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The protagonists include English merchants, diplomats, pilgrims and explorers, plus a lone Scotsman, William Lithgow, who has since formed the subject of a more detailed study by C. Bosworth in An Intrepid Scot: Ashgate, All of these accounts have been published previously, several as recently as the s, but it is nonetheless helpful to have such a rich collection of material brought together in a handy single volume. The only domination relevant here was domination by the Orient rather than domination of the Orient.
There are at least two instances of a significant misreading of the texts.
Harborne considered insufferable pride to be an inherent feature of Islam and resented the heavy bribes necessary to defend English commercial privileges and free the many English merchants sold into slavery.
He greeted news of an earthquake in Anatolia with the remark that those victims apparently swallowed up by the earth had been called down to Hell by Mohammed, while the only Islamic practise he approved of was the punishment of adultery by execution.
Palgrave, Unlike MacLean, Parker does at least provide the complete passage in the main text. If Parker is capable of such errors and distortions in his comments on the sections of text that he has reproduced, then this leaves serious doubts about what he may have decided to leave out.
One serious error directly contradicts the scholarship Parker claims to be relying on.
If Parker had referenced the Brill Encyclopedia of Islam then his mistake would be understandable, since A. However, the fact that Parker only cites Skilliter raises serious doubts over how attentively he read her essay.
How many more such errors must the reader uncover before losing confidence in Parker? If anything, Dalrymple should be chided for making unqualified use of such a misleading term. The latter is the clearest indication that this is intended to be an undergraduate textbook.
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Related Papers. Discuss the reception of European diplomats at the Ottoman Court between and Ken Parker is an American luthier known for his unique archtop guitars and the controversial Parker Fly electric guitar which came out in He is the founder of Parker Guitars. Parker was raised on Long Island, New York and made his first guitar out of wood and cardboard at the age of In his early 20s, after studying various aspects of tool-making and woodworking, he worked in a grandfather clock factory in a Rochester, New York and began building stringed instruments while working with the furniture-maker Richard Newman.
Guitar lessons further sparked his interest in the instrument and in the s he returned to the New York City area where he began working with a lute maker on Long Island. He then worked at Stuyvesant Music in Manhattan repairing string instruments. From had his own shop where he worked on the development and construction of violins, cellos, and especially Renaissance lutes.
In the early s, he founded the company Parker Guitars and collaborated with Larry Fishman to design the Fly , a controversial, innovative and futuristic electric guitar brought out in The Fly incorporated non-traditional materials like fiberglass and Carbon-fiber-reinforced polymer blended with more traditional elements like mahogany , basswood and spruce. The Fly weighed around 5 pounds, while most full size solid body electric guitars of the same category usually weigh from 7 to more than 9 pounds.
Parker was one of the first builders to use stainless steel frets that were glued on the fretboard. With Larry Fishman's help he was also one of the first builders to embrace the use of a piezo bridge which allowed the electric guitar to simulate the sounds of an acoustic one and blend the acoustic with the electric signal through his innovative control layout.
The Fly had 11 patents and was exhibited at the Smithsonian Institution.
Parker sold his company in A few years later, he started designing archtop guitars. His archtop designs incorporate an adjustable neck , a unique tailpiece and non-traditional sound holes. As of Parker has a shop in Massachusetts where he builds a small number of hand made and individualized custom archtop guitars per year.
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