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2014
[438] Misirli A, Benian E.  2014.   Evaluation of the Historical City Edirne through Cultural Assets. Humanities and Social Sciences Review. 3
[442] Uğur Y.  2014.  The Historical Interaction of the City with its Mahalles: Ottoman Edirne in the Late Seventeenth and Early Eighteenth Centuries. Institute for Graduate Studies in the Social Sciences.
[755] Wexler P.  2014.  History of Toxicology and Environmental Health: Toxicology in Antiquity, Volume I. History of Toxicology and Environmental Health. 1:154.
[2014] Brückner H, Herda A, Müllenhoff M, Rabbel W, Stümpel H.  2014.  On the Lion Harbour and other harbours in Miletos: recent historical, archaeological, sedimentological, and geophysical research. Proceedings of the Danish Institute at Athens. :49–103.
[497] Nicolle D.  2014.  Mamluk ‘Askari 1250–1517. Warrior. :64.
[671] Shefer-Mossensohn M.  2014.  The Many Masters of Ottoman Hospitals. Turkish Historical Review. 5:94–114.
[639] Brijder H.  2014.  Nemrud Dağı. :686.
[507] Leustean L.  2014.  Orthodox Christianity and Nationalism in Nineteenth-Century Southeastern Europe. Orthodox Christianity and Contemporary Thought. :288.
[381] Özer M.  2014.   The Ottoman Imperial Palace In Edirne (Saray-ı Cedid Amire).
[645] Veinstein G.  2014.  On the Ottoman janissaries (fourteenth-nineteenth centuries). Fighting for a Living: A Comparative Study of Military Labour 1500-2000.
[284] Uğurluay H.  2014.  Pamukkale, Hierapolis & Laodicea. :72.
[721] Biscione R, Dan R.  2014.  Ranking and Geographical-Functional Distribution of Urartian Fortification in Turkey. Veli Sevin’e Armağan. :121–136.
[553] Efendi ABadi, Gündoğdu R, Adıgüzel N.  2014.  Riyâz-ı Belde-i Edirne. :2200.
[194] Süel M.  2014.  The Sacred City of Hittites: Sapinuwa. The new excavations. Sacred Landscapes of Hittites and Luwians: Proceedings of the International Conference in Honour of Franca Pecchioli Daddi.
[680] Disli G.  2014.  Sustainability of historic building systems: Anatolian Seljuk and Ottoman hospitals. APT Bulletin. :45–51.

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