CHRISTIANS AND JEWS IN THE ADMINISTRATION SYSTEM OF AHMAD-PASHA AL-JAZZAR IN THE LATE XVIII - EARLY XIX CENTURIES

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The article concerns the analysis of the role and place of the representatives of the nonMuslim communities in the administration system of the territories controlled by Ahmad-pasha al-Jazzar, the most powerful Syrian provincial governor in the second half of the 18th - early 19th centuries, in the late period of his rule. The author makes an attempt to distinguish the main features of the position of the non-Muslim officials in the administration system of Ottoman Syria.


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Rufat Kasumov

Department of Near and Middle Eastern History IAAS MSU

Author for correspondence.
Email: krufat@mail.ru
11 Mohovaya St., Moscow, 125009, Russia

postgraduate student of the Department of Near and Middle Eastern History of IAAS MSU

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