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This index presents a list of author names (or terms) that occur in this book titled Living in the Ottoman Ecumenical Community. During the thirteenth and fourteenth centuries the Ottoman dynasty was able to extend its rule over Anatolian and South East European territories. In Early Modern Europe cross-border ecumenical communities were often perceived by state authorities as monolitic entities. Venetian documents spoke of "Turkish" merchants who came to Venice and stayed there in the Fondaco dei Turchi situated in the very heart of the city. In most regions of the Ottoman Balkans, islamization reached its peak in the seventeenth and early eighteenth centuries, but in Bosnia the majority of the local population declared themselves Muslims just at the end of the sixteenth century.

Keywords: Ottoman dynasty; Venetian documents

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