Contents 1 Names 2 History 3 Government 4 Map 5 List 5.1 Disappeared before 1609 5.2 Eyalets in 1609 5.3 Established 1609–1683 5.4 Established 1683–1864 6 Maps 7 See also 8 References 9 External links 10 Further reading

Names[edit] The term eyalet is sometimes translated province or governorate. Depending on the rank of the governor, they were also sometimes known as pashaliks (governed by a pasha), beylerbeyliks (governed by a bey or beylerbey), and kapudanliks (governed by a kapudan). Pashaluk or Pashalik (Turkish: paşalık) is the abstract word derived from pasha, denoting the quality, office or jurisdiction of a pasha or the territory administered by him. In European sources, the word "pashalic" generally referred to the eyalets.[3] The term 'eyalet' began to be applied to the largest administrative unit of the Ottoman Empire instead of beglerbegilik from the 1590s onward, and it continued to be used until 1867.[5]

History[edit] Eyalets in 1609 Murad I instituted the great division of the sultanate into two beylerbeyiliks of Rumelia and Anatolia, in circa 1365.[6] With the eastward expansion of Bayezid’s realms in the 1390s, a third eyalet, Rûm Eyalet, came into existence, with Amasya its chief town. This became the seat of government of Bayezid’s youngest son, Mehmed I, and was to remain a residence of princely governors until the 16th century.[7] In 1395, Bayezid I executed the last Shishmanid Tsar of Bulgaria, and annexed his realm to Rumelia Eyalet. In 1461, Mehmed II expelled the last of the Isfendyarid dynasty from Sinop, awarding him lands near Bursa in exchange for his hereditary territory. The Isfendyarid principality became a district of Anatolia Eyalet.[7] In 1468, Karaman Eyalet was established, following the annexation of the formerly independent principality of Karaman; Mehmed II appointed his son Mustafa as governor of the new eyalet, with his seat at Konya.[7] The 16th century saw the greatest increase in the number of eyalets, largely through the conquests of Selim I and Süleyman I, which created the need to incorporate the new territory into the structure of the Empire, and partly through the reorganisation of existing territory.[7] A list dated 1527 shows eight eyalets, with Egypt, Damascus, Diyarbekir and Kurdistan added to the original four. The last eyalet, however, did not survive as an administrative entity. Süleyman’s conquests in eastern Turkey, Iraq and Hungary also resulted in the creation of new eyalets.[7] The former principality of Dulkadir became the Dulkadir Eyalet at some time after its annexation in 1522. After the Iranian campaign of 1533–6, the new eyalets of Erzurum, Van, Sharazor and Baghdad guarded the frontier with Iran.[7] In 1541 came the creation of Budin Eyalet from part of the old Kingdom of Hungary.[7] The Eyalet of the Archipelago was created by Süleyman I especially for Hayreddin Barbarossa in 1533, by detaching districts from the shores and islands of the Aegean which had previously been part of the eyalets of Rumelia and Anatolia, and uniting them as an independent eyalet.[7] In 1580, Bosnia, previously a district of Rumelia, became an eyalet in its own right, presumably in view of its strategically important position on the border with the Habsburgs. Similar considerations led to the creation of the Kanije Eyalet from the districts adjoining this border fortress, which had fallen to the Ottomans in 1600. In the same period, the annexation of the Rumelian districts on the lower Danube and the Black Sea coast, and their addition to territories between the Danube and the Dniepr along the Black Sea, created the Silistra Eyalet. At the same time, on the south-eastern shore of the Black Sea, Trebizond Eyalet came into being. The purpose of this reorganisation, and especially the creation of the eyalet of Özi was presumably to improve the defences of the Black Sea ports against the Cossacks.[7] By 1609, according to the list of Ayn Ali, there were 32 eyalets. Some of these, such as Tripoli, Cyprus or Tunis, were the spoils of conquest. Others, however, were the products of administrative division.[7] Eyalets in 1795 In 1795, the government launched a major reorganization of the provincial administration, with a law decreeing that there would be 28 provinces, each to be governed by a vizer. These were Adana, Aleppo, Anatolia, Baghdad, Basra, Bosnia, Childir, Crete, Damascus, Diyarbekir, Egypt, Erzurum, Habesh, Karaman, Kars, Dulkadir, the Archipelago, Morea, Mosul, Rakka, Rumelia, Sayda, Sharazor, Silistra, Sivas, Trebizond, Tripoli, Van. In practice, however, central control remained weak, and beylerbeyis continued to rule some provinces, instead of vizers.[8]

Government[edit] The beglerbegiliks where the timar system was not applied, such as Abyssinia, Algiers, Egypt, Baghdad, Basra and Lahsa, were more autonomous than the others. Instead of collecting provincial revenues through sipahis, the beglerbegi transferred fixed annuals sums to Istanbul, known as the salyane.[5] By 1500, the four central eyalets of the Empire, Rumelia, Anatolia, Rum and Karaman, were under direct rule. Wallachia, Moldavia and the Khanate of the Crimea, territories which Mehmed II had brought under his suzerainty, remained in the control of native dynasties tributary to the Sultan. So, too, did the Kingdom of Hungary after the battle of Mohács in 1526.[7]

Map[edit] Algiers Egypt Habesh Tripolitania Tunis Adana Aidin Anatolia Ankara Diyâr-ı Bekr Dulkadir Erzurum Hüdavendigâr Karaman Karasi Kars Kastamonu Rûm Trebizond Van Aleppo Baghdad Basra Cyprus Damascus Lahsa Mosul Rakka Samtskhe Sharazor Sidon Tripoli Yemen Adrianople Bosnia Budin Crete Egir Herzegovina Kanije Kefe Monastir Morea Niš Yanina Podolia Rumelia Salonica Silistra Temeşvar Uyvar Varat Vidin Zigetvar

List[edit] From the mid-14th century until the late 16th century, only one new beylerbeylik (Karaman) was established. Disappeared before 1609[edit] The eyalets that existed before 1609 but disappeared include the following:[9] Province Name Ottoman Turkish Name and Transliteration (Modern Turkish) Existed for Abkhazia Abhazya  ? years (1578–?) also called Sukhum [Sohumkale] or Georgia [Gürcistan] and included Mingrelia and Imeretia as well as modern Abkhazia – nominally annexed but never fully conquered Akhaltsikhe Ahıska  ? years (1603–?) either split from or coextensive with Samtskhe Dagestan Dağıstan  ? years (1578–?) also called Demirkapı – assigned a serdar [chief] rather than a beylerbeyi Dmanisi Tumanis  ? years (1584–?) Ganja Gence 16 years (1588–1604) Gori Gori  ? years (1588–?) probably replaced Tiflis after 1586 Győr Yanık 04 years (1594–1598) Kakheti Kaheti  ? years (1578–?) Kakhetian king was appointed hereditary bey Lazistan  ? years (1574–?) Lorri Lori  ? years (1584–?) Nakhichevan Nahçivan 01 year (1603 only) possibly never separate from Yerevan[9] Poti Faş  ? years (1579–?) may have also been another name for Trabzon Sanaa San'a 02 years (1567–1569) temporary division of Yemen Shemakha Şamahı 01 year (1583 only) may have also been another name for Shervan Szigetvár Zigetvar 04 years (1596–1600) later transferred to Kanizsa Shervan Şirvan 26 years (1578–1604) overseen by a serdar [chief] rather than a beylerbeyi Tabriz Tebriz 18 years (1585–1603) Tiflis Tiflis 08 years (1578–1586) probably replaced by Gori after 1586 Wallachia Eflak 2 months (September–October 1595) the rest of the time Wallachia was a separate autonomous principality Yerevan Erivan 21 years (1583–1604) sometimes also included Van Zabid Zebit 02 years (1567–1569) temporary division of Yemen Eyalets in 1609[edit] Conquests of Selim I and Suleyman I in the 16th century required an increase in administrative units. By the end of the latter half of the century there were as many as 42 eyalets, as the beylerbeyliks came to be known. The chart below shows the administrative situation as of 1609. Province Name Ottoman Turkish Name and Transliteration (Modern Turkish) Existed for Abyssinia Habeş 313 years (1554–1867) Included areas on both sides of the Red Sea. Also called "Mecca and Medina" Adana Eyalet آضنه Ażana (Adana) 257 years (1608–1865) Archipelago جزایر بحر سفید Cezayir-i Bahr-i Sefid 329 years (1535–1864) Domain of the Kapudan Pasha (Lord Admiral); Also called Denizi or Denizli, later Vilayet of the Archipelago Aleppo Eyalet حلب Ḥaleb (Halep) 330 years (1534–1864) Algiers Eyalet جزایر غرب Cezâyîr-i Ġarb (Cezayir Garp, Cezayir) 313 years (1517–1830) Anatolia Eyalet Anadolu 448 years (1393–1841) Second Eyalet Baghdad Eyalet بغداد Baġdâd (Bağdat) 326 years (1535–1861) Until the Treaty of Zuhab (1639), Ottoman rule was not consolidated. Basra Eyalet بصره Baṣra (Basra) 324 years (1538–1862) Bosnia Eyalet Bosna 284 years (1580–1864) Buda Budin 145 years (1541–1686) Cyprus قبرص Ḳıbrıṣ (Kıbrıs) 092 years (1571-1660; 1745-1748) Diyarbekir Eyalet دیار بكر Diyârbekir (Diyarbakır) 145 years (1541–1686) Eger Eyalet اكر Egir (Eğri) 065 years (1596–1661) Egypt Eyalet مصر Mıṣır (Mısır) 350 years (1517–1867) Erzurum Eyalet Erzurum 334 years (1533–1867) Until the Treaty of Zuhab (1639), Ottoman rule was not consolidated. Al-Hasa Eyalet Lahsa 110 years (1560–1670) Seldom directly ruled Kefe (Theodosia) كفه Kefe 206 years (1568–1774) Kanizsa Eyalet Kanije 086 years (1600–1686) Karaman Eyalet Karaman 381 years (1483–1864) Kars Eyalet Kars 295 years (1580–1875) Until the Treaty of Zuhab (1639), Ottoman rule was not consolidated. Bounded to Erzurum Eyalet in 1875. Maraş Maraş, Dulkadır 342 years (1522–1864) Mosul Eyalet Musul 329 years (1535–1864) Until the Treaty of Zuhab (1639), Ottoman rule was not consolidated. Ar-Raqqah Rakka 278 years (1586–1864) Rumelia Rumeli 502 years (1365–1867) First Eyalet Samtskhe Çıldır 267 years (1578–1845) Also called Meskheti, later possibly coextensive with Akhaltsikhe (Ahıska) Province. Most of eyalet passed to Russia in 1829. Remained parts of eyalet bounded to Erzurum in 1845. Sharazor Şehrizor 132 years (1554–1686) Also Shahrizor, Sheherizul, or Kirkuk. In 1830, this eyalet bounded to Mosul province as Kirkuk sanjak. Silistria Eyalet Silistre 271 years (1593–1864) Later sometimes called Ochakiv (Özi); First beylerbeyi was the Crimean khan Eyalet of Sivas Sivas 466 years (1398–1864) Syria شام Şam 348 years (1517–1865) Temeşvar Eyalet Tımışvar (Temeşvar) 164 years (1552–1716) Trebizond Eyalet, Lazistan Trabzon 403 years (1461–1864) Tripoli Eyalet (Tripoli-in-the-East) طرابلس شام Trablus-ı Şam (Trablusşam) 285 years (1579–1864) Tripolitania Eyalet (Tripoli-in-the-West) طرابلس غرب Trablus-ı Garb (Trablusgarp) 313 years (1551–1864) Tunis Eyalet Tunus 340 years (1524–1864) Van Eyalet وان Van 316 years (1548–1864) Until the Treaty of Zuhab (1639), Ottoman rule was not consolidated. Yemen Eyalet یمن Yemen 142 years (1517–1636; 1849–1872) Sources: Colin Imber. The Ottoman Empire, 1300-1650: The structure of Power. (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.) Halil Inalcik. The Ottoman Empire: The Classical Age 1300–1600. Trans. Norman Itzkowitz and Colin Imber. (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1973.) Donald Edgar Pitcher. An Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire (Leiden, Netherlands: E.J.Brill,1972.) Established 1609–1683[edit] Province Name Ottoman Turkish Name and Transliteration (Modern Turkish) Existed for Crete Eyalet Girid 198 years (1669–1867) Morea Mora 181 years (1620–1687) and (1715–1829) originally part of Aegean Archipelago Province Podolia Podolya 027 years (1672–1699) overseen by several serdars (marshals) rather than by beylerbeyi (governors) Sidon Sayda 181 years (1660–1841) Uyvar Eyalet Uyvar 022 years (1663–1685) Varad Eyalet Varad 031 years (1661–1692) Established 1683–1864[edit] Province Name Ottoman Turkish Name and Transliteration (Modern Turkish) Existed for Eyalet of Adrianople Edirne 38 years (1826–1864) Monastir Eyalet Monastir 38 years (1826–1864) Salonica Eyalet Selanik 38 years (1826–1864) Eyalet of Aidin Aydın 38 years (1826–1864) Ankara Eyalet Ankara 37 years (1827–1864) Kastamonu Eyalet Kastamonu 37 years (1827–1864) Herzegovina Eyalet Hersek 18 years (1833–1851) Hüdavendigâr Eyalet Hüdavendigâr 26 years (1841–1867) Karasi Eyalet Karesi 02 years (1845–1847) Niš Eyalet Niş 18 years (1846–1864) Vidin Eyalet Vidin 18 years (1846–1864)

Maps[edit] Eyalets in the 17th century 1855 map of Turkey in Asia by Joseph Hutchins Colton Map of European Turkey by Carl Ritter, published in 1864

See also[edit] Subdivisions of the Ottoman Empire

References[edit] ^ a b c d A handbook of Asia Minor. Naval Staff. Intelligence Department. 1919. p. 203.  ^ Raymond Detrez; Barbara Segaert (2008-01-01). Europe and the historical legacies in the Balkans. Peter Lang. p. 167. ISBN 978-90-5201-374-9. Retrieved 2013-06-01.  ^ a b c d The empires and cities of Asia (1873) by Forbes, A. Gruar. Page 188 ^ Çelebi, Evliya. Trans. by von Hammer, Joseph. Narrative of travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa in the seventeenth century, Vol. 1, p. 90 ff. Parbury, Allen, & Co. (London), 1834. ^ a b Selcuk Aksin Somel (2010-03-23). The A to Z of the Ottoman Empire. Scarecrow Press. p. 88. ISBN 978-1-4617-3176-4. Retrieved 2013-06-03.  ^ D. E. Pitcher (1972). An Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire: From Earliest Times to the End of the Sixteenth Century. Brill Archive. p. 125. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Imber, Colin (2002). "The Ottoman Empire, 1300-1650: The Structure of Power" (PDF). pp. 177–200. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2014-07-26.  ^ M. Sükrü Hanioglu (2010-03-08). A Brief History of the Late Ottoman Empire. Princeton University Press. p. 50. ISBN 978-1-4008-2968-2. Retrieved 2013-06-01.  ^ a b D. E. Pitcher (1972). An Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire: From Earliest Times to the End of the Sixteenth Century. Brill Archive. pp. 128–29. Retrieved 2013-06-02. 

External links[edit] Francesco Sansovino (1583). Del governo et amministrazione di diversi regni libri XXII. p. 43. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  Contains a list of eyalets, or 'beglerbei'. Claudio Ptolomeo; Giovanni Antonio Magini (1598). Geografia cioè descrittione vniuersale della terra: partita in due volumi ... appresso Gio. Battista [et] Giorgio Galignani fratelli. p. 8. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  Includes a list of provinces or 'beierbei'. Turcici imperii status seu discursus varii de rebus turcarum. 1630. p. 198. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  With a list of 'beglerbegatus'. Paul Rycaut (1670). The Present state of the Ottoman empire: Containing the Maxims of... Starkey. p. 175. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  With a list of 'beglerbeg' and 'sangiacks'. Michel-Antoine Baudrand (1681). Geographia. p. 343. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  With a list of 'beglerbeglics'. Evliya Çelebi; Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall (1834). Narrative of Travels in Europe, Asia, and Africa in the Seventeenth Century. Oriental Translation Fund. p. 90. Retrieved 2013-06-02.  Includes a list of beglerbegliks and sanjaks. John Macgregor (1834). The resources and statistics of nations. p. 451. Retrieved 3 June 2013.  With a list of Eyalets and livas. Sir Grenville Temple (10th bart.) (1836). Travels in Greece and Turkey: Being the Second Part of Excursions in the Mediterranean. Saunders and Otley. p. 274. Retrieved 10 June 2013.  The appendix includes a list of 'government-generals', sanjaks, and their governors.

Further reading[edit] Colin Imber. The Ottoman Empire, 1300-1650: The Structure of Power. (Houndmills, Basingstoke, Hampshire, UK: Palgrave Macmillan, 2002.) Halil Inalcik. The Ottoman Empire: The Classical Age 1300-1600. Trans. Norman Itzkowitz and Colin Imber. (London: Weidenfeld & Nicolson, 1973.) Paul Robert Magocsi. Historical Atlas of Central Europe. (2nd ed.) Seattle, WA, USA: Univ. of Washington Press, 2002) Nouveau Larousse illustré, undated (early 20th century), passim (in French) Donald Edgar Pitcher. An Historical Geography of the Ottoman Empire. (Leiden, Netherlands: E.J.Brill,1972.) (Includes 36 color maps) Westermann, Großer Atlas zur Weltgeschichte (in German) (includes maps) v t e Turkish terms for country subdivisions Modern il (province) ilçe (district) şehir (city) kasaba (town) belediye (municipality) belde (community) köy (village) mahalle (neighbourhood/quarter) Historical ağalık (feudal district) bucak (subdistrict) beylerbeylik (province) kadılık (subprovince) kaza (sub-province) hidivlik (viceroyalty) mutasarrıflık (subprovince) nahiye (nahiyah) paşalık (province) reya (Romanian principalities) sancak (prefecture) vilayet (province) voyvodalık (Romanian provinces) v t e Administrative divisions of the Ottoman Empire c. 1365 – 1867 (eyalets) Africa Algiers Egypt Muhammad Ali dynasty (1805-67 Habesh Tripolitania Tunis Anatolia Adana Aidin Anatolia Ankara Childir Diyarbekir Dulkadir Erzurum Hüdavendigâr Karaman Kars Kastamonu Rum Trebizond Van Europe Adrianople Archipelago Bosnia Budin Crete Egir Herzegovina Kanije Kefe Morea Niš Podolia Rumelia Salonica Silistra Temeşvar Uyvar Varat Widdin Yanina Middle East Aleppo Baghdad Basra Cyprus Damascus Lahsa Mosul Rakka Shahrizor Sidon Tripoli Yemen 1867–1922 (vilayets and mutasarrıfates) Africa Tripolitania Anatolia Adana Aidin Ankara Archipelago Bitlis Diyarbekir Erzurum Hüdavendigâr Kastamonu Konya Mamuret-ul-Aziz Sivas Trebizond Van Europe Adrianople Bosnia Constantinople Crete Danube Janina Kosovo Manastir Salonica Scutari Middle East Aleppo Baghdad Basra Beirut Hejaz Jerusalem Mosul Mount Lebanon Syria Yemen Vassals and autonomies Vassals Cossack Hetmanate Ottoman Ukraine Crimean Khanate Khanate of Kazan Principality of Moldavia Sharifate of Mecca Republic of Ragusa Serbian Despotate Duchy of Syrmia Principality of Transylvania Principality of Wallachia Principality of Romania Principality of Serbia Principality of Bulgaria Kingdom of Imereti Septinsular Republic Autonomies Cretan State Khedivate of Egypt Eastern Rumelia Principality of Samos See also the list of short-lived Ottoman provinces Retrieved from "" Categories: Subdivisions of the Ottoman EmpireTypes of country subdivisionsHidden categories: Articles containing Ottoman Turkish-language textArticles containing Turkish-language text

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