Conquête ottomane de l'Égypte (1517). Arrière-plan, impact, échos

Abstract : Conquête ottomane de l’Égypte (1517) is the first collective work that deals with Selīm Ist’s crushing victory over the Mamluks, which made the Ottoman sultanate into the sole remaining Muslim power in the eastern Mediterranean, and reduced Egypt to the rank of a province. The book offers new insights into this major event by using a wide range of Ottoman and Arabic as well as Western sources. These essays in French and English collected by Benjamin Lellouch and Nicolas Michel examine to what extent the Ottoman conquest altered the structures of Egyptian society, power relations, literature, arts and material culture. They explore both its backgrounds and geopolitical aftermath, and reconstruct its echoes - loud at first, then gradually fading out - in the Middle East, Italy, and the Mediterranean.
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Benjamin Lellouch, Nicolas Michel. Conquête ottomane de l'Égypte (1517). Arrière-plan, impact, échos. France. Brill, 2013, 9789004225190. ⟨hal-01481072⟩

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