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Evliya Çelebi in Medina

Evliya Г‡elebi

Evliya Çelebi in Medina

the relevant sections of the Seyahatname

by Evliya Г‡elebi

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Published by Brill in Leiden, Boston .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Travel,
  • Description and travel

  • Edition Notes

    Includes bibliographical references and index.

    Statementedited with commentary and introduction by Nurettin Gemici ; translation of the Ottoman Turkish text by Robert Dankoff
    SeriesEvliya Çelebi"s book of travels -- v. 6
    ContributionsGemici, Nurettin, Dankoff, Robert
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsDS248.M5 E95 2012
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL25223777M
    ISBN 109789004211353, 9789004216617
    LC Control Number2012006053

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    Evliya Çelebi -- Book of Travels. Our Shared Europe. FAQs Deep zoom Virtual Tour Film Welcome. Introduction. not a reference. In the 17th Century an Ottoman traveller – Evliya Celebi – was inspired by a dream to embark on a journey across the Ottoman Empire. Read more. Exhibition. not a reference. (source: Nielsen Book Data) Evliya Celebi was the 17th century's most diligent, adventurous, and honest recorder, whose puckish wit and humor are laced throughout his ten-volume masterpiece. This brand new translation brings Evliya sparklingly back to life. "Well worth a read."-Irish Echo 7/ (source: Nielsen Book Data).


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This book offers a critical edition of the section from Evliyā's Travels about Medina. The Intimate Life of an Ottoman Statesman, Melek Ahmed Pasha (): As Portrayed in Evliya Celebi's Book of Travels (Seyahat-name) (SUNY series in Medieval Middle East History) Jul 3, by Robert Dankoff, Rhoads Murphy.

Evliya Celebi, travelled to Medina as part of his pilgrimage. This book presents Evliya's account of the places he visited and of life in the city of Medina in the seventeenth century.

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The relevant section of the Seyahatname. Edited with translation, commentary and introduction. Evliya Celebi: Evliya Celebi in Medina. - EST: Seyahatname Gemici, Nurettin Marburg: Tectum-Verl., (Edition Wissenschaft / Reihe Orientalistik; 10).

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The Müntehabat-ı Evliya Çelebi were small selections from the first volume, which appeared four times between / and / in Istanbul and Bulaq. These selections confirmed the general view, which considered the Seyahatname an entertaining fairy tale.

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In his book, Evliya Çelebi traces his paternal genealogy back to Khoja Akhmet Yassawi, an early Sufi mystic. Evliya Çelebi received a court education from the Imperial ulama (scholars). [5] He may have joined the Gulshani Sufi order, as he shows an intimate knowledge of their khanqah in Cairo, and a graffito exists in which he referred to himself as Evliya-yı Gülşenî ("Evliya of the Gülşenî").

Evliya possessed a vivid imagination, occasionally mixing fact and fantasy; he described places he could not possibly have visited. Noted for his fascinating anecdotes and charming style, he wrote about the ethnography, history, and geography of the Ottoman Empire and neighbouring lands and about the inner workings of the Ottoman government during the 17th century.

Evliya Celebi, the famous Ottoman traveler of the seventeenth century, visited many countries under the sovereignity of the Ottoman Empire in Europe, Asia and Africa, including the Mecca and Medina. This book offers a critical edition of the section from Evliya's Travels about Medina.

It includes first-hand information on the administrative. Evliya Çelebi, an Ottoman learned person with good connections in the Sultan’s court, was an exceptional figure who devoted forty years to travelling within the vast boundaries of the Ottoman Empire, and left a ten-volume book on his travels (seyahatnamesi).

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He travelled far and wide across Europe and North Africa and wrote extensively about his adventures in Seyahatname – “Book of Travels”. Evliya Çelebi (c) was a member of a well-established Turkish family in Istanbul with ties to the Ottoman court.

However, he never aspired to hold an official government position since the only thing he wished for was to become a world traveler. Evliya took in Anatolia, Mecca, Medina, Jerusalem, Cairo, Athens, Corinth, Sudan, and swathes of Europe from Crimea to—supposedly—the Low Countries. His path crossed Buddhists and crusading warriors, the Bedouin and Venetian sailors, ambassadors, monks.

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This is a guidebook to Turkey's long-distance cultural route, which follows the Ottoman gentleman adventurer Evliya Celibi on his way to Mecca in ; and runs for km from the Sea of Marmara via Bursa, Kutahya and Afyon to Usak and Simav.

It features a route description, map, historical background, and places to see." by İnci Oya Coşkun. Evliya Çelebi (Ottoman Turkish: اوليا چلبى‎), was an Ottoman Turk who travelled through the territory of the Ottoman Empire and neighboring lands over a period of forty years, recording his commentary in a travelogue called Seyâhatnâme.

Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa in the Seventeenth Century by Evliya Çelebi by Evliya Elebi, Evliya Celebi, Evliya Çelebi Paperback, Pages, Published by General Books Llc ISBNISBN: Evliya Celebi was the 17th century's most diligent, adventurous, and honest recorder, whose puckish wit and humor are laced throughout his ten-volume masterpiece.

This brand new translation brings Evliya sparklingly back to life. "Well worth a read."-Irish Echo 7/Şablon:Nofootnotes Evliya Çelebi (March 25(?), – ) (اوليا چلبىŞablon:Huh) was a Turkish traveler who journeyed through the territory of the Ottoman Empire and neighboring lands over a period of forty years.

Konu başlıkları[göster] Life Evliya Çelebi was born in Constantinople (present-day Istanbul) in to a family from Kutahya. His father was Derviş Mehmed.