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تاريخ الدولة العثمانية من النشوء إلى الإنحدار

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Eastern culture in Turkey in 1517, with all its detail and intricacies, is explored here alongside a picture of the prominence of religion and warfare in everyday life as well as the traditions of statecraft, administration, social values, financial and land policies.
Hardcover, الطبعة الأولى, 362 pages
Published 2002 by دار المدار الإسلامي (first published 1973)
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Yasin  Ilhan
Nov 05, 2013 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I can never get enough of The Ottoman empire. I would do anything to live through those days rather than today.
A. Sacit
Oct 18, 2014 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: history
This book is about the first 300 years of the Ottoman Empire (The Classical Age 1300 -1600). The book is organized in an unusual way in that; a broad overview of the chronological events of the first 300 years of the Empire is given without going into too much detail (Part I). However, where this book really shines is in the treatment of the organization of the Ottoman State (Part II), Economic and Social Life (Part III), and finally, Religion and Culture (Part IV).

Inalcık explains that the earl
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Doreen Petersen
Mar 19, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: history
Very insightful and interesting read on the Ottoman Empire. If you are interested in history you might want to check this book out.
Seyda Aylin Gurses
He is THE authority in the history of Ottoman Empire; his books are great sources for those who want to know more about Ottomans.
Tuncay Özdemir
Mar 30, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: nonfiction, history
Kitabın 56 ve 57 sayfasında üç paragraflık bir "Osmanlı neden yıkıldı"yı açıklayan bir özet var ki sırf bunun için bile bu kitap okunmalıdır. Bu kadar kısa bir içerik, bu kadar dolu bir anlatım. Bunu yapmak için ancak Halil İnalcık olmalısınız.

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Abdulrahman
Jun 26, 2013 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Prof. Halil did an amazing job with this book. Walking throughout the life of the Ottoman empire while exposing the political, social, economical and commercial aspects of the 800 years empire. The book is full of informative and interesting facts, mentioned in an objective way. The sources are well recorded and the transition between chapters is well-structured.
ألاء
للأسف لا يصلح كمقدمة لمعرفة الدولة العثمانية
لا يتخذ إتجاها إسلاميا في تفسير التاريخ
والتفسير نصف التاريخ بتغيره تكتسب ذات الأحداث
صورا مختلفة تماما
أيضا فهمه للإسلام ضعيف ومحدود جدا وإنزاله على الواقع
أشد ضعفا
مثال على هذا: ذكره بإنه لا يوجد في الإسلام واسطة بشرية
بين العبد وربه ثم في الجمله التالية مباشرة يذكر أنه مع هذا
كانت طبقة العلماء تمثل هذه الواسطة البشرية تماما كطبقة
رجال الدين في النصرانية
مثال آخر : الكاتب يذكر أن الشريعة كانت مطبقة لكن يتضح أن فهمه لمفهوم الشريعة ضعيف يقتصر على أنها مجمو
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Siddiq Husainy
Sep 19, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
The history of Ottoman Empire as an Islamic Caliphate has always been recounted numerous times. However, personally I feel most times the stories told did not do just to the history when only a small part of the history is being told and more often than not, only a biased account is being told.

Halil Inalcik divides the book in a few sections. He started by giving the chronology of the Ottoman Empire, beginning in the 13th century when the Tartar army invaded Baghdad. He then touches on every as
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Hajar Alobaid
مرجع جيّد لتاريخ الدولة العثمانية،
يقع في ٣٧٦ صفحة و يحتوي على ١٩ فصل
من بدايات أصول الدولة العثمانية و مراحل تطورها من إمارة إلى امبراطوريّة و توطيدها و امتيازاتها ( اعتبارًا بأنها قوّة عالميّة ) إلى انحدار الدولة و بروز السلالة العثمانية و الوصول إلى العرش و في الفصول الأخيرة تناول المفهوم العثماني للدولة و النظام الطبقي و القانون السلطاني و القانون الديني و الإدارة المركزية و إدارة الولايات و نظام التيمار و التجارة الدولية في الدولة العثمانية و شبكات الطرق و تحدث عن انتصار التعصب و الثقافة ا
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Ugur Tezcan
Jun 05, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
C'est un livre qui couvre l'histoire politique mais aussi culturel et économique de l'age d'or de l'empire. Je pense que les autres livres de Halil İnalcık sont plus promettants et que celui-ci reste plutot "commercial" mais c'est un des rares ouvrages d'İnalcık écrit en anglais, donc directement accessible pour un public non-turcophone. ...more
Vuk Samčević
Very interesting and well written.
Cosmin
Aug 27, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
CLASIC! FERMECĂTOR!
Andrew
Halil Inalcik has written an interesting, if basic, history on the Ottoman Empire. The book is broken up into four parts, being an outline on Ottoman History, the inner workings of the state, the economic and social realities within the Empire and the intricacies of Ottoman religious and cultural practices. These three parts provide an adequate, if brief, understanding of how historians think the Ottoman Empire functioned. This book is fairly short, but provides interesting details on this once ...more
Yusuf
Sep 15, 2018 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Anlattığı dönemi tüm taraflarıyla ele alan, dili sade anlatımı etkili bir eser.
Muhamed Sewidan
May 30, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: التاريخ
كتاب جيد لاى شخص بيميل لجانب التخصص من الدين عشان يعرف ازاى كان نظام الحكم وكل شىء عن الدولة العباسية بس للاسف مش ممتع لاغلب الناس على ما اظن لان الكاتب ولا المؤلف موضحوش قصدهم بالمسميات التركية الصعبة دى للمناصب ولا للمدن, ع الاقل كان المفروض يحط المدينة دى حاليا فين واسمها بقا ايه
كمان كان نفسي يبقا فيه صور لتوسع الدولة فى عصر كل سلطان وكمان يكون كل فصل ماسك حقبة زمنية معينة
Cagdas
Sep 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Okulda öğretilen Osmanlı tarihini bir kenara bırakın ve bu başyapıtı okuyun. Özellikle devşirme sistemi ve yıkılmanın sebepleri çok ilginç.
Ekin Deniz Aksu
Aug 17, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: history
This book easily matched my expectations and provided me with valuable insight. The best chapters are those on Ottoman decline, succession, central government and provincial government. I found the later chapters on religion and science somewhat boring.

Recommended for casual readers as an introduction to Ottoman institutions. Low number of citations might make it unappealing to academics.

Pros
-Short summary of Ottoman political history in the beginning
-Easy-to-read and understand, good organizati
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Daria Cohen
Jun 04, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
This book is rather detailed and structured. So if one reads it in order to figure out how things really worked in the Ottoman Empire, one will have all questions answered.
There are however no elements of fiction added to it. So if one is seeking infotainment, this book might not be the right choice.
إيمان عبد المنعم
كتاب جيد كبداية في قراءة تاريخ الدولة العثمانية لكن كثرة تفاصيله وعدم تقسيمه لفترات تاريخية محددة دفعاني للملل ...
Erkan
Jun 20, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Osmanlı'yı anlamak için harika bir eser. Halil İnalcık, ilmini konuşturuyor; konuyu okuyucuya objektif bir şekilde sunuyor. ...more
Natali
Dec 25, 2007 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommends it for: anyone interested in history
I loved this book. It was very well organized and conversational. A great way to prepare for a trip to Turkey.
Onur Avcı
Jun 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Osmalı İmparatorluğunu kısım kısım ele alarak her dönemi gerektiği kadar derinlemesine inceleyen tarafsız muhteşem bir eser. Okullarda Osmalı Tarihi diye okutulacak ders kitabı.
Ukpharos
Bir sınır beyliğiyken İslam dünyasının en güçlü devletine dönüştü Osmanlı İmparatoruğu. XVII. yüzyılda Avrupa'dan yana dönen dengeyle birlikte 1920'lere dek süren Batı bağımlılığı başladı. Kuşku yok ki bu serüvenin en görkemli dönemi 1300 ve 1600 yılları arasındaki Klâsik Çağ oldu. Yaşayan en büyük Osmanlı tarihçisi Halil İnalcık, 1973'te ilk kez İngilizce yayımlanışının ardından çevrildiği tüm dünya dillerinde geniş yankılar uyandıran bu incelemede, benzersiz bir dönemin olası en bütüncül ve en ...more
Hessa AlAtawi
I started reading this book a year ago expecting it to follow the British or American style in writing history. Unfortunately, the book is similar to most Arabic history books. The first chapters are divided based on periods while the following chapters focus on areas like commerce, agriculture, education and so forth. Even though I found the style of the book as well as the printing features difficult to follow, I was shocked to know how complicated & well - organized the different systems are. ...more
Mustafa Maher Tawfik
كتاب جميل , فيه دراسة للتاريخ العثماني من كافة الجوانب , السياسية و العلمية و الإجتماعية و الأقتصادية , هكذا يجب أن يدرس التاريخ لأن كل تغير في جانب يؤثر في الباقيين و قد أفلح الكاتب في الربط فيما بينهم و لكن يعيب الكتاب انه ممل قليل لأنه أكاديمي جدا كما يعيبه ذكر التواريخ بالميلادي مما أثر علي ربط الأحداث قليلا
Cgcang
Dec 06, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
In many ways this is the quintessential source on Ottoman history. Perfect for beginners such as myself and also very useful for more advanced researchers or experts. I'm glad to have read it. ...more
Daniel Frank
An okay survey of early Ottoman history. The book's greatest strength is that it is quick and to the point. ...more
DreamDjinn
Sep 09, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: non-fiction, study
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Doris Raines
HE WAS A VERY TALENTED GIFTED MAN.
Ali Osman
Jan 05, 2021 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
A very comprehensive book by, one of the greatest of the Ottoman historians, Halil İnalcık. God bless his soul. It is a reputable book on world standards.
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He was born in Istanbul to a Crimean Tatar family, which left Crimea for Constantinople in 1905. His birthday is unknown but İnalcık chose 26 May 1916 for his birthday. He attended Balıkesir Teacher Training School, and then Ankara University, Faculty of Language, History and Geography, Department of History where he graduated from in 1940. He completed his PhD in 1943 in the same department. His ...more

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