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Bloomsbury Publishing

Arcadian Library Online

History of Science and Medicine

Europe and the Ottoman World: Diplomacy and International Relations

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- History of Science and Medicine

- Europe and the Ottoman World: Diplomacy and International Relations

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Bestellnummer bei digento :: digento order number

108044

Verlagsinformation :: Publisher's information

The Arcadian Library is an exceptional, privately owned library which documents the shared cultural heritage of the Middle East and Europe. It contains rare ancient manuscripts, early books and incunabula, documents, maps and printed books spanning a millennium. Created to foster intercultural dialogue between East and West, the Arcadian Library fulfils this mission through the collection, publication, exhibition, and now digitization of its books and manuscripts. Its holdings range from the early years of Islam, through the end of the Ottoman Empire at the close of the First World War, to the second half of the 20th century:

- Access high-resolution, full-colour facsimile images (400ppi)

- Search in either English or Arabic

- Browse by topic, place, period, people, language or content type

- Explore commentary articles linked to primary texts

- Benefit from personalization features – cite, share, and favourite content

History of Science and Medicine collection

The History of Science and Medicine collection is the foundational catalogue of the Arcadian Library. It was created to bring together one of the world's most important and unique collections of books and manuscripts relating to this topic in order to showcase the contribution of early Arab and Persian scientists, doctors and thinkers; their translation, reception and influence in Europe and their lasting influence on the development of Western scientific and medical knowledge. It comprises manuscripts, incunabula, early printed books and monographs from the 10th to twentieth centuries, including:

- Texts on agriculture, astronomy, chemistry, herbalism, mathematics, medicine, natural history, pharmacology, philosophy, physics and surgery

- Texts on the plants, animals and natural environment of the Middle East

- Texts on travel and scientific expeditions exploring the Middle East

- Texts in Arabic, Dutch, English, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Latin, Persian and Spanish

Europe and the Ottoman World: Diplomacy and International Relations collection

The Europe and the Ottoman World: Diplomacy and International Relations collection illustrates the complex role that the Ottoman Empire played in Europe from its golden era following the capture of Constantinople in the fifteenth century through to its decline in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries.

- Texts on diplomatic missions, commercial relations, Ottoman state structures, military and naval history, Ottoman expansionism, piracy, and rulers

- Texts on the European attitudes towards the Turks and travel in the Ottoman World

- Texts in English, French, German, Ottoman Turkish, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, Hungarian and Latin.

Benefits for researchers

• Access Middle Eastern and European texts from across a millennium, presented within a thematic framework

• Access over 90,000 pages of rare primary sources and historically significant material, many of which are made available publicly for the first time through the platform

• Collection includes titles in multiple languages to facilitate comparative and intercultural research

• View high-resolution, full colour images (400ppi) including bindings, clasps and page edges

• View images in full screen, zoom, rotate, single or double page view

• Access full catalogue records including available provenance and condition notes

• Special features including decoration, marginalia, signature marks and illustrations indexed at a page level to enable quick jumps to pages of interest

• Search or browse fully indexed metadata with a dedicated taxonomy enabling filtered search by topic, place, period, people, language or content type

• Navigate directly via linked tables of contents to page images at part, title and section heading levels, where available

• View metadata and images in either English or Arabic interfaces, with transliterated titles

• Search metadata in English or Arabic, with integrated Arabic keyboard

• Read accompanying commentary articles linked to primary texts

• Easily cite, share, favourite and bookmark content

• Print and download images

• Print the full text HTML of commentary articles

• Create a personal account to save searches and content

• View recently accessed items

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