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Un territoire « bien gardé » du sultan ? Les Ottomans dans leur vilâyet de Basra, 1565–1568

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This chapter discusses a diverse range of social, cultural and economic aspects of the Ottoman Middle East. It mainly summarizes the events occurred in the Canpulad campaign, and describes the story of one of the powerful Arab leaders Gelibolulu Mustafa Ali. He gathered a number of malicious Arabs galloping in the desert and quarrelsome and began to engage in the region to sedition and mischief. It provides the overall view of how the province accounted for the Ottomans and what was the position of representative of the door there. Population reported that all Cezâ'ir consists of 360 streams. Each first inhabited an island with his clan and its customers and is personally appropriate the income of date palms that were there and rice fields they cultivated it, and they did not think it was better to pay tithes and product to anyone.

Keywords: Canpulad campaign; Ottoman; Gelibolulu Mustafa Ali; Middle East



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