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Reading between the lines, interpreting Ottoman cadasdtral surveys anew (some remarks on the discriminatory rates and the so – called “fines")


Moačanin, Nenad
Reading between the lines, interpreting Ottoman cadasdtral surveys anew (some remarks on the discriminatory rates and the so – called “fines") // Osmanische Welten: Quellen und Fallstudien, Festschrift für Michael Ursinus / Johannes Zimmerman, Christoph Herzog, Raoul Motika (ur.).
Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press, 2016. str. 447-475


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Naslov
Reading between the lines, interpreting Ottoman cadasdtral surveys anew (some remarks on the discriminatory rates and the so – called “fines")

Autori
Moačanin, Nenad

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Poglavlja u knjigama, znanstveni

Knjiga
Osmanische Welten: Quellen und Fallstudien, Festschrift für Michael Ursinus

Urednik/ci
Johannes Zimmerman, Christoph Herzog, Raoul Motika

Izdavač
University of Bamberg Press

Grad
Bamberg

Godina
2016

Raspon stranica
447-475

ISBN
978-3-86309-413-3

Ključne riječi
Ottoman Empire, taxation, fines

Sažetak
It is a commonplace in the writings on the Ottoman social and economic history that the discriminatory rates outside the provinces under the miri land regime, as well as the “fines”, which the tax records are calling badihava or niyabet, do not display any meaningful connection with any of the other known figures, in particular with the number of fiscal units. The first misconception was due to “too much statistics”, while the second one is a consequence of the “no statistics” approach. The use of more traditional historical criticism can help to soften the pessimistic view which presents the discriminatory rates as undisputably worse than the tithe. On the other hand, statistics may help to discover how the badihava offers good insight into the inequalities of wealth among the reayas subject to the miri land regime.

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Povijest



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Projekti:
IP-2013-11-9215 - Evlija Čelebi i Hrvati, nove perspektive (EvliyaChelebi) (Moačanin, Nenad, HRZZ - 2013-11) ( POIROT)

Ustanove:
Filozofski fakultet, Zagreb

Profili:

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Citiraj ovu publikaciju

Moačanin, Nenad
Reading between the lines, interpreting Ottoman cadasdtral surveys anew (some remarks on the discriminatory rates and the so – called “fines") // Osmanische Welten: Quellen und Fallstudien, Festschrift für Michael Ursinus / Johannes Zimmerman, Christoph Herzog, Raoul Motika (ur.).
Bamberg: University of Bamberg Press, 2016. str. 447-475
Moačanin, N. (2016) Reading between the lines, interpreting Ottoman cadasdtral surveys anew (some remarks on the discriminatory rates and the so – called “fines"). U: Johannes Zimmerman, Christoph Herzog, Raoul Motika (ur.) Osmanische Welten: Quellen und Fallstudien, Festschrift für Michael Ursinus. Bamberg, University of Bamberg Press, str. 447-475.
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