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More importantly, ethnography and Ottoman archaeology are both united through the concepts of continuity, tradition, and change. Ethnoarchaeological approaches can help us frame questions about the continued (or discontinued) use of material culture throughout the past several centuries. In Turkish Traditional Art Today, Glassie (1993) presents an ethnographic study which portrays the lives and works of craftspeople in Turkey and provides potential inspiration for unlocking the material remains of the Ottoman period.
Even before the end of the siege of Candia, the Ottoman commander issued decrees to prevent the supply of grain or oil to enemy ships and to secure its provision for the defenders of Islam. Export of grain was forbidden, except with a special permit and a guarantee as to the grain’s destination. The maintenance of the grain supply and control of the price of bread were to become important issues for the Ottoman rulers; numerous documents in the Turkish Archives of Iraklion testify to the Ottoman concern with providing bread for the 2.
A Historical Archaeology Of The Ottoman Empire - Breaking New Ground by Uzi Baram, Lynda Carroll