Working, marketing and consuming Ottoman copper-with a special emphasis on female involvement

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Tarih

2021

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Faroqhi, Suraija Roschan

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Brill

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Organizasyon Birimi
İnsan ve Toplum Bilimleri Fakültesi, Tarih Bölümü
Tarih Bölümü, çok-yönlü, disiplinler-arası, mukayeseli ve sosyolojik bir zenginlik üretmeyi; bu suretle, gerek Avrupa-merkezci veya Batı-merkezci, gerekse dar Osmanlı-Türk odaklı yaklaşımları aşmayı amaçlamaktadır.

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Özet

In the Ottoman context, studies dealing with metals made into objects, rather than with raw material sent to the mint, are not very common. Even personal ornaments made of precious metals have attracted only a limited amount of attention, although samples possessed by people outside the Ottoman court have survived, albeit in limited numbers. In the case of females we find ear- rings, necklaces, bracelets and jewelled headdresses, while males owned orna- mented weapons as well as horse-gear with silver inlays. Presumably, scholars have held back because it is very difficult to interpret the written documenta- tion relevant to metalwork – if it even exists. The refining of copper and the products of coppersmiths remain in limbo as well, apart from a number of catalogues describing items in public museums and private collections.

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Ottoman Context, Ottoman Court, Female

Kaynak

Making a Living in Ottoman Anatolia

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Faroqhi, S. R. (2021). Working, marketing and consuming Ottoman copper-with a special emphasis on female involvement. E. Boyar K. Fleet (Ed.), Making a Living in Ottoman Anatolia içinde (135-156. ss.). Leiden: Brill. https://doi.org/10.1163/9789004466982_007