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Evliya Çelebi in Diyarbekir

Éditeur : E.J. Brill Date & Lieu : 1988, Leiden
Préface : Pages : 32
Traduction : ISBN :
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 297x210 mm
Code FIKP : Liv. Ang.Thème : Mémoire

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Evliya Çelebi in Diyarbekir

Evliya Çelebi in Diyarbekir

Martin Van Bruinessen,
Hendrik Boeschoten

E. J. Brill

This book is the result of many people's efforts and contributions. Its foundation was laid when the five of us, all having different backgrounds, found each other at the Turkish Institute of Utrecht University in a common interest in Evliya Çelebi. It was the erudite Professor Henri Hofman who brought us together, and from whose wide range of knowledge we have profited much in all stages of our work.

From the beginning, we received

Table des Matières


List of plates / XI
Acknowledgements / XIII
Preface / XV
Abbreviations / XVII

I. Evliya Çelebi and his Seyahatname, by M. Van Bruinessen / 3
I. a Evliya's life and travels / 3
I. b Manuscripts and editions of the Seyahatname / 5
I. c Evliya's method of writing / 8
II. The Ottoman conquest of Diyarbekir and the administrative organisation of the province into the 16th and 17th centuries, by M. Van Bruinessen / 13
II. a Molla Idris Bitlisi and the incorporation of Diyarbekir in the Ottoman Empire / 14
II. b The administrative division of Diyarbekir and the privileges of the Kurdish rulers / 16
II. c The autonomous sancaqs in the 17th century / 22
II. d The position of the nomadic tribes in the administrative system / 27

III. The population of Diyarbekir: ethnic composition and other demographic data, by M. Van bruinessen / 29
III. a The various linguistic and religious groups living in Diyarbekir / 29
III. b Population statistics / 32
III. b. 1 The city / 32
III. b. 2 The province / 33
III. b. 3 The nomads / 35

IV. Economic life in Diyarbekir in the 17th century, by M. Van Bruinessen / 36
IV. a The decline of the long-distance trade / 36
IV. b Agriculture as the basis of Diyarbekir's economy / 38
IV. c Animal husbandry / 41
IV. d Crafts practised in the city / 42

V. Religious life in Diyarbekir: Islamic learning and the role of the tariqats, by M. Van Bruinessen / 45
V. a The medreses of Diyarbekir / 45
V. b The place of the Hanafi and Shafi'i madhhabs in Diyarbekir / 48
V. c The tarikats in Diyarbekir / 49

VI. The physical aspects of the city, by M. Kiel / 53
VI. a Evliya's review of Diyarbekir's architecture / 53
VI. b Mosques mentioned and not mentioned / 56
VI. c The Great Mosque / 57
VI. d Hans and caravanserais / 59
VI. e Baths / 60
VI. f The value of Evliya's acnmnt as a source for the history of art and urban development / 62

VII. On Evliya's style, by H. Lamers / 64
VII. a The "Indian Style" (sabq-i Hindi) / 64
VII. b Evliya's paragraph headings / 66
VII. c Stylistic embellishments and figures of speech / 67
VII. d Colloquial and dialect elements in Evliya's language / 69

VIII. Evliya' s spelling and our transliteration by H. Boeschoten / 71
VIII. a Peculiarities of Evliya's spelling / 71
VIII. b Our system of transliteration / 72
VIII. c The transliteration rules / 73
VIII. d Evliya' s misspellings / 78

IX. The Seyahatname as a source for linguistic investigation, by H. Boeschoten / 81
IX. a Our general approach / 81
IX. b Closed -ê- /84
IX. c Labial vowel harmony / 87
IX. d Consonant changes / 98
IX. e Evliya's barbarisms / 99
IX. f Evliya's sample of the Diyarbekir dialect / 100

Evliya's•description of Diyarbekir
Context of the sections published / 107
List of contents / 109
Transliteration / 112
Translation / 113

Appendix: Two poems on Divarbekir / 198

Bibliography / 232

Index of personal names / 242
Index of geographical names / 251
Index of names of tribes and peoples / 256
Index of religions, sects and tariqats / 25 7
Word index and glossary / 258

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