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This front matter section of this book titled British diplomacy in Turkey, 1583 to the present : a study in the evolution of the resident embassy contains a list of illustrations ,a preface , acknowledgements , a list of abbreviations , a list of maps and illustrations. By the late sixteenth century the resident embassy, although still a relatively novel development in the history of diplomacy, was already a well-established institution. This was underlined by the willingness even of princes of different religions to exchange ambassadors, as noted with approval in 1585 by the influential lawyer Alberico Gentili. Promoting trade may have been the main priority, but even during Harborne's time a political interest in English friendship with Turkey had also become important.

Keywords: resident embassy; Turkey

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