The Mamluk-Ottoman Transition
While the Ottoman conquest of the Mamluk realm in 1516-17 doubtlessly changed the balance of political power in Egypt and Greater Syria, the changes must be seen as a wide-ranging transition process. The present collection of essays provides several case studies on the changing situation during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries and explains how the reconfiguration of political power affected both Egypt and Greater Syria. With reference to the first volume (2017), this second volume continues the debate on key issues of the transition period with contributions by scholars from both Mamluk and Ottoman studies. By combining these perspectives, the authors provide a more comprehensive and nuanced picture of the process of transformation from Mamluk to Ottoman rule.
|Reihe||Ottoman Studies / Osmanistische Studien|
|Ausgabe||1. Edition 2022|
|Genre||Geschichte/Neuzeit bis 1918|
|Herausgegeben von||Stephan Conermann|
|Herausgegeben von||Gül Sen, Anna Kollatz, Miri Shefer-Mossensohn, Stephan Conermann, Yehoshua Frenkel, Bethany J. Walker, Toru Miura, Christian Mauder, Adam Sabra, Wakako Kumakura, Albrecht Fuess, Timothy J. Fitzgerald, Jane Hathaway, Carl Petry, Charles Wilkins, Linda T. Darling, Nasser Rabbat, Reuven Amitai, Gül Sen|