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Royal wrath: curbing the anger of Ottoman Sultans, 1450-1600
In 1522, the Ottoman navy besieged Rhodes with the presence of Sultan Suleyman (d.1566) himself. As the long and exhausting siege carried on seemingly in vain, a highly esteemed yet greedy commanderExpand
Ideal kingship in the late medieval world: Ottoman principles and perceptions
This study examines the characteristics of the ideal ruler as seen through the eyes of the members of late medieval societies. Throughout the study, main features attributed to the ideal ruler inExpand
The making of Sultan Süleyman: a study of process/es of image-making and reputation management
This dissertation is a study of the processes involved in the making of Sultan Suleyman's image and reputation within the two decades preceding and following his accession, delineating the variousExpand
Two Polish Ottomans
Surviving the "dark night" with the "rising of the sun": when the Monarch dies
Aiming at a better understanding of the various collective mechanisms involved in accepting the loss of a sovereign figure associated with the order of the universe, this paper investigates theExpand
Ideal kingship in the late medieval world: The Ottoman case
The aim of this study is to examine the characteristics of the ideal ruler as seen through the eyes of the members of late medieval societies. Throughout the study, main features attributed to theExpand
18 Royal Wrath: Curbing the Anger of the Sultan
In 1522, the Ottoman navy besieged Rhodes with the presence of Sultan Suleyman (d.1566) himself. As the long and exhausting siege carried on seemingly in vain, a highly esteemed yet greedy commanderExpand