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The rebellion 1416: recontextualizing an Ottoman social movement

Salgırlı, Saygın (2012) The rebellion 1416: recontextualizing an Ottoman social movement. Journal of the Economic and Social History of the Orient, 55 (1). pp. 32-73. ISSN 0022-4995 (print) ; 1568-5209 (online)

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Official URL: http://dx.doi.org/10.1163/156852012X628491

Abstract

This paper reconsiders the Rebellion of 1416, formerly known as Sheikh Bedreddin's Rebellion. The rebellion, probably the largest in Ottoman history, began in 1416 and took place on two fronts—the western coast of Anatolia and the Zagora region of Bulgaria. This paper departs from the common approaches to the rebellion, which have focused on the persona of Sheikh Bedreddin and the impact of his heterodox formulation of Islam. It reexamines the rebellion in relation to the material conditions of the period, in the search for a clearer picture, albeit perhaps not a definitive one.

Item Type:Article
Uncontrolled Keywords:rebellion; social movement; heterodoxy; Karaburun; Serres; Bedreddin
Subjects:D History General and Old World > DS Asia > DS041-66 Middle East. Southwestern Asia. Ancient Orient. Arab East. Near East
D History General and Old World > DS Asia > DS035.3-77 The islamic world
D History General and Old World > DS Asia > DS155-156 Asia Minor
D History General and Old World > DF Greece > DF501-649 Medieval Greece. Byzantine Empire, 323-1453
D History General and Old World > DR Balkan Peninsula
ID Code:19035
Deposited By:Saygın Salgırlı
Deposited On:17 May 2012 10:13
Last Modified:22 May 2012 14:16

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