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Cash Waqfs of Bursa, 1555-1823

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By organizing as well as financing expenditures on education, health, welfare and a host of other activities, cash endowments played a vitally important role in the Ottoman social fabric and did so without any cost to the state. This article aims at analyzing the way these endowments functioned and contributed to the society over the long term, covering almost three hundred years.

Affiliations: 1: Bogaziçi University, Istanbul


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