6 edition of Economic life in Ottoman Jerusalem found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references (p. 169-171)
|Series||Cambridge studies in Islamic civilization|
|LC Classifications||HC415.25.Z7 J463 1989|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vii, 179 p. :|
|Number of Pages||179|
|LC Control Number||88029930|
Jerusalem is a masterpiece. 10 stars. Read this book. In Jerusalem Simon Sebag Montefiore presents not just a history of the city but of the region and much of the western world. One finds that virtually every prophet and charlatan, king, queen, prince and despot, priest, politician, conquerer and crusader in recorded history has some connection to the city and has often trod 4/5. Islamic Leadership in Jerusalem refers to the leading cleric of the Muslim community in ically, the primary religious leader was the the late Ottoman Empire, the Muftis became pre-eminent, particularly the Mufti of the Hanafi school, and during the British military administration the post of Grand Mufti of Jerusalem was created, which continues today.
This book has three main themes: the socio-economic history of Turkish society in the 17thth centuries; the outcome of the Tanzimat (Reforms) in the province of Jerusalem, as an example of the whole phenomenon; and, the historical origins of Turkish and Arab identities leading to the modern phenomenon of nationalism. The Ninth Congress of the Comité International des Études Préottomanes et Ottomanes (CIEPO) convened in Jerusalem at the end of July It focused principally on three topics: the Ottoman city; the foreign relations of the Ottomans; and local and regional sources for Ottoman history. 'Beshara Doumani’s Family Life in the Ottoman Mediterranean is a mature work built on painstaking scholarship that breaks conventions in both family and legal history; moreover, it covers a period for which documentation is difficult and historiographic cliché by:
Based on micro-level research of the District of Jerusalem, this book addresses some of the most crucial questions concerning the Ottoman empire in a time of crisis and disorientation: decline and decentralization, the rise of the notable elite, the urban-rural-pastoral nexus, agrarian relations and the encroachment of European economy. Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization Economic Life in Ottoman Jerusalem Cambridge Studies in Islamic Civilization General Editor: fMARTIN HINDS Advisory Editors: METIN KUNT, DAVID MORGAN, ROY MOTTAHEDEH, JOSEF VAN ESS Titles in the series ANDREW M. WATSON. Censuses of Jews in Palestine at the end of the Ottoman period reveal that the majority of the Jewish population was female. Demographer and statistician Uziel Schmelz has summarized the information gleaned from various nineteenth-century censuses: “Forty-nine percent of all Jewish [adult] women [in Jerusalem] in and thirty-six percent.
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