XVI. Yüzyılın ikinci yarısında icmal defterleri, nasihatnameler ve timar sahibi osmanlı eliti -II. kısım, on yedinci yüzyıl

Translated title of the contribution: Nasihatnameler, İcmal defterleri, and the timar -holding ottoman elite in the late sixteenth centurypart II, including the seventeenth century

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Abstract

This paper is an addendum to my article on the timar system in a previous issue of this journal, carrying the story into the seventeenth century and adding data on the sixteenth century that was not in the previous article. It considers the question of timars not listed in the provincial registers, employing the icmal defterleri to determine how many timars disappeared from the provincial registers in the period 1580-1632, presumably because they were awarded to personnel such as harem women and officials as paşmaklık or ocaklık. It observes no decline in the number of provincial timars in that period, rather an increase. It also surveys the identities of seventeenth-century timar-holders, finding that the sons of timar-holders received timars in the same proportions as in the late sixteenth century. It was the people of the palace whose access to timars decreased in the seventeenth century, while that of the sons of nobodies increased.

Translated title of the contributionNasihatnameler, İcmal defterleri, and the timar -holding ottoman elite in the late sixteenth centurypart II, including the seventeenth century
Original languageUndefined/Unknown
Pages (from-to)1-23
Number of pages23
JournalOsmanli Arastirmalari - Journal of Ottoman Studies
Volume2015
Issue number45
StatePublished - 2015

Keywords

  • Decline
  • Elite
  • Military
  • Outsider
  • Summary register
  • Timar system

ASJC Scopus subject areas

  • History
  • Cultural Studies

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