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Author Stein, Mark L.

Title Guarding the Frontier : Ottoman Border Forts and Garrisons in Europe.

Published London : I.B. Tauris & Co., 2007.

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Physical description 1 online resource (232 pages)
Series Library of Ottoman Studies
Library of Ottoman studies.
Contents List of Tables; Acknowledgements; Introduction; 1. Frontiers and Ottoman Frontiers; 2. The Fortresses; 3. Garrison Troops; 4. Garrison Size; 5. Frontier Administration; Conclusion; Gazetteer; Tables; Notes; Bibliography; Glossary of Terms; Index.
Summary The seventeenth-century Ottoman-Habsburg frontier was the scene of chronic conflict. The defences of both empires were based on a line of fortresses, spanning the border. Mark Stein gives us a fascinating insight into everyday life on the frontier in this turbulent time in Ottoman history, by investigating the social, economic, and military aspects of Ottoman forts and garrisons in a new comparative approach. Drawing on a wide range of Ottoman and Western archival and narrative sources, "Guarding the Frontier" assesses the state of early-modern Ottoman military architecture and siege.
Subject Fortification -- Turkey.
Garrisons -- Turkey.
ISBN 9780857713131
0857713132