Queen Isabella Sforza Szapolyai of Transylvania and Sultan Süleyman of the Ottoman Empire: A Case of Sixteenth-century Muslim-Christian Collaboration
This book will provide more understanding about the historical relationship between the Christians and the Muslims in the 16th century through Hungarian, Latin, Ottoman Turkish, and Modern Turkish texts, translations, and documents.
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