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Chapter 2-1

MI201 Chapter 2-1: The Protégé System in the Ottoman Empire
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Department
Mediterranean Studies
Course Code
MI201
Professor
Abderrahman Beggar
Chapter
2-1

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Progé system = the practice of foreign protection for the non
Muslim subjects of the Ottoman Empire
Proved a great threat to the empire
-
Berat gives you diplomatic immunity
-
Ottoman subjects gained the status of protected persons and
became entitled to privileges granted to European merchants
As a result they were able to undercut their unprotected
ottoman competitors & make a wholesale trade monopoly
within the empire
Most of the foreign trade fell under the control of the
Greeks and Armenians
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Tuesday,) October)17,)2017
11:52)PM

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The Protg System in the Ottoman Empire Tuesday, October 17, 2011:52 PM - Protg system = the practice of foreign protection for the non Muslim subjects of the Ottoman Empire Proved a great threat to the empire - Berat gives you diplomatic immunity - Ottoman subjects gained the status of protected persons and became entitled to privileges granted to European merchants As a result they were able to undercut their unprotected ottoman competitors & make a wholesale trade monopoly within the empire Most of the foreign trade fell under the control of the Greeks and Armenians The Protg System in the Ottoman Empire Tuesday, October 17, 2011:52 PM - Protg system = the practice of foreign protection for the non Muslim subjects of the Ottoman Empire Proved a great threat to the empire - Berat gives you diplomatic immunity - Ottoman subjects gained the status of protected persons and became entitled to privileges granted to European me
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