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Nukhet Varlik studied the impact of the Black Death also known as the plague on early Ottoman society. While a lot is known about the plague in Europe and the impact it had on society, economy and politics, Varlik is one of the leading experts on how the Black Death impacted the Ottoman world. Varlik is an associate professor at the Department of History Rutgers University, Newark and when TRT World spoke with her, she was under self-quarantine for showing symptoms of the coronavirus.
How did the plague change the Ottoman state, politically and socially? First of all, let me note that there were recurrent outbreaks of plague throughout Ottoman history and beyond, starting with the Black Death pandemic in and lasting all the way until in modern Turkey — years in total.
Hence, this series of plagues clearly had a profound impact on the Ottoman state, especially in the area of public health. Starting in the early 16th century, we see that the Ottoman central administration started to develop new regulations for the burial of plague victims in Istanbul and other cities, as the plague deaths surged.
They established new communal cemeteries outside the city walls, kept records of daily death tolls, and provided services for the funeral industry. In addition, they tried to keep the streets clean removing waste and paved, and to remove businesses such as tanneries or slaughterhouses outside the city walls, because they were believed to contaminate the air. The state also offered tax relief to individuals and communities affected by the plague and promoted the development of health services.
These institutions and practices that developed in the 16th century continued in one form or another through the modernisation period in the 19th century. On the contrary, we see examples of communal prayers organised for the lifting of the plague. One well-known example comes from the reign of Mehmed III r.
This is the exact opposite of our current understanding of social distancing, right? But why did they do this? Before that time, the dominant disease theory attributed the cause of epidemic diseases to miasma, that is, to foul odours that were believed to contaminate the air and make people sick. Even though the idea of contagion that disease could be transmitted from one person to another, directly or indirectly was known and embraced by some, this did not motivate people to practice social distancing but instead led them to leave cities for places with clean and healthy air but this was mostly limited to the elite.
What did Ottoman society think about the plague and how did they adapt? The way Ottoman society thought about plague changed over time. Generally speaking in the first centuries of Ottoman history, the plague was understood to be a divine decree, a portent of the apocalypse, and a result of social and moral transgression.
Starting in the late 16th century, the plague was no longer seen as an uncontrollable apocalyptic phenomenon. Instead, it came to be seen as a disease resulting from natural causes e. Since outbreaks of plague continued in the Ottoman Empire during six centuries, the population became more familiar with this disease as a recurrent, almost seasonal problem, and sought ways to protect themselves from it, using medicine, prayers, talismans, and other methods.
In the 19th century, the Ottoman state established quarantine stations for the purpose of controlling and disinfecting individuals and goods that entered its borders. How would you compare the social, and even political, reaction today to the coronavirus with that of people in the Ottoman state when faced by the plague? There is a good deal of parallels in terms of social psychology, but the plague was a recurrent problem in the Ottoman Empire and people were familiar with its signs, symptoms, and its behaviour when the outbreaks would start, how long they would last, how many would die, etc.
What we are facing now is unprecedented in many ways, so it requires an extraordinary response. As a result, there is, of course, widespread fear and anxiety. But for some people this means denial; they will deny the imminent threat no matter what and will resist complying to precautions. Subscribe to our Youtube channel for all latest in-depth, on the ground reporting from around the world. News Magazine How did Ottoman society deal with the plague?
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