Polish orientalist, Jesuit Jan Tadeusz Krusiński is the author of some of the most important chronicles that were the source material for the study of the history of late Safavid Iran. In addition to these works, translated into several languages, Krusiński also wrote a less known text on methods of consuming coffee in the Ottoman empire and Persia. This article contains a presentation and translation of the text, as well as a draft of the author’s biography.
Turkish Historical Review – Brill
Published: Nov 26, 2015
Keywords: Coffee; Ottoman Empire; Safavid Iran; Krusinski
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