Osmanlı İstanbul'unda esnaf ve ticaret / Sadık Müfit Bilge.
- 1. baskı.
- Cağaloğu, İstanbul : Kitabevi Yayınları, 2018.
- Kitabevi ; 693
xi, 163 pages : illustrations (chiefly color), facsimiles ; 24 cm.
- Artisans -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- History.
Merchants -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- History.
Occupations -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- History.
Istanbul (Turkey) -- Commerce -- History.
Trade routes -- Turkey -- History.
Guilds -- Turkey -- Istanbul -- History.
- Ottoman artisans and traders have been an important part of Ottoman city society for centuries. In contrast, in the Ottoman economic and social history researches, tradesmen and artisans were rarely studied until the 1980s. After this date, although studies on the mentioned issues increased, it is seen that these studies are very few and inadequate if we look at the studies and publications about tradesmen and artisans and trade in the Middle Ages and New Age European historical researches. The book consists of four chapters based on archival documents, sherry registers and other sources to make a contribution to tradesmen and artisans in the Ottoman Empire. In the first three sections of the book, for centuries Ottoman Istanbul as the number of shopkeepers and employees of the most crowded tradesmen groups, grocery, pastry-donut and barber shopkeepers, administrative structures, operating procedures, their work, produce and buy-sell products and social functions to be told are studied. In the fourth section, the 15th-18th, in the 13th century, trade and maritime transport between the Ottoman capital and the Caucasus are discussed.
- Includes bibliographical references (pages 133-148) and index.
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