MUFTIS, MAMLUKS, SIPAHIS AND OTHERS: AN OTTOMAN MISCELLANY

MUFTIS, MAMLUKS, SIPAHIS AND OTHERS: AN OTTOMAN MISCELLANY

Introduction

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Author
Colin IMBER
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2022 163 p.
ISBN
978-975-428-674-8
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20.00 $