master's thesis
Ottoman economic and political systems on the European soil until 1402

Marko Malbaša (2017)
University of Zadar
Department of History
Metadata
TitleOsmanski gospodarski i politički sustavi na europskom tlu do 1402. godine
AuthorMarko Malbaša
Mentor(s)Mladen Ančić (thesis advisor)
Abstract
Začetnikom rane osmanske države smatra se Osman (1281?-1326) koji je započeo sa teritorijalnom ekspanzijom vlastitog begluka uz pomoć lokalnih saveznika. Osmanova država nastavlja se širiti pod vlašću njegovog sina Orhana čije će djelovanje kulminirati zauzimanjem prvog osmanskog posjeda na europskom tlu, utvrde Cimpe 1353. godine. Orhana nasljeđuje sin Murat I. koji nastavlja sa teritorijalnom i političkom ekspanzijom. U sukobu sa snagama srpske srednjovjekovne države pogiba u bitci na Kosovu polju 1389. godine. Njegov sin Bajazid I. učvršćuje ekonomsku, vojnu i političku stabilnost države sve do svoje smrti 1402. godine kada biva poražen od Timurove vojske u bitci kod Ankare. Osmanska država za vrijeme vladavine prva četiri sultana doživljava promjene u političkim i gospodarskim sustavima što se manifestira kroz uvođenje mnogih poreza, zakona kao i stvaranjem suživota sa kršćanskim stanovništvom. Svojim razvojem osmanska država postaje jedan od ključnih euroazijskih političkih i gospodarskih faktora kasnog srednjeg vijeka.
KeywordsThe Early Ottoman State economics politics taxes timar system centralization Southeastern Europe Ottoman Empire
Parallel title (English)Ottoman economic and political systems on the European soil until 1402
Committee MembersSerđo Dokoza (committee chairperson)
Valentina Šoštarić (committee member)
Mladen Ančić (committee member)
GranterUniversity of Zadar
Lower level organizational unitsDepartment of History
PlaceZadar
StateCroatia
Scientific field, discipline, subdisciplineHUMANISTIC SCIENCES
History
Early Croatian and World History
Study programme typeuniversity
Study levelgraduate
Study programmeHistory
Academic title abbreviationmag. hist.
Genremaster's thesis
Language Croatian
Defense date2017-06-14
Parallel abstract (English)
Initiator of The early Ottoman State is tought to be Osman (1281 – 1326) who commenced with the territorial expansion of his own beylik with the help of local allies. Osman's State continued to grow under the authority of his son Orhan whose endeavour culminated by conquesting the first Ottoman territory on the European soil, and that was the fortress Tzimpe in 1353. Murad I, the son of Osman, continued with the expansion after which he died in the Battle of Kosovo in 1389. Murad's son Bayezid I stabilized economical, military and political situation of the Ottoman State, all until his death in 1402 when he was defeated by Tamerlain in the Battle of Ankara. The Ottoman State, during the reign of the first four sultans, had encountered political and economic changes which manifested through the imposition od taxes, laws and establishing coexistence with Christian population. With its development, the Ottoman State became one od the crucial Eurasian political and economic factors of the Late Medieval Period.
Parallel keywords (Croatian)rana osmanska država gospodarstvo politika porezi timar centralizacija Jugoistočna Europa Osmansko Carstvo
Resource typetext
Access conditionOpen access
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URN:NBNhttps://urn.nsk.hr/urn:nbn:hr:162:859943
CommitterMarta Unković