Author(s): Ayd?n EFE

After the announcement of the Tanzimat (The Reformation) the Ottoman State realized a number of implementations regarding receiving unique type of tax by abolishing the taxes that had been collected in various names. In these applications performed in the area of finance state initialized the counting of temettuat in order to determine the individuals who could be taxpayers. The names and fames of these taxpayers, number of the land, property and the animals they owned these taxpayers and the income they could generate out of them were registered. This way the state would be able to collect the money that its economy needed under the name of tax. By studying the book numbered ML. VRD. TMT. D 10100 found in the Ottoman Archive of the Prime Ministry registered for the members of the Bulacl? tribe the number of the animals that the tribe members owned and the two years’ income they had generated were accessed. In addition a comparison of the number of animals and the income was made with the Keshli tribe, a neighbor of this tribe.


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