Halil Sahillioğlu

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This is a study of the Ottoman archive documents on juridical court cases related with medicine. The main source is the qadi registers in Bursa, Turkey. The documents comprise the malpractice cases by physicians, the diagnosis of the leprous and the insane; and the decisions of qadis about several cases, for example, about a pharmacist, the personnel of the(More)
The Ottoman capital was constituted of four judicial regions (mevleviyet, molla kursusu): Istanbul (within the citywalls), Galata (the Roumelian side of Bosphorous from Kasimpasha to Rumelifeneri), Eyup (western bank of the Golden Horn and Scutari. Since one judicial court did not suffice for this spacious area, each region was subdivided into districts(More)
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