state of the which began as part of the Ottomans Anatolian Seljuk Sultanate and became an independent Empire, has been known historically by different names at different periods and in various languages. This page surveys the history of these names and their usage. Beylik phase [edit ] State phase, 1299 [edit ]
The first declaration of statehood happened under
Osman I. Āl-e Uṯmān ( Arabic: ; also transliterated as آل عثمان Âl-i Othman) Empire phase, 1453 [edit ] Medieval Latin: Turchia (Turkey) or Imperium Turcicum (Turkish Empire) [1 ] English: Ottoman Empire, Osmanic Empire, Osmanian Empire, Turkey, Turkish Empire Ottoman Turkish: دولت عليه عثمانيه Devlet-i Âliye-yi Osmâniyye (The Sublime Ottoman State) [2 ] Ottoman Turkish: Devlet-i Âliye (The Sublime State) Ottoman Turkish: Devlet-i Ebed-Müddet (The Eternal State) Ottoman Turkish: Memâlik-i Mahrûse (The Well-Protected Domains) Ottoman Turkish: Memâlik-i Mahrûse-i Osmanî (The Well-Protected Domains of the Ottomans) Modern Turkish: (Ottoman Empire), Osmanlı İmparatorluğu (Ottoman State) Osmanlı Devleti Azerbaijani: (Ottoman Empire), Osmanlı İmperiyası (Ottoman State) Osmanlı Dövləti Albanian: Perandoria Osmane (occasionally but very seldom "Otomane") Arabic: الدولةُ العليةُ العثمانيةُ Ad-Dawlat al-ʿAliya al-ʿUṯmāniyya (The Sublime Ottoman State) or الدولةُ العثمانيةُ Ad-Dawla Al-ʿUṯmāniyya Armenian: Օսմանյան Կայսրություն (Osmanyan Kaysroutyoun) Bosnian, Croatian, Serbian: (Osmansko Carstvo) / Османско царство Отоманско царство (Otomansko Carstvo) Bulgarian: Османска империя (Osmanska Imperia) Danish: Det Osmanske Rige (the Ottoman realm) Greek: Οθωμανική Αυτοκρατορία (Othomanikí Aftokratoría), informally, Τουρκιά (Tourkiâ) Georgian: ოსმალეთის იმპერია (Osmaletis Imperia) German: Osmanisches Reich ( or Türkisches Reich) Hungarian: Oszmán Birodalom (Osman Empire) Macedonian: Отоманска Империја (Otomanska Imperija) or Османлиска Империја (Osmanliska Imperija) Persian: امپراطوری عثمانی (Empraturi Osmani) Swedish: Osmanska riket (the Ottoman realm) [3 ]
In diplomatic circles, the Ottoman government was often referred to as the "
Porte" or the "Sublime Porte," a literal translation of the Ottoman Turkish Bâb-ı Âlî, which was the only gate of Topkapı Palace open to foreigners and the location where the Sultan and his viziers greeted ambassadors. References [edit ] ^ K.H. Karpat, "Historical continuity and identity change or How to be modern Muslim, Ottoman, and Turk", in: K.H. Karpat (ed.), Ottoman past and today's Turkey (2000), 1-28, esp. 20; G. Ágoston & B.A. Masters, Encyclopedia of the Ottoman Empire (2009), 574. ^ O. Özgündenli, "Persian Manuscripts in Ottoman and Modern Turkish Libraries", Encyclopaedia Iranica, Online Edition, ( LINK) ^ http://www.ne.se/osmanska-riket External links [edit ] Historic maps using the alternative names of the Ottoman Empire [edit ] Historic map by John Bartholomew & Co.: Changes in Turkey in Europe, 1856 to 1878 Map of Turkey in Europe and Hungary in the 17th century, engraved by J. Russell, published in Barclay's Universal Dictionary, 1823 Map of Turkey in Europe and Hungary in the 17th century, engraved by J. Barlow, published by Brightly & Kinnersley in the Rev. E. Blomfield's A Complete and Universal Dictionary, 1812 Map of Turkey in Europe and Hungary, drawn and engraved by Sidney Hall, published in the General Atlas of Ancient and Modern Geography, 1827 Map of Turkey in Europe by J. Rapkin, published by J & F Tallis, London, Edinburgh & Dublin, c.1850 Map of Turkey in Europe by Sidney Hall, printed in colours by Fr. Schenck, Edinburgh and published by A & C Black, c.1856 Map of Turkey in Europe by J. Wyld, engraved by N.R. Hewitt and published in Edinburgh by John Thompson & Co., c.1823 Map of Turkey in Europe engraved by A. Findlay and published by Thomas Kelly in A New and Complete System of Universal Geography, 1818 Map of Turkey in Europe by John Archer, published in The National Encyclopedia Atlas, 1868 Map of Turkey in Europe by Keith Johnston. Published in Keith Johnston's The Royal Atlas of Modern Geography, 1861 Map of Turkey in Asia engraved by John Archer, published in The College Atlas, c.1850 Map of Turkey in Asia by J. Bartholomew, published in Philips' Imperial Library Atlas (edited by William Hughes), London, 1864 Map of Turkey in Asia (Asia Minor) and Transcaucasia" by Keith Johnston, published in Keith Johnston's The Royal Atlas of Modern Geography, 1861 Map of Turkey in Asia engraved by J. Russell, published in Barclay's Universal Dictionary, 1823 Map of Turkey in Asia engraved by Sidney Hall and published in Black's General Atlas, Edinburgh, 1846 Map of Turkey in Asia in Kelly's New System of Universal Geography, 1828 Map of Turkey in Asia published in Cooke's Geography, 1817 Map of the Turkish Empire in Europe and Asia, by George Cram, c.1890 Map of the Turkish Empire (Natoliam, Turcia Turcicive Imperii) published by De Jode, c.1590 Map of the Turkish Empire (Imperium Turcicum in Europa, Asia et Africa; regiones proprias, tributarias, clientelares) by Johann Baptist Homann, c.1720 Map of the Turkish Empire (Imperium Turcicum complectens Europae, Asiae et Africae) by P. Schenk, Amsterdam, c. 1720 Map of the Turkish Empire (Turcicum Imperium) by Jodocus Hondius, 1607. Published in English by Michael Sparke, London, 1635 Map of the Turkish Empire (1844) Map of the Turkish Empire in Europe and Asia, published by Letts, London, 1883 Turcicum Imperium Turcicum Imperium