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Idris Bitlisi

Idris Bitlisi (c. 18 January 1457[1] – 15 November 1520), sometimes spelled Idris BidlisiIdris-i Bitlisi, or Idris-i Bidlisi (“Idris of Bitlis“), and fully Mevlana Hakimeddin İdris Mevlana Hüsameddin Ali-ül Bitlisi, was an Ottoman Kurdish religious scholar and administrator.

Even though many scholarly works mention Bitlis as Bitlisi’s place of birth, a new research states that he was actually born in the district of Sulaqan in Ray in northern Iran.[1]

He wrote a major Ottoman literary work in Persian, named Hasht Bihisht, which began in 1502 and covered the reign of the first eight Ottoman rulers.[2]

The tombstone of Idris Bitlisi in Eyüp Sultan

Reference

  1.  Genç, Vural (2019). “Rethinking Idris-i Bidlisi: An Iranian Bureaucrat and Historian between the Shah and the Sultan”. Iranian Studies52 (3–4): 427. doi:10.1080/00210862.2019.1649979.
  2. ^ Bertold Spuler. Persian Historiography & Geography Pustaka Nasional Pte Ltd ISBN 9971774887 p 68
  3. ^ Yazici 2004, p. 490.
  4. ^ Özoğlu, Hakan (2004-02-12). Kurdish Notables and the Ottoman State: Evolving Identities, Competing Loyalties, and Shifting Boundaries. SUNY Press. pp. 47–49. ISBN 978-0-7914-5993-5.
  5. ^ Klein, Janet (2011-05-31). The Margins of Empire: Kurdish Militias in the Ottoman Tribal Zone. Stanford University Press. p. 55. ISBN 978-0-8047-7570-0.
  6. a b Hagen, Gottfried (2013). “The order of knowledge, the knowledge of order: Intellectual life”. In Faroqhi, Suraiya N.; Fleet, Kate (eds.). The Cambridge History of Turkey: Volume 2, The Ottoman Empire as a World Power, 1453–1603. Cambridge University Press. p. 448. ISBN 978-0-521-62094-9.
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