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The quantity of money in england 1180-1247: a model
(Bancaria Editrice, 2003)
Tarihçilerin bilgi arama davranışları
(Türk Kütüphaneciler Derneği, 2007)
Tarihi 1940’lı yıllara dayanan kullanıcı araştırmaları içinde 1970’li yıllardan itibaren yer alan tarihçiler, birçok araştırmaya konu olmuştur. Bu makalede tarihçilerin bilgi arama davranışları; bilgi kaynakları, bilgi ...
Power relations between the state and tribe in ottoman eastern AnatoliaState and tribe in ottoman eastern turkey: a historical anthropological approach
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Historical Research, 2006)
Conversion to Islam as a social process
(Bulgarian Academy of Sciences, Institute of Historical Research, 2008)
Estate management and inflation: the honor of gloucester, 1183-1263
(The North American Conference on British Studies, 2002)
The death of Hywell Dda: a note
(University of Wales Press, 2001)
Multinational staff effectiveness in UN peace operations: The case of the U.S. army and UNMIH, 1994-1995
(Sage Publications, 2003)
This article draws upon the past analysis of Allan R. Millett, Williamson Murray, and Kenneth H. Watman concerning military organizational effectiveness. Those scholars examined wartime activities, but this discussion ...
The prosopography of English monastic orders at the dissolution: evidence from the national archives assessed
(Liverpool University Press, 2019)
This paper evaluates a number of series of document at The National Archives as evidence for the prosopography of monastic orders in England and Wales during the second half of the 1530s. In particular, the testimony of ...
The Ottoman gazel in the age of beloveds: poems about poetry
(Orient Inst der Deutsche Morgenlandische Gesellschaft, 2005)
The yörüks: their origins, expansion and economic role
Yörüks, are historically known as Turkmen (Turcoman), or Al-Atrak, being a branch of the Oguz group of peoples who invaded Asia Minor from the 1020's onwards. The Seljuk/Selcukid central government used to settle them on ...