Dusk on the Golden Horn by Ivan Konstantinovich
A Country Study: Turkey
Ottoman Syria refers to divisions of the Ottoman Empire within the Levant, usually defined as the region east of the Mediterranean Sea, west of the Euphrates River, north of the Arabian Desert and south of the Taurus Mountains. Comprised of the Eyalets of Aleppo, Damascus, Tripoli, Acre and Gaza depicted in the 1851 map below.
National Archives of Lebanon (Arabic)
Jordan: History: The Ottoman Empire (government website)
The Ottoman Hajj Route in Jordan: Motivation and Ideology - Andrew Petersen
Egypt Eyalet 1609
Flag of Ottoman Egypt 1793-1844
The Ottomans captured Egypt between 1511-1520 under Selim I and ruled the area from 1517-1798 and again from 1801-1914.
Egyptian Society under Ottoman Rule, 1517-1798 by Michael Winters
Ottoman Iraq refers to the period of the history of Iraq when the region was ruled by the Ottoman Empire (1534–1704 and 1831–1920). Before reforms (1534–1704), Iraq was ruled as Baghdad Eyalet. Ottoman Iraq was later (1831–1920) divided into the three vilayets (provinces):
Desert Queen by Janet Wallach: Story of Gertrude Bell and her life in Iraq and the Middle East at the end of the Ottoman Empire and during WWI.