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EDITORS DEJANIRAH COUTO FEZA GUNERGUN MARIA PIA PEDANI ISTANBUL, 2014
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SEAPOWER, TECHNOLOGY AND TRADE EDITORS DEJANIRAH COUTO FEZA GUNERGUN MARIA PIA PEDANI Kapak GÖRSELİ: FEYHAMAN DURAN, “TERSANE-İ AMİRE”, 1949, ISTANBUL NAVAL MUSEUM COLLECTION GRAFİK TASARIM: MERİÇ KÖSTEM Baskı: LİMİT OFSET - METİN ESKİBAĞ MALTEPE MAH. LİTROS YOLU 2. MATBAACILAR SİTESİ NO: 2-4 D: ZA-13 / ZEYTİNBURNU - İSTANBUL TEL: 0212 567 45 35 SERTİFİKA NUMARASI: 28397 Yayın Hakları: © Denİzler Kitabevİ / Kaptan Yayıncılık Yayıncı Sertİfİka Numarası: 16275 ISBN: 978-9944-264-51-8 Basım: MAYIS, 2014 Bu eserin bütün hakları Denİzler Kİtabevİ / Kaptan Yayıncılık’a aİttİr. Yayıncısından yazılı İzİn alınmadan kısmen veya tamamen alıntı yapılamaz, hİçbİr şekİlde kopya edİlemez, çoğaltılamaz ve yayınlanamaz. Denİzler Kİtabevİ / Kaptan Yayıncılık İstİklal Cad. No: 199/A Beyoğlu İstanbul / Türkİye Tel: +90 212 249 88 93 Fax: +90 212 243 84 82 [email protected] www.denizlerkitabevi.com
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9 CONTENTS Introduction Dejanirah Couto, Feza Günergun, Maria Pia Pedani Part I - Maritime Powers and Conflicts: The Mediterranean, Aegean Sea and Black Sea Ties that bind: An ottoman maritime patron from the Mediterranean to the Indian Ocean Nabil al-Tikriti Phocaea port: From the Genoese to the Ottomans Zeki Arıkan Preveza battle from a naval perspective Ali Rıza İşipek Turgut Reis (1485-1565): The uncrowned King of the Mediterranean (1485-1565) Özlem Kumrular The expedition of Charles V to Algiers: Before and after the duel and balance in the Mediterranean Özlem Kumrular The Cretan War and Köprülü Mehmet Pasha’s rise to power Filiz Eşli The Ottoman-Russian alliance in the Balkans and the Seven Islands naval operation (1798-1799) Hanife Öztürk The first naval campaign of Sultan Abdülaziz: The role of the Ottoman navy during the Montenegro revolt Gökhan Atmaca Part II - Maritime Powers and Conflicts: Indian Ocean and Red Sea Rivalries and collaborations: Ottoman and Portuguese empires in a comparative historiography Salih Özbaran Ottoman warships in the Indian Ocean armada of 1538: A Qualitative and statistical analysis Giancarlo Casale Rumi networks in India and the second siege of Diu (1546) Dejanirah Couto The Ottomans and the sixteenth century Bay of Bengal Rila Mukherjee Turkish networks in the western Indian Ocean in the 16 th -17 th Centuries Radhika Seshan Some geographical and nautical comments on the Muhît and other related works of Seydi Ali Reis José Malhão Pereira Ottoman lighthouses in the Red Sea Taner Albayrak The Sadana Island shipwreck from the Red Sea to Ottoman Istanbul Cheryl Anne Ward Part III – Naval Strategies Anti-ottoman activities of the Order of the Knights of St. Stephen during the second half of the 16 th century Mikail Acıpınar The era of “Ghazi Hasan Pasha of Algiers” (1713 - 1790) and its aftermath: The last visionary ottoman Grand Admiral (Grand Vizier) Levent Kirval 13 15 17 29 41 48 53 58 66 74 81 83 89 103 115 130 136 146 153 163 165 173
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Life on board: The Americans and the Ottoman Navy in the Levant during the first half of the 19
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