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Author Name Machiel Kiel
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1) "Anatolia Transplanted? Patterns of Demographic, Religious and Ethnic Change in the District of Tozluk (N.E. Bulgaria, 1479-1873," in: Anatolica 17, Leiden-Leuven, 1991, p. 1-29
2) "Remarks on the administration of the poll tax (Cizye) in the Ottoman Balkans," Second International Seminar for Otto-man Palaeography, Sofia, Sept.-Oct. 1988, in: Etudes Bal-kaniques No 4, Sofia, 1990, p. 70-104.
3) "H'razgrad - Hezargrad - Razgrad, The vicissitudes of a Turkish town in Bulgaria (Historical, Demographical, Economic and Art Historical Notes)," in: Turcica XXI-XIII 1991 (Mélanges offerts à Irène Mélikoff), p. 495-563.
4) "Zur Gründung und Frühgeschichte der Stadt Trjavna in Bulgari-en. Unbenützte osmanische administrative Quellen aus den Archiven von Istanbul, Ankara und Sofia über Gründung und Entwicklung Trjavnas 1565-1702. Ein Beitrag zur Entmytho-logisierung der Geschichte Bulgariens", in: Münchner Zeit-schrift für Balkankunde, 7-8, München 1991, 5.191-218
5) "The Dobrudja, Bridge and Meeting point Between the Balkans, Anatolia and the Ukraine. The Ottoman Turkish Sources for the History, the Historical demography and the Settlement history of the Dobrudja and how they can be used", in: Pro-ceedings of the International Conference on Ukraine and the Ottoman Empire, 15th - l9th Centuries, Kiev, October 1992, 20 p. (unpublished)
6) Article "Nevrokop", in: Encyclopaedia of Islam. Vol. VII, Lon-don, Leiden, Paris 1993, p. 9-11.
7) "Ottoman Kyustendil in the 15th and 16th Century. Administra-tive Documents from the Turkish Archives versus Myths and Assumptions in Bulgarian Historiography," in: Izvestija na Istoričeski Muzej - Kyustendil, vol. V, 1993, p. 141 - 169.
8) "Mevlana Ne◊ri and the towns of medieval Bulgaria, historical and topographical notes", in: C. Heywood-C. Imber (eds.), Studies in Ottoman History in Honour of Professor V. L. Ménage, Istanbul, Isis Press, 1994, pp. 165-187.
9) Article "‘Othman Pazar", in: Encyclopaedia of Islam. Vol. VIII, 1995, p. 185-188.
10) Article "Plewna" (Pleven), in: Encyclopaedia of Islam. Vol. VIII, 1995, p. 317-320.
11) Article "Selvi", in: Encylopaedia of Islam, vol. IX, 1996.
12) "Little-known Ottoman Gravestones from some provincial cen-tres in the Balkans, Eǧriboz/Chalkis, Niǧbolu/Nikopol and Rusçuk/Russe," in; Jean-Louis Bacqué-Grammont and Aksel Tibet, Cimetières et traditions funéraires dans le monde islamique, Ankara (TTK), I, 1996, p. 319-332.
13) "TATAR PAZARCIK. The Development of an Ottoman Town in Central-Bulgaria or the Story of how the Bulgarians con-quered Upper Thrace without firing a shot, in: Klaus Kreiser, Christoph Neumann (eds.). Das osmanische Reich und seinen Archivalien und Chroniken, Nejat Göyünç zu Ehren, Istanbul 1997, p. 31-67.
14) The Story of the Forced Mass Conversion of the Rhodope Chris-tians and of Some Related Sources, and the Ottoman Popula-tion- and Taxation Records of the 16th-18th Centuries, pub-lished in Bulgarian as part of "The Spread of Islam in the Bulgarian Countryside. Ottoman administrative sources ver-sus long-standing historiographic mythology." in: Rossitsa Gradeva-Svetlana Ivanova (eds.) Mjusjulmanskata Kultura po Bălgarskite Zemi, Sofia 1998, p. 57-126.
15) "IZLADI / Zlatitsa. Population Changes, Colonisation and Islamisation in a Bulgarian Mountain Canton, 15th - 19th Centuries". In: Evgeni Radu·ev, Zara Kostova (eds.), Studia In Honorem Professoris Verae Mutafčieva, Sofia 2001, p. 175-187.
16) The Ottoman Turkish Colonisation of the Balkans and the Spread of Islam, Some practical examples from the Bulgarian countryside, published in Bulgarian as part of “The Spread of Islam in the Bulgarian countryside. Ottoman administrative sources versus long-standing historiographie mythology.” In Rossitsa Gradeva-Svetlana Ivanova (eds.) Mjusjulmanskata Kultura po Bălgarskite Zemi, Sofia 1998, p. 57-126