Bosanski Sandžakbeg Ulama i njegov vakuf u Skadru na Bojani

Nedim Zahirović

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Ulama-begova uprava nad Bosanskim sandžakom (1541-1547/48) izdvaja se u pogledu dvije osobenosti. Prvo, Ulama-beg je jedan od rijetkih bosanskih sandžakbegova iz 16 vijeka koji nije ostavio niti jedan vakuf u Bosni i drugo, Ulama-beg je tokom najvećeg dijela svoga službovanja u Bosni rezidirao u Tešnju a ne u Sarajevu. Iako se na osnovu podataka može doći do zaključka da je Ulama sa svojim sinovima imao ozbiljnu namjeru da u Bosni trajno ostane oni su ipak na kraju napustili Bosnu. Na osnovu postojanja Ulama-begovog vakufa u Skadru kao i na osnovu toga da je Ulama-begov sin Skender-beg imao posjede u okolici Tikveša i Kavadaraca autor postavlja tezu da je Ulama-begova porodica otišla iz Bosne na područje današnje Makedonije.

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Bosnian Sancakbegi Ulama and his endowment in Scutari on Bojana

Ulama Beg’s administration of the Bosnian Sancak (1541-1547 / 48) is isolated in terms of two characteristics. First, Ulama Beg is one of the few Bosnian sancakbegis from the 16th century who did not establish any waqf in Bosnia and secondly, Ulama Beg for most of his tenure in Bosnia resided in Tešanj and not in Sarajevo. Nonetheless, based on the data one might come to the conclusion that Ulama and his sons had a serious intention to settle permanently in Bosnia. In the end, they left Bosnia though. On the basis of the finding of Ulama Beg’s waqf in Scutari as well as on the grounds that the Ulama Beg’s son Skender Beg owned property near Tikveš and Kavadarci. The author posits a thesis that Ulama Beg’s family went from Bosnia to the area of present-day Macedonia.

 

Ključne riječi

Ulama-beg; Bosna; Skadar; vakuf: Ulama Beg; Bosnia; Scutari; waqf

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