Venetians and Ottomans in the Early Modern Age
Essays on Economic and Social Connected History
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The present volume, a collection of papers focusing on Venice and those former Venetian colonies which passed to the Ottoman Empire during the early Modern age, retraces the relationship between Venetians and Ottomans in terms of their economic and social history from the end of the XV to the XVIII century showing the permeability of the ruling forces of these two great empires within a continuous and changing stream.
16th century centralization • Ottoman household system • Ottoman merchants • Murad III • Venetian • John VIII Paleologus • Sehzade Mehmed • Anonymous author from 1490 • Commodity • Laonicos Chalkokondyles • Ottoman Candia • Rethymno • Byzantium • Larnaca • Felix Petantius • Chrysobull • Iacopo Promontorio de Campis • Ottoman history • Commercial partnerships history • Venice • Maritime transportation • Mehmed III • Mülk villages • Insurances history • Vineyards • Venetian Candia • Ottoman Economic History • Ottoman Empire • Venetian diplomats • Trade privileges • Sultan Mehmed II • Tapu registers • Levant • Property • Ottoman • Venetian notaries • Income and expenses of the Ottoman Empire • Ahd-nāme • Crete • Spatial history • Trade • Ottoman empire