House of Osman


House of Osman

House of Osman is the name to the administrative structure of the Ottoman Dynasty, which is part of state organization of the Ottoman Empire, however directly linked to dynasty. The house has three distinct parts, servants (advisers, book keepers, bureaucrats) to Sultan which is more permeable to outside, Imperial Harem which is closed to the outsiders but highly effective ruling system with hundreds of female servants, and Palace School which educates, in a sense shapes, the future policy makers of the Empire.


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