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ATTACHMENTS
Divan-i Humayun Interpreters Listesi1
1) Ali Bey 15022
2) Yunus Bey 1541-15503
3) Ahmed (Heinz Tulman) (German)
4) Murad Bey (Hungarian)
5) Ibrahim Bey (STRASZ) (Polynesian): 1551-9 July 15 714
6) Mahmoud (German): 1571 / 1573-15755
7) Hürrem (Oram) Gentlemen: 15,786
8) Zulfikar (Hungarian)
9) Mamuca Della Torre (Italian): 16677
10) Panayot / Panagiotis (Panaghiotis) Nikusiuos: 1661-16738
11) Ali Ufki Lord Bobowski (Polynesian) 16739
12) Alexander Mavrocordat: October 2, 1673 to November 168 310 (I.def A)
1 This list Ergin Osman Nuri, History of Turkey Ministry of Education, Vol. 2, Ist. 1939 .; Zajaczkowski, Ananiasz-Jan Reych financing, Zarys Dyplomaty the Osmansko-Tureckiej, Warsaw 1955; English edition of the Handbook of Ottoman-Turkish diplomatics, Andrew S. Ehrenkreutz, Mouton-The Hague-Paris 1968, made from English to Turkish oppression of the Ottoman-Turkish diplomatic Handbook (Handbook of Ottoman-Turkish diplomatics), trans. Mehmet Fethi Atay BDA.G.M., Ist. 1993.Biz our study, we used the Turkish edition. Gubogl, M. paleografia Diplomatica Turco Chi-Chi Osmena Studio Album, Bucuresti 1958; Mehmed Mustafa Ali, Istoria Turcil is, Bucuresti, 1976; Vlastos, SG, Livre d’or de la Noblesse Phanariote the Greece most Roumania, the Russ et en Turquie, Athenes 1892; Vranoussis, Leandra, “Les Grecs de Constantinople et la vie intellectuelle l’mcg to des Drogmans “, a la Jonction des Cultures Balkaniques Istanbul, Mediterrannennes, Slaves, meat Orientales aux XVI-XIX Siecles, Bucarest 1977; Uzunçarsili, Ismail Hakki, Ottoman History, C.4 / 1-2; Sozen, Z., Boatswain Gentlemen; Hammer, Ottoman History, c. 6,7,8,, awesome, you Fehamed, Tevcihat the Ottoman State; Beydilli, John, Frederick the Great and the Ottomans; Tired of Ottoman History, c. 5; Kitsikis, Dimitri, Greek-Turkish Empire was compiled from the book. 2 Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.194; Mehmed, ibid, s.407; Gubogl, ibid, p. Venice took the treaty. 3 Mehmet, ibid, s.407 Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.195 in 1533-1551; 4Zajaczkows that, supra, p.195; Mehmed II, supra, s.407; Gubogl, the supra, p .; 5 Zajaczkowski, supra, p.195; Gubogl of, supra, p .; 6 Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.195; Gubogl, ibid, p.; Mehmed, ibid, s.407 7Zajaczkows that, ibid, p.195; Gubogl, ibid, p.; Mehmed, ibid, s.407; Hammer writes that interpreters do it again in 1678, Ottoman History, C.6, s.324 8 Kitsikis, ibid, p.162; Gubogl, ibid, p .; Mehmed, ibid, s.407 9 Hammer, op, C.6, s.281; Mehmed, ibid, s.407 10Mehmed, ibid, s.407; Gubogl of age, and Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.195 and Kitsikis, ibid, p.162 serve as the 1673-1709.


ATTACHMENTS
Divan-i Humayun Interpreters Listesi1
1) Ali Bey 15022
2) Yunus Bey 1541-15503
3) Ahmed (Heinz Tulman) (German)
4) Murad Bey (Hungarian)
5) Ibrahim Bey (STRASZ) (Polynesian): 1551-9 July 15 714
6) Mahmoud (German): 1571 / 1573-15755
7) Hürrem (Oram) Gentlemen: 15,786
8) Zulfikar (Hungarian)
9) Mamuca Della Torre (Italian): 16677
10) Panayot / Panagiotis (Panaghiotis) Nikusiuos: 1661-16738
11) Ali Ufki Lord Bobowski (Polynesian) 16739
12) Alexander Mavrocordat: October 2, 1673 to November 168 310 (I.def A)
1 This list Ergin Osman Nuri, History of Turkey Ministry of Education, Vol. 2, Ist. 1939 .; Zajaczkowski, Ananiasz-Jan Reych financing, Zarys Dyplomaty the Osmansko-Tureckiej, Warsaw 1955; English edition of the Handbook of Ottoman-Turkish diplomatics, Andrew S. Ehrenkreutz, Mouton-The Hague-Paris 1968, made from English to Turkish oppression of the Ottoman-Turkish diplomatic Handbook (Handbook of Ottoman-Turkish diplomatics), trans. Mehmet Fethi Atay BDA.G.M., Ist. 1993.Biz our study, we used the Turkish edition. Gubogl, M. paleografia Diplomatica Turco Chi-Chi Osmena Studio Album, Bucuresti 1958; Mehmed Mustafa Ali, Istoria Turcil is, Bucuresti, 1976; Vlastos, SG, Livre d’or de la Noblesse Phanariote the Greece most Roumania, the Russ et en Turquie, Athenes 1892; Vranoussis, Leandra, “Les Grecs de Constantinople et la vie intellectuelle l’mcg to des Drogmans “, a la Jonction des Cultures Balkaniques Istanbul, Mediterrannennes, Slaves, meat Orientales aux XVI-XIX Siecles, Bucarest 1977; Uzunçarsili, Ismail Hakki, Ottoman History, C.4 / 1-2; Sozen, Z., Boatswain Gentlemen; Hammer, Ottoman History, c. 6,7,8,, awesome, you Fehamed, Tevcihat the Ottoman State; Beydilli, John, Frederick the Great and the Ottomans; Tired of Ottoman History, c. 5; Kitsikis, Dimitri, Greek-Turkish Empire was compiled from the book. 2 Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.194; Mehmed, ibid, s.407; Gubogl, ibid, p. Venice took the treaty. 3 Mehmet, ibid, s.407 Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.195 in 1533-1551; 4Zajaczkows that, supra, p.195; Mehmed II, supra, s.407; Gubogl, the supra, p .; 5 Zajaczkowski, supra, p.195; Gubogl of, supra, p .; 6 Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.195; Gubogl, ibid, p.; Mehmed, ibid, s.407 7Zajaczkows that, ibid, p.195; Gubogl, ibid, p.; Mehmed, ibid, s.407; Hammer writes that interpreters do it again in 1678, Ottoman History, C.6, s.324 8 Kitsikis, ibid, p.162; Gubogl, ibid, p .; Mehmed, ibid, s.407 9 Hammer, op, C.6, s.281; Mehmed, ibid, s.407 10Mehmed, ibid, s.407; Gubogl of age, and Zajaczkowski, ibid, p.195 and Kitsikis, ibid, p.162 serve as the 1673-1709.