Budin Province, Ottoman Empire


Budin Province, Ottoman Empire

Budin Province (also known as Pashaluk of Budin or Eyalet of Budin; Ottoman Turkish: "Eyâlet-i Budin", Modern Turkish: "Budin Eyaleti", Hungarian: "Budai vilajet", Serbian: "Budimski vilajet" or Будимски вилајет, Croatian: "Budimski vilajet") was an administrative unit of the Ottoman Empire that included parts of present-day Hungary, Serbia, Croatia, and Slovakia. Capital of the Budin Province was Budin (Buda).

History

Province was formed after Ottoman army conquered Buda in 1541. In 1596 and 1600, the new pashaluks of Egir (Eger) and Kanije (Kanizsa) were formed and some parts of the Budin Pashaluk were included into these pashaluks.

Administrative divisions

After 1541, province included following sanjaks:
*Sanjak of Budin (Buda)
*Sanjak of Semendire (Smederevo)
*Sanjak of İzvornik
*Sanjak of Vulçetrin
*Sanjak of Pojega
*Sanjak of Mıhaç (Mohács)
*Sanjak of İstolni Belgrad (Székesfehérvár)
*Sanjak of Segedin (Szeged)
*Sanjak of Sirem (Syrmia)
*Sanjak of Vidin
*Sanjak of Alacahisar (Kruševac)

In About 1552, province included following sanjaks:

*Sanjak of Budin (Buda)
*Sanjak of Semendire (Smederevo)
*Sanjak of İzvornik
*Sanjak of Vulçetrin
*Sanjak of Pojega
*Sanjak of Mıhaç (Mohács)
*Sanjak of İstolni Belgrad (Székesfehérvár)
*Sanjak of Segedin (Szeged)
*Sanjak of Sirem (Syrmia)
*Sanjak of Vidin
*Sanjak of Alacahisar (Kruševac)
*Sanjak of Tamışvar
*Sanjak of Peçuy
*Sanjak of Estergon
*Sanjak of Hatvan
*Sanjak of Filek
*Sanjak of Seçen
*Sanjak of Sonluk
*Sanjak of Çanad
*Sanjak of Ciğerdelen
*Sanjak of Beçkerek
*Sanjak of Şiklofça
*Sanjak of Seksar
*Sanjak of Novigrad
*Sanjak of Pespirim
*Sanjak of Görözsgal

In about 1566, province included following sanjaks:

*Sanjak of Budin (Buda)
*Sanjak of Semendire (Smederevo)
*Sanjak of Pojega
*Sanjak of Mıhaç (Mohács)
*Sanjak of İstolni Belgrad (Székesfehérvár)
*Sanjak of Segedin (Szeged)
*Sanjak of Sirem (Syrmia)
*Sanjak of Baboça
*Sanjak of Zigetvar
*Sanjak of Peçuy
*Sanjak of Estergon
*Sanjak of Hatvan
*Sanjak of Filek
*Sanjak of Seçen
*Sanjak of Sonluk
*Sanjak of Simontorna
*Sanjak of Kopan
*Sanjak of Şiklofça
*Sanjak of Seksar
*Sanjak of Novigrad
*Sanjak of Pespirim

In about 1600, province included following sanjaks:
*Sanjak of Semendire (Smederevo)
*Sanjak of Sirem (Syrmia)
*Sanjak of Kovin
*Sanjak of Kopan (Koppany)
*Sanjak of İstolni Belgrad (Székesfehérvár)
*Sanjak of Mıhaç (Mohács)
*Sanjak of Şiklofça (Siklós)
*Sanjak of Eğri
*Sanjak of Kanije
*Sanjak of Sekçay

In 1610, province included following sanjaks:
*Sanjak of Budin (Buda)
*Sanjak of Sirem (Syrmia)
*Sanjak of Ráckeve
*Sanjak of Kopan (Koppany)
*Sanjak of İstolni Belgrad (Székesfehérvár)
*Sanjak of Mıhaç (Mohács)

Before the end of Ottoman rule (i.e. before 1699), province included following sanjaks:
*Sanjak of Budin (Buda)
*Sanjak of Sirem (Syrmia)
*Sanjak of Semendire (Smederevo)
*Sanjak of Seksar (Szekszárd)
*Sanjak of Şemtorna (Simontornya)
*Sanjak of İstolni Belgrad (Székesfehérvár)
*Sanjak of Estergon (Esztergom)
*Sanjak of Mıhaç (Mohács)
*Sanjak of Peçuy (Pécs)

Population

Population of the province was ethnically and religiously diverse and included Hungarians (living mainly in the north), Serbs (living mainly in the south), Muslims of various ethnic origins (living mainly in the cities) and others (Jews, Roma, etc).

References

*Peter Rokai - Zoltan Đere - Tibor Pal - Aleksandar Kasaš, Istorija Mađara, Beograd, 2002.
*Dr. Dušan J. Popović, Srbi u Vojvodini, knjiga 1, Novi Sad, 1990.

ee also

*Subdivisions of the Ottoman Empire
*Ottoman Hungary

External links

* [http://www.sulinet.hu/eletmod/hogyantovabb/tovabbtanulas/elokeszito/tortenelem/6het/map.jpgMap]
* [http://www.euratlas.net/PHA/history_europe/europe_map_1600.html Map]
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