MAIASP. 2020. No. 12

V.I. Kolesov (Krasnodar, Russia), D.V. Sen (Rostov-on-Don, Russia)

ACCOMPANYING HERE THE ORIGINAL PAPER CAME FROM THE MOST VENERATED MUSTAFA PASHA OF ANAPA AND A TRANSLATION FROM IT: RUSSIAN-OTTOMAN COMMUNICATIONS PRACTICES AT THE NORTHERN BLACK SEA COASTSHORE (17921828)

DOI: 10.24411/2713-2021-2020-00019 

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The article is devoted to Russian-Ottoman interaction at the concrete historical period (17921828). In this time the fortress Anapa was the center of Ottoman domain at the North-Western Caucasus. The communication occasions and reasons, actors and cases of the oral and writings, texts of messages are explored. The authors analyzed forms of interaction (correspondence, oral communications, diplomatic negotiations) between Russian regional officials and the Anapas Pasha and his administration. The few dozens of various messages were revealed and analyzed. Languages of these communications (Ottoman Turkish, Russian, Armenian, Greek, and French), the interpreters personalities, actors of oral messages, mediators and couriers were in research focus. Besides, the documents structures (different forms) were investigated. The authors made the conclusions about system interaction between the two opposite sides for over 30 years in this region.

Key words: Ottoman Empire, Anapa city, Russia, Northern Black Sea shorecoast, correspondence, oral messages, interpreters, mediators, communications languages.

Received December 12, 2020

Accepted for publication December 28, 2020

About the authors:

Kolesov Vladimir Igorevich (Krasnodar, Ukraine). Independent Researcher

E-mail: vovakolesov1971@gmail.com

Sen Dmitry Vladimirovich (Rostov-on-Don, Russia). ., Southern Federal University

E-mail: dsen1974@mail.ru