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Annals of the Turkish Empire

Höfundur: Mustafa Naima Rafbók

Annals of the Turkish Empire is a narrative of the most important and interesting events which had transpired within the Turkish dominions within seventy years, from 1591 to 1660. Besides other incidents of importance, negotiations and treaties - friendly and commercial with foreign powers, the book includes the author's detailed account of all the wars, offensive and defensive, foreign and domestic, in which the Turks had been engaged during that period.

The Grand Vezír, Ferhád Páshá, Deposed, and the Vezírship Conferred on Síávush Páshá
The Militia of Tabríz
The Muftí Effendí, Bostánízádeh, Deposed, and Zekeríá Effendí Appointed in His Stead
Disturbance on the Confines of Bosnia and Hungary—Movements of the Infidels
News From the East
Concerning Learned Men
The Spáhís Create a Disturbance in the Diván
The Grand Vezír, Síávush Páshá, Deposed
A Rupture Betwixt the Ottomans and the Austrians
The Grand Vezír, Sinán Páshá, Determines on Carrying the War Into Hungary
The Enemy Advances to Belgrade
Felk Falls Into the Hands of the Enemy
The Faithless Are Chastised
The Base and Ignoble Infidels Besiege Khutván
The Siege of Osterghún
The Request of the Prime Minister
Yanuk Laid Siege to
The Moslem Warriors Begin an Assault
The Conquest of Yanuk
Komran Laid Siege to
The Waiwoda of Moldavia Rebels
Concerning the Insurrection Occasioned by Michael, Waiwoda of Valachia
Death of Sultán Murád III.
The Late Emperor's Age—The Time of His Reign—Some of His Virtues and Good Deeds Described
Vezírs Contemporary With Sultán Murád Khán
Learned Men Contemporary With Sultán Murád Khán
Reverend Doctors Contemporary With Murád Khán
Facts Relative to the New Emperor, Sultán Mohammed Khán III.
Ferhád Páshá Prepares to Set Out for Valachia
Ferhád Arrives on the Banks of the Danube
Ferhád is Deposed—Sinán Páshá Raised to the Premiership
Sinán Páshá is Made Grand Vezír a Fifth Time
Sinán Páshá's Death—Ibrahím Páshá is Made Grand Vezír

© 2019 e-artnow (Rafbók) ISBN: 4057664556387 Þýðandi: Charles Fraser

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