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Austrian Diplomat Sigismund Von Herberstein and His Memories of the Ottoman Embassy in Buda (1541)
Sigismund von Herberstein, who was born in 1486, received a humanist education in Vienna. After graduation, he served in the Habsburg army for a while, then began his career as a civil servant at the Austrian court. Thanks to the foreign languages he knows, especially in Slavic, he quickly promoted important diplomatic missions. Kayser Maximilian I, Karl V and Ferdinand I. commissioned many centers in Europe, Russia, even the presence of the Ottoman sultan went to the ambassador. Upon the establishment of Ottoman rule in Hungary, it was sent to Buda together with Count Salm in 1541 by Ferdinand I for a cease-fire with the Ottomans. Herberstein, who went out of the Christian world for the first time with the Ottoman expedition, wrote the experiences he lived in the Ottoman headquarters in his work. In addition to being a diplomat, his autobiography and works on Russia are projections of his intense life. These two works provide important information about the diplomatic, political, cultural and social life of the period. In his autobiography, the author recorded in detail the subjects such as his first entrance to the Ottoman headquarters, his meeting with the viziers and the pashas, his appearance before the sultan, the gifts given to them by the sultan, the power of the Ottoman army, and the Ottoman cooking habits.

Herberstein, Suleiman the Magnificant, Ferdinand I, Rüstem Pasha, Budin

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