Organización territorial del Imperio otomano | notas

Notas

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  2. a b c d Sacred Obligations, Precious Interests: Ottoman Grain Administration in Comparative Perspective (p. 12)
  3. Southeastern Europe under Ottoman rule, 1354-1804, p. 41, en Google Libros By Peter F. Sugar
  4. Encyclopedia of the Ottoman Empire, p. 100, en Google Libros By Gábor Ágoston, Bruce Alan Masters
  5. System of universal geography founded on the works of Malte-Brun and Balbi
  6. Encyclopedia of the Ottoman Empire By Gábor Ágoston, Bruce Alan Masters
  7. a b History of the Ottoman Empire and Modern Turkey, Volume 1, p. 121, en Google Libros By Stanford J. Shaw
  8. Europe and the historical legacies in the Balkans, p. 167, en Google Libros By Raymond Detrez, Barbara Segaert
  9. Turkish public administration: from tradition to the modern age, p. 164, en Google Libros By Hamit Palabiyik
  10. a b Haifa in the late Ottoman period, 1864-1914: a Muslim town in transition, p. 28, en Google Libros By Maḥmūd Yazbak
  11. a b Governing property, making the modern state: law, administration and ..., p. 50, en Google Libros By Martha Mundy, Richard Saumarez Smith
  12. a b Malcolm, Noel (1994). Bosnia: A Short History. Macmillan. p. 50. ISBN 0-330-41244-2. 
  13. a b A handbook of Asia Minor Published 1919 by Naval staff, Intelligence dept. in London. Pag. 204.
  14. Zeʼevi, Dror (1996), An Ottoman century : the district of Jerusalem in the 1600s, Albany: State University of New York Press, p. 121, ISBN 978-0-585-04345-6, 42854785, consultado el 29. December 2011  |author= y |last= redundantes (ayuda)
  15. Houtsma M Th; Arnold TW; Wensinck AJ (1993). E.J. Brill's First Encyclopaedia of Islam, 1913-1936. Brill. p. 460. ISBN 90-04-09796-1.