الثقافة التركية في مصر جوانب من التفاعل الحضاري بين المصريين والأتراك مع معجم للالفاظ التركية في العامية المصرية
Prepared by Ekmeleddin İhsanoğlu and Salih Sadawi,
İstanbul, 2003 (in Arabic, introduction in Turkish)
This book is divided into six parts: Part I examines the Turkish influence in Egypt in such fields as culture, language and literature, architecture, social life and institutions during the periods of the
Tolunids, Ihshidids, Fatimids, Ayyubids, Mamluks, the Ottomans (following the conquest of Egypt) and the French occupation of Egypt in 1798. Part II examines Turkish architecture and arts
in Egypt during the periods of various dynasties including the Ottomans (1517-1805). Part III deals with the influence of Turks on economic and social life of Egypt, the system of guilds, traditions and customs and the Turkish influence on the Egyptian anecdotes and proverbs. Part IV is about the mutual influences between the Turks and Egyptians during the period of the Mamluks and between Ottoman Egypt on the one hand and Anatolia and the Balkans on the other. Part V focuses on the usage of Turkish language in daily life, in the army and the Ottoman terms encountered in the judicial system. Part VI comprises a dictionary of words, which were introduced to popular dialects in Egypt through Turkish language. This book has a bibliography and an index at the end. It aims to open new horizons for future studies to be conducted on mutual cultural influences between the Turks and Egyptians in fields such as language and literature, art, intellectual life, traditions, etc.