Historical dictionary of the Ottoman Empire
Call Number: KEN Ref DR436 .S66 2012
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Author: İnan, Süleyman
Article title: Political Marriage: The Sons-in-Law of the Ottoman Dynasty in the Late Ottoman State
Journal title: Middle Eastern Studies
Publication information: Jan2014, Vol. 50 Issue 1, p61-73
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