THE ANIMAL IN OTTOMAN EGYPT
Places the history of human-animal relations at the center of transformations in the Ottoman Empire from the 16th to the 19th centuries. Focusing on the empire's most important province, Egypt, Mikhail explains how human interactions with the animal kingdom changed more in a few centuries than they had for a millennia, bringing significant consequences. Illus.
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