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Retour sur les privilèges des Alamanoğlu : Une lignée juive ottomane à travers les siècles

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Ottoman Jewish family Alamanoglu or Ashke-Nazi attracted the attention of historians since the late nineteenth century. The reason is discovered in the archives of several acts of tax exemptions on the family in general or any of its various branches spread throughout the Empire in particular. More recently 1859-1860 documents were unearthed in the Ottoman capital of the eastern department of the National Library St. Cyril and Methodius in Sofia. One of the advantages of the earlier version is to help us see more clearly on the historicity of the event causing the immunities of this family. As versions of the nineteenth century, it explains the privileged status of the line by the outstanding service rendered by an ancestor of Suleiman the Magnificent. The original text of the chapter is in French.

Keywords: Ottoman; Alamanoglu; tax exemptions



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