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Adanir, Fikret (1998). The Ottoman Peasantries, c.1360-c.1860. In: Tom  Scott (ed.), The Peasantries of Europe. From the Fourteenth to the Eighteenth Centuries (London/New York: Longman), 269-310. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 29-8-2020). Download

Amedoski, Dragana (2017). Introduction of Rice Culture in the Central Balkans (15th and 16th Century). In:  State and Society in the Balkans before and after Establishment of Ottoman Rule, The Institute of History Belgrade, Collection of Works vol. 35 , Belgrade 2017, 235-256. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 2-9-2020). Download

Boykov, Grigor (2013). Mastering the Conquered Space: Resurrection of Urban Life in Ottoman Upper Thrace (14th – 17th C.). PhD Dissertation, Department of History İhsan Doğramacı Bilkent University Ankara April 2013, 432p. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 27-8-2020). Download

Fodor, Pál (2013). Hungary between East and West: The Ottoman Turkish Legacy. In: More Modoque. Die Wurzeln der europäischen Kultur und deren Rezeption im Orient und Okzident. Festschrift für Miklós Maróth zum siebzigsten Geburtstag. (Budapest: Forschungszentrum für Humanwissenschaften der Ungarischen Akademie der Wissenschaften, ISBN 978-615-5133-06-0), 399-419. (Retrieved from academia.edu 8-8-2020). Download

Fotić, Aleksandar (2011). The Introduction of Coffee and Tobacco to the Mid-West Balkans. In: Acta  Orientalia  Academiae  Scientiarum  Hung.  Volume  64  (1),  89–100  (2011). (Retrieved from academia.edu, 29-8-2020). Download

Géza, David and Pál Fodor, (2010). Political, Military, Demographic, and Social  Aspects of Ottoman Rule in Hungary. Exhibition on Ottoman Art 16-17thcentury. Ottoman Art and Architecture in Hungary and in the Center of the Empire. (Istanbul: European Capital of Culture Agency Traditional Arts Directorate, ISBN 978-605-88394-9-6), 27-36. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 8-8-2020). Download

Katić, Tatjana (2005). Serbia under the Ottoman Rule. In: Österreichische Osthefte, Österreichisches Ost- und Südosteuropa-Institut. Jahrgang 47, Heft 1-4. (Wien: ), 145-158. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 21-8-2020). Download

Katić, Tatjana (2016). The Ottoman ATTARS and herbal medicine in 16th-century Balkan towns. In: Plants and herbs in traditional Serbian culture. Serbian Folklorist Association, University Library „Svetozar Marković”, Belgrade, edited by Zoja Karanović and Jasmina Dražić. (Belgrade: Serbian Folklorist Association University Library „Svetozar Marković”, ISBN: 978-86-7301-080-9), 141-150. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 27-8-2020). Download

Katić, Tatjana (2018).Walking through the ravaged city: an eyewitness testimony to the demolition of the Belgrade fortress in 1690 (with Turkish summary).In: Belgrade 1521-1876, editor Dragana Amedoski. (Belgrade: The Institute of History Belgrade), 79-99. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 16-8-2020). Download

Krstić, Aleksandar (2017). Which Realm Will You Opt for?” – the Serbian Nobility between the Ottomans and the Hungarians in the 15th Century. In: State and Society in the Balkans before and after Establishment of Ottoman Rule, editors. Srđan Rudić and Selim Aslantaş, The Institute of History Belgrade. Collection of Works, vol.35. (Belgrade: The Institute of History Belgrade), 129-163. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 16-8-2020). Download

Mrgić, Jelena (2011). Wine or  Raki– The Interplay of Climate and Society in Early Modern Ottoman Bosnia. In: Environment & History 17-4 (2011), 613-637. (Cambridgeshire: The White Horse Press,2011) (Retrieved from academia.edu, 3-9-2020). Download

Mrgić, Jelena (2017). Aqua vitae – Notes on Geographies of Alcohol Production and Consumption in the Ottoman Balkans. In: Етноантрополошки проблеми, н. с. год. 12 св. 4 (2017), 1309-1328. (Retrieved from academia.edu 27-8-2019). Download

Mujadžević, Dino (2009). Surviving elements of Ottoman legacy in the Balkans in non-Muslim Communities and cultures. In: The Ottoman Legacy and the Balkan Muslim Communities today. Conference Proceedings, Sarajevo, 16-18 October 2009. Editor: Dr Halit Eren. (Istanbul: The Balkans Civilisation Centre, ISBN 978-605-88558-2-3 ), 101-112. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 8-8-2020). Download

Mullahia, Anila (2015). Balkan’s Landscape as per the Records of Foreign Travelers in Past Centuries. In: Science Direct. Agriculture and Agricultural Science Procedia 4 ( 2015 ), 392 – 398 (Retrieved from academia.edu 27-8-2020). Download

Pálffy, Géza (2001). The Impact of the Ottoman Rule on Hungary. Hungarian Studies Review, vol. XXVIII, Nos. 1-2, 109-132. (Retrieved from academia.edu, 8-8-2020). Download

Popek, Krysztof & Monika Skrzeszewska(eds.) (2019). Turkish Yoke or Pax Ottomana. The Reception of Ottoman Heritage in the Balkan History and Culture. In: Zeszyty Naukowe Towarzystwa Doktorantów Uniwersytetu Jagiellońskiego, 24 (1/2019), (Krakow: Nowstrona, e-ISSN 2082-9213), 201p.(Retrieved from academia.edu, 29-8-2020). Download

Rudić, Srđan & Selim Aslantaş (eds.), (2017). State and Society in the Balkans before and after Establishment of Ottoman Rule (full text). Publication of The Institute of History Belgrade and Yunus Emre Enstitüsü – Turkish Cultural Centre Belgrade. Institute of History Belgrade Collection of Works, vol. 35, 352 pages. (Belgrade: The Institute of History, 2017). (Retrieved from academia.edu, 3-9-2020). Download

Yerasimos, Stephane, (1991). Les Voyageurs dans l’Empire Ottoman (XIVe-XVIe siècles). Bibliographie, Itinéraires et Inventaire des Lieux Habités. Conseil Suprême d’Atatürk Pour Culture, Langue et Histoire Publications de la Société Turque d’Histoire, Serie VII – No.117 (Ankara: La Société Turque d’Histoire, ISBN 975-16-0290-4). 494p. +69 maps.
Translated into English:
Chapter 9: The route of the imperial ambassadors or “the middle way”, 43-53
Chapter D: Conclusions, 88-92
Selected Bibliography.
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