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center:The Center of European Languages of Qom(Ale Beit Publications)
Document Type:BL
Record Number:3263
Doc. No:b38
Language of Document :English
Main Entry:Emiralioaeglu, M. Pinar
Title & Author:Geographical knowledge and imperial culture in the early modern Ottoman Empire/ by Pinar Emiralioglu
Publication Statement:Farnham, Surrey ;Burlington, VT: Ashgate, 2014.
Series Statement :(Transculturalisms, 1400-1700)
Page. NO:xx, 184 pages, 4 unnumbered pages of plates: illustrations, maps ; 24 cm.
ISBN:9781472415332(hardcover : alk.paper)
Notes:Print
Bibliographies/Indexes:Includes bibliographical references (pages 157-178) and index.
Contents:Eye of the world: textual and visual repertoires of the sixteenth century Ottoman Empire -- Negotiating space and the formation of imperial ideology in the sixteenth- century Ottoman Empire -- Selim I and the formation of Ottoman imperial ideology -- Selim's world: the Mediterranean and the Red Sea -- A renaissance of Ottoman geographical consciousness -- Seuleyman the Magnificent and the Ottoman "grand project" -- Ibrahim Pasha and consolidation of the imperial enterprise -- Ottoman canonical geography -- A somber image and a sober policy -- Ottoman discovery of the new worlds -- Closure of the sixteenth century: the Ottoman imperial image challenged -- Boundaries of the Ottoman world and Ottoman geographical knowledge -- Mapping and describing Ottoman Constantinople -- Where is the new Rome? -- All roads lead to Constantinople: the new Rome in pre-Ottoman geographical traditions -- Mehmed the Conqueror: Constantinople as the center of the empire -- Ptolemy's Geographia and Mehmed's empire -- Bayezid II and Selim I: Constantinople in the age of discovery -- Constantinople in Ottoman canonical geography -- Charting the Mediterranean: the Ottoman grand strategy -- Ottoman-Spanish imperial conflict in the age of discovery -- The Spanish Habsburgs and official cartography -- Piri Reis and official cartography in the Ottoman empire -- Mediterranean cartography: charting the core of the world -- Projecting the frontiers of the known world -- India and the Indian Ocean: Ottoman peripheries to the east -- India and the Indian Ocean in sixteenth century Ottoman geographical knowledge -- The new world: Ottoman peripheries to the west -- Epilogue Ottoman geographical knowledge in the long eighteenth century.
Subject:TurkeyPoltics and government--16th century
Subject:TurkeyPolitics and government--17th century
Subject:GeographyTurkey--History
Subject:GeographyStudy and teaching--Turkey--History
Subject:CartographyTurkey--History
Subject:ImperialismSocial aspects--Turkey
Dewey Classification:‭956.1.0153‬
LC Classification:‭DR486‬‭.E45 2014‬