Political Thought and Practice in the Ottoman Empire (Halcyon Days in Crete IX Symposium, Rethymno, 9-11 January 2015)
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Gara, E. (2015). Political Thought and Practice in the Ottoman Empire (Halcyon Days in Crete IX Symposium, Rethymno, 9-11 January 2015). Historein, 15(1), 186–192. https://doi.org/10.12681/historein.306
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