Osmanlı İmparatorluğu'nda Musul, Kerkük ve Süleymaniye'deki okulları gösteren harita. No: 17 - Map showing schools in Mosul, Kirkur and Süleymaniye in the Ottoman Empire. No: 17
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Title
Osmanlı İmparatorluğu'nda Musul, Kerkük ve Süleymaniye'deki okulları gösteren harita. No: 17 - Map showing schools in Mosul, Kirkur and Süleymaniye in the Ottoman Empire. No: 17
Publisher
Matbaa-i Âmire
Description
Musul Vilâyeti. Haritada kırmızı daireler kable'l-inkılâb mevcud olan ve siyah daireler bade'l-inkılâb 1330 senesi eylülüne kadar tesis ve küşad edilmiş bulunan mekâtibe delâlet eder. Çift çizgili olanlar inas mekatibidir. Dairelerin içindeki taksimat mekatibin kaç dershaneli olduğunu ve üzerlerindeki arkam kasaba dahilinde o nev' mektebten kaç tane bulunduğunu irae eder. Muhtelit mektepler zükûr mekatibi meyanındadır.
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Coverage
Eylül 1330 (Eylül 1914) - September 1914
Subject
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/109067
Collections
Type
Map
Format
50,8-36,5 cm, Baskı, Renkli - Print, Colored
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
EPL009
Rights
Open Access
Accrual Method
Satın alma - Purchase

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