El príncipe Zizimretrato de un príncipe otomano errante

  1. García Leal, Alfonso
Book:
Estudios de filología e historia en honor del profesor Vitalino Valcárcel
  1. Ruiz Arzalluz, Iñigo (coord.)
  2. Martínez Sobrino, Alejandro (ed. lit.)
  3. Muñoz García de Iturrospe, Maite (ed. lit.)
  4. Ortigosa Egiraun, Iñaki (ed. lit.)
  5. San Juan Manso, Enara (ed. lit.)
  6. Valcárcel Martínez, Vitalino (hom.)

Publisher: Servicio de Publicaciones ; Universidad del País Vasco = Euskal Herriko Unibertsitatea

ISBN: 978-84-908-2048-3

Year of publication: 2014

Volume: 1

Pages: 319-328

Type: Book chapter

Abstract

Cem (Andrinopolis, 23-XII-1459-Naples, 25-11-1495) was the son of Ottoman king Mehmed the Conqueror. Remarkable poet, he is famous for the bloody dispute for the throne that he and his brotherBayecid maintained after their father's death. Guillaume Caoursin (Douai, 1430 ca. -1501), in his work "De casu Zizimi regis commentarium", tells about Prince Zizim's sad story and adventures, including battles, escapes and court atmosphere descriptions. This paper focuses on Zizim's biography and his physical and psychological portrait.