Ankebut Ahmed Paşa Mahallesi'ndeki Merhum Şeyh Mehmed Efendi ibn İbrahim'in Kadiriye Tarikatı Tekkesi Evkafı'ndan Zekiye? Babazopola'nın oturduğu tekkenin bir cihetini teşkil eden hanenin emr-i tahliyesi zımnında mahkemeye müracaatı için mütevellinin yazısı.
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Title
Ankebut Ahmed Paşa Mahallesi'ndeki Merhum Şeyh Mehmed Efendi ibn İbrahim'in Kadiriye Tarikatı Tekkesi Evkafı'ndan Zekiye? Babazopola'nın oturduğu tekkenin bir cihetini teşkil eden hanenin emr-i tahliyesi zımnında mahkemeye müracaatı için mütevellinin yazısı.
Description
Kandiye İhtiyar Meclisi Heyet-i Aliyesi'ne gönderilmiştir. [9 Mayıs 1335]
Note
The Manager of Irakliou Teke of Bourhan Baba of Kathridon supports that Zeke Ahiki (?) Babadopoula occupies for 10 years a residence owned by the Teke, without having any such right Irakliou Council of the Muslim Elders authorize the Director to suit her
Issue Date
1919-05-09
1919-05-15
Language
Ottoman Turkish
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/52628
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIEVPR00456
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Open Access
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