2020. no 1. Halil Inalcik
Power Relationships between Russia, the Crimea
and the Ottoman Empire as Reflected in Titulature. Part 2.
Abstract. The given article is a Russian translation of the Turkish historian (of the Crimean Tatar origin) Halil Inalcik`s work “Power Relationships between Russia, the Crimea and the Ottoman Empire as Reflected in Titulature”. The author focuses attention on changes in titulature of Russian tsars and other rulers in the context of changes in mutual power relationships between the states. The author also analyses economic relationships between the given countries, pays attention to the tribute paid by the neighboring countries to the Crimean Khanate. The author stresses the most important of them: uluğ hazine, koltka, tiyiş, bölek, vergi, pişkeş. The essence of tribute sent to the Crimean Khan, his family members, officials, begs and servants is carefully considered.
Keywords: Crımean Khanate, Ottoman Empire, Russia, titulature, tribute, power relationships, officials.
For citation: Inalcik H. Power Relationships between Russia, the Crimea and the Ottoman Empire as Reflected in Titulature. Part 2. / Inalcik H.; Transc. Seytkhalilova L. S. Krymskoe istoricheskoe obozrenie=Crimean Historical Review. 2020, no. 1, pp. 19–44. DOI: 10.22378/kio.2020.1.19-44
About the translator: Seitkhalilova Leylya Seyitkhalilovna – senior English language teacher, laboratory assistant of the Crimean Scientific Center of Sh. Marjani Institute of History of Tatarstan Academy of Sciences (420111, Kazan, Baturin st., 7A, Russian Federation); email@example.com