Administrative Divisions of The Ottoman Empire - First-level Administrative Units

First-level Administrative Units

There were two main eras of administrative organisation. The first was the initial organisation that evolved with the rise of the Empire and the second was the organisation after extensive administrative reforms of 1864.

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... Teskil-i Vilayet Nizamnamesi) in 1864, as part of the administrative reforms that were being enacted throughout the empire ... Unlike the previous eyalet system, the 1864 law established a hierarchy of administrative units the vilayet, liva/sanjak, kaza and village council, to which the 1871 Vilayet Law added the nabiye ...

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