Preferred Citation: Kafadar, Cemal. Between Two Worlds: The Construction of the . Ottoman State. Berkeley, Calif: University of California Press, The Construction of the Ottoman State | Early in the 14th century, Osman, son of Ertogril, became the leader of a minor beglik, one of many small political units. J.M. Rogers, “Mehmed the Conqueror: Between East and West,” in Bellini and the East edited by Caroline Campbell and Alan Chong (London and Boston.

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Kafadar looks at several individual works and episodes in detail, but stresses that the sources must be evaluated as parts of evolving complexes of traditions. After this introduction, Kafadar surveys the historians of the early Ottomans: Receive exclusive offers and updates from Oxford Academic.

Stories from Anatolian frontier culture provide essential background for betewen gaza and gazis and the religious experience of the milieu, while the later Ottoman chronicle tradition, though it has been filtered through later orthodoxy and must be used with extreme care, provides critical information. Overall rating No ratings yet 0. Such integration of history and historiography makes for an elegant and sophisticated study.


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Other editions – View all Between Two Worlds: University of California Press. Arabs and Iranians in the Islamic Conquest Narrative. Early in the 14th century, Osman, son of Ertogril, became the leader of a minor beglik, one of many small political units on the Anatolian marches of Islam.

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