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Abstract


The Importance of the Ottoman Archives of the Prime Ministry in Terms of Scandinavia Studies
Achieves are important institutions that have documented, enlightened and identified developments in states, people and international relations. Since their formation, archival documents involve the political, diplomatic, social, economic and cultural conditions of their period they belong to. Almost every country in the world has its own national archive but the archives of states which have empire tradition have an international significance. One of these important archives is the Ottoman Archive. The Ottoman Empire has established relations with various states, and has signed various alliances and trade agreement. One of the states that Ottoman Empire established some relations, had signed various alliances was Sweden-Norway and Kingdom of Denmark. Although they are located in distant geographies, the relations between the Scandinavian countries and the Ottoman Empire started to be established from the16th century. A significant number of documents about Sweden and other Scandinavian countries are located in the Ottoman Archives of the Prime Ministry. Documents and records in the various funds of the archive, in particular, shed light on Ottoman-Scandinavian relations. The aim of this study is to address the importance of the documents in the Ottoman Archives of the Prime Ministry for the historiography of the Scandinavian countries and to introduce the Scandinavian documents in the funds of the archives.

Keywords
Archive, Denmark, Sweden-Norway, XII. Charles, Scandinavia, The Ottoman Empire



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