Inside the Seraglio: private lives of the sultans in Istanbul
Penguin, 1 Tem 2001 - 360 sayfa
Ahmet III (1703-30) was the 23rd sultan of the imperial Osmanli dynasty. His predecessors had created the vast Ottoman empire, but by the time of Ahmet's reign, the empire was in decline, and the sultans spent most of their time in Istanbul's fabled pleasure palace, Topkapi Sarayi-known to the Turks as the House of Felicity. In this fascinating work, John Freely explores the decadent world within the palace walls and exposes most of the later sultans as weak, some as insane, and many as dominated by their wives or mothers. Freely describes the imperial harem, black eunuch guards, and the other people who served and amused the sultans-and sometimes imprisoned and murdered them. Witty, detailed, and illustrated throughout, this book is an opulent pleasure.
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Abdiil Abdul Aziz Abdul Hamit Abdul Mecit Ahmet III army Ayse bailo Bayraktar became sultan began Beyazit Bosphorus brother buried Cage caliph campaign Cantemir celebrated chamber chief black eunuch Ciragan Sarayi concubines confined Constantinople court Dallam daughter death deposed describes died Dolmabahce Sarayi Edirne Edirne Sarayi Efendi eldest emperor eunuch Evliya father Fatih favourite fetva gardens Gate gave girl Golden Horn grand vezir Haghia Sophia harem of Topkapi haseki Ibrahim Pasha imperial Istanbul Janissaries killed kiosk known Kosem ladies Mahmut Manisa married Mehmet IV Mehmet Pasha Midhat mother Murat III Murat IV Mustafa III Nurbanu Old Saray Osman Osmanh line Ottoman Empire passed pavilion Pertevniyal Prince rebels reign Roxelana Rycaut Safiye Selim Selim III sent Seraglio Siileyman slave Sokollu Mehmet Pasha sons strangled Suleyman Sultan Ahmet surviving throne tiirbe took Topkapi Sarayi Turkish Turks Vahidettin valide sultan women writes Yildiz Sarayi young