The sultans

by Noel Barber

Publisher: Simon and Schuster in New York

Written in English
Cover of: The sultans | Noel Barber
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  • Turkey

Subjects:

  • Turkey -- History

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 293-296.

Statement[by] Noel Barber.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDR486 .B38
The Physical Object
Pagination304 p.
Number of Pages304
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5416050M
ISBN 100671216244
LC Control Number73007925

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White paints a remarkably vivid portrait of life in 19th century Turkey, from the luxurious sultan's palaces to the most squalid slums of Istanbul, and writes intelligently of the political turmoil of the period. A Sultan was originally a person of religious authority; later, the term was used for regional rules.

The Ottoman rulers used the term sultan for almost their entire dynasty. InOttoman Sultan Selim I captured the Caliph in Cairo and adopted the term; Caliph is a disputed title that commonly means the leader of the Muslim world. Katalin Lunkan is from Budapest, Hungary and she is the author of the book “The Sultans of Swing.” Namely, for the first time on Dire Straits Blog, she shares her interesting story about how she started writing her book.

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