TITLE

XIX. YÜZYILDA BESNİ (ADIYAMAN) İLÇESİNİN YÖNETSEL VE DEMOGRAFİK YAPISI

AUTHOR(S)
Arslan, Ramazan
PUB. DATE
September 2009
SOURCE
Ekev Academic Review;Fall2009, Vol. 13 Issue 41, p361
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
Besni, which was an Ottoman city in the 19th Century is currently a district of Adiyaman, which takes place in Southeastern Anatolia Region. The name, which was called as Behisni in the initial era of Ottoman Empire, took the form of Besni at the end of the 19th Century. The population of Besni, which was in status of being a county of Ma'muretülaziz Province in the 19th Century, consisted of not only Muslims but also Armenians, Catholics and Protestants. In all census of population held during Ottoman Era, Muslim population in Besni County was always found to be higher than the non- Muslim population.
ACCESSION #
48215386

 

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