LONCALevel of Need Care Assessment (University of Washington; strategy matching resources to level of need)
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Evliya Celebi writes that there were 1,100 Loncas in Istanbul alone at that time and these had 260,000 members (Guvemli, 2000, 71).
On the other hand there were 148 loncas in the 16th Century (Gulvahaboglu, 1991, 18182).
The book of Amnon Cohen's (2003) from the University of Jerusalem, titled "Loncas in the Jerusalem of the Ottomans", mentions the system of Loncas in the 17th Century in Jerusalem, a city under the Ottomans at that time.