rus, in the context of Ottoman Orthodox institutions. The author examines the distribution and collection of the tax in relation to the administrative division of the island, while also dealing with what was perhaps the wealthiest monastery of Ottoman Cyprus, the Kykkos Monastery.

According to the author, the incident forms another link in a chain of incidents highlighting the mistrust and latent hostility between local Muslims and Europeans in the port cities of the Otto- man Empire at a time when European economic domination had just started to become apparent. Lepida Monasteries and the Ottoman poll tax cizye in the 17th century. For instance, it functioned as a negotiation tool in relation to the effort to eliminate out-dated policies, especially those related to taxation, and were also used to negotiate the constantly changing Ottoman framework; that is, a framework that was leading to a reaction, especially by the Muslim population.

The topics examined in the articles included in this special issue vary and are concerned with many different aspects of Ottoman and Cypriot history.