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In the steppe environment, failure to show common courtesy to a stranger could easily result in danger or even death for the shunned individual. In order to retain his credibility and legitimacy as ruler with supreme power in a pastoral polity, the ruler had to perform his own duties as host with exemplary flair and perfection. In an Ottoman context, the scale and lavishness of the feasting associated with public celebrations varied according to circumstance and from as little as seven days for a royal birth or a victory celebration to 40 or more, to mark the rite of passage of a prince of the royal line, from childhood to adulthood, and his closer proximity to the prerogatives and duties of host in his own right, as future heir and successor to the throne.
48 In later phases of Ottoman rule the appeal to the gratitude, loyalty and continuing support of both burghers and agriculturalists in the Balkan lands was tenaciously, insistently and consistently couched in the very same terms. The consistency, in both form and content, of Ottoman political rhetoric in the high imperial era can be seen, for example, in the case of the appeal to the townspeople of Sopron (Oldenburg), situated at a strategically sensitive point on the Hungarian–Austrian border, an appeal issued by the grand vizier and commander of the Ottoman invasionary army as it passed by Sopron in July 1683, en route to Vienna.
INTRODUCTION 13 2. Photograph showing Abdülhamid II attending the Friday Salutation at the Yıldız Palace. Taken from Photographs of Istanbul From the Archives of Sultan Abdülhamid II (Istanbul, 2007), a joint publication of the Municipality of Istanbul and the Research Center for Islamic History Art and Culture. Photograph on p. 41. was common practice in both eastern and western polities. In choosing suitable names for warships, oftentimes names with clear dynastic or regal associations were preferred.
A Handbook of Asia Minor: Volume IV.2 Cilicia, Antitaurus, and North Syria by Great Britain Admiralty