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Rise of the Bourgeoisie, Demise of EmpireOttoman Westernization and Social Change$

Fatma Müge Göçek

Print publication date: 1996

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Abbreviations of Archival Documents

  • A [Askeri Kassam]

    Archives of the Office of Islamic Ruling—The Registers of the Military Inheritance Partitioner

  • Ayniyat

    Prime Minister's Archives—Goods and Properties Accountancy Collection

  • B [Beledi Kassam]

    Archives of the Office of Islamic Ruling—The Registers of the Urban Inheritance Partitioner

  • Buyruldu

    Prime Minister's Archives—Rescript Collection

  • CA [Cevdet Adliye]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Juridical Section

  • CAsk [Cevdet Askeri]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Military Affairs Section

  • CD [Cevdet Dahiliye]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Internal Affairs Section

  • CH [Cevdet Hariciye]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Foreign Affairs Section

  • CI [Cevdet iktisat]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Economic Section

  • CM [Cevdet Maliye]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Finance Section

  • CS [Cevdet Saray]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Cevdet Classification, Palace Affairs Section

  • D [Topkapi Defter]

    Topkapi Palace Archives—Register

  • E [Topkapi Evrak]

    Topkapi Palace Archives—Document

  • HH [Haiti Hiimayun]

    Prime Minister's Archives—The Classification of the Imperial Orders

  • ibniilemin

    Prime Minister's Archives—Ibniilemin Classification

  • ID [trade Dahiliye]

    Prime Minister's Archives—State Decrees Collection

  • KK [Kamil Kepeci]

    Prime Minister's Archives—Kamil Kepeci Classification

  • ME [Milli Emlak]

    Prime Minister's Archives—National Properties Collection

  • MM [Maliyeden Miidevver]

    Prime Minister's Archives—The Registers of the Department of Finance

  • Mühimme

    Prime Minister's Archives—The Registers of the Petitions to the Sultan

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