Institute for Mediterranean Studies
Halcyon Days in Crete ΙV
2002

The Ottoman Empire possessed an administrative maritime network extending from the Indian Ocean up to the North African frontier of the Mediterranean Sea and from the Red Sea up to the great river that connected the Turkish territories with Central Europe, the Danube. Twenty-five contributors included in this volume study the leading figure of the Ottoman naval administration, the Kapudan Pasha.

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978-960-524-151-3