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Rabīʿiyyāt

(2,866 words)

Author(s): Alpay Tekin, Gönül
In Ottoman literature. There is no special literary genre called rabīʿiyyāt ( bahāriyyāt ) in Ottoman literature (from now on referred to as dīwān literature). Spring, however, has an important place within dīwān literature, as is the case for every other national literature. Spring, with its different functions fitting the structure of almost every kind of literary style and genre, was given its own special place in diverse literary genres coeval with the beginnings of written Ottoman literature in the second half of the 13th century. Since this literature favoured the met̲h̲newī

Riyāḍī

(1,028 words)

Author(s): Alpay Tekin, Gönül
, an Ottoman biographer of poets. Mollā Meḥmed, known as Riyāḍī, was the son of a certain Muṣṭafā Efendi of Birge (to the south-east of İzmir) and was born in 980/1572. He was first of all employed as a müderris , later became ḳāḍī of Ḥaleb (Aleppo) and died on 9 Ṣafar 1054/17 April 1644 in Cairo. He was known as al-Aṣamm . His chief work, Riyaḍ al-s̲h̲uʿarāʾ , is a biographical dictionary of poets. It is known to have been written by 1018/1609. According to F. Babinger and Niki Gamm, his Ted̲h̲kire contains 384 names, 8 Ottoman sultans as royal poets and 376 name…

ʿOt̲h̲mānli̊

(47,838 words)

Author(s): Bosworth, C.E. | Kramers, J.H. | Zachariadou, E.A. | Faroqhi, Suraiya | Alpay Tekin, Gönül | Et al.
, the name of a Turkish dynasty, ultimately of Og̲h̲uz origin [see g̲h̲uzz ], whose name appears in European sources as ottomans (Eng.), ottomanes (Fr.), osmanen (Ger.), etc. I. political and dynastic history 1. General survey and chronology of the dynasty The Ottoman empire was the territorially most extensive and most enduring Islamic state since the break-up of the ʿAbbāsid caliphate and the greatest one to be founded by Turkish-speaking peoples. It arose in the Islamic world after the devastations over much of the eastern and central lands of the Dār al-Islām

ʿOt̲h̲mānli̊

(48,745 words)

Author(s): Bosworth, C.E. | Kramers, J.H. | Faroqhi, Suraiya | Alpay Tekin, Gönül | Köprülü, M. Fuad | Et al.
, nom d’une dynastie turque, d’origine og̲h̲uze [voir G̲h̲uzz], qui figure dans les sources européennes sous les formes Ottomans (angl. et fr.), Osmanlis (fr.), Osmanen (all.), etc. ¶ I. L’histoire politique et dynastique. II. L’histoire sociale et économique. III. La littérature. IV. La vie religieuse. V. L’architecture. VI. Les tapis et étoffes. VII. La céramique, le travail des métaux et les arts mineurs. VIII. La peinture. IX. La numismatique. I. L’histoire politique et dynastique, —1. Vue générale et chronologie de la dynastie. L’empire ottoman a été l’État islamique le …

Rabīʿiyyāt

(2,671 words)

Author(s): Alpay Tekin, Gönül
Dans la littérature ottomane. Il n’existe pas de genre littéraire spécifique dit rabīʿiyyāt ( bahāriyyāt) dans la littérature ottomane (désignée ci-après par l’expression: littérature du dīwān). Le printemps occupe toutefois une place importante dans cette littérature, de même que dans toutes les autres littératures nationales. Le printemps, avec ses diverses fonctions adaptées à la structure de presque toutes les formes de styles et de genres littéraires, a occupé sa place spécifique dans divers genres littéraires déjà…

Riyāḍī

(986 words)

Author(s): Alpay Tekin, Gönül
, auteur ottoman de biographies de poètes. Mollā Meḥmed, appelé Riyāḍī, était le fils d’un certain Muṣṭafā Efendi de Birge (au Sud-est d’Izmir), et naquit en 980/1572. Il occupa d’abord un poste de müderris, puis devint ḳāḍī d’Alep et mourut le 9 ṣafar 1054/17 avril 1644 au Caire. Il était surnommé al-Aṣamm. Son principal ouvrage, Riyāḍ al-s̲h̲uʿarāʾ, est un dictionnaire biographique de poètes. Il est censé avoir été écrit vers 1018/1609. Selon F. Babinger et Niki Gamm, sa ted̲h̲kire renferme 384 noms, 8 de sultans ottomans en qualité de poètes, et 376 de personnages du c…