Ludwik Tuberon de Crieva (Crijević) the Benedictine from Dubrovnik and his outline of the history of Turkey in the political memoir "Commentarii de temporibus suis"

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Piotr Wróbel

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One of the first writers from Dubrovnik who has attempted to write a comprehensive history of Turkey was Benedictine Louis de Crieva called Tuberon (1458-1527). In the sixth book of his political memoir Commentarii de temporibus suis, he provided a description of the origin, customs and outline of the history of the Turks. The analysis of his work leads to conclusion, that it was a response to a great interest in this topic in the 16th Europe. Moreover, the author attempted to give a full lecture of the history of Turks, although he knew very little about the history of sultans in the 14th and the first half of the 15th century.

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Wróbel, P. (2014). Ludwik Tuberon de Crieva (Crijević) the Benedictine from Dubrovnik and his outline of the history of Turkey in the political memoir "Commentarii de temporibus suis". Balcanica Posnaniensia. Acta Et Studia, 21, 51-62. https://doi.org/10.14746/bp.2014.21.5
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