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...A letter written in a cursive hand, addressed to captains and high-ranking officers in and around Szoboszlo and Nanas, in which Ali Pasha lets them know that he has been informed about their attempt to occupy two frontier cities. He warns...
...First English edition of Laugier's 'Histoire des négociations pour la paix conclue a Belgrade' (Paris, 1768). Laugier was secretary at the French embassy in Venice. The Treaty of Belgrade, signed in September 1738, brought to an end...
...It is one of the literary initiatives to unite the Christian forces against the Ottoman threat. It is published in 1523, in the aftermath of Süleyman I's conquest of Belgrade in 1521. That was harbinger of his major campaign against...
...First edition of this appeal to Pope Adrian VI written from Split in the aftermath of the capture of Belgrade by Suleiman I in August 1521. "Our towns and villages are in flames," he writes, "the crops ruined...our churches have been turned...
...A review of the state of European-Ottoman relations and policy in 1687, immediately following the fall of Buda and Pest to Emperor Leopold I's army. There is also a brief history of the events. The round-up of status reports includes...
...An account of the same action documented from the Spanish perspective in ARC_16535.04, here detailing the Roman state's contribution to the collective enterprise undertaken by Christian powers to combat the threat of Barbary pirates...
...A play with nine characters in verse on the exploits of Timur (1336-1405), the last of the great Turco-Mongol conquerors and founder of the Timurid Empire in Persia and Central Asia. Timur was also known as Aksak Timur, Amir Timur...
...The Ottoman Empire is one of the longest enduring empires in history. During its golden era in fifteenth and sixteenth centuries, most of the Arab world, together with a sizeable part of Eastern Europe, had been incorporated into its...