Application of Mehmet Ali Oustadakis. Towards the Holy Court of Rethymno: The applicant asks for a certificate that will prove that the founder and "heih" (sheikh) of the Bektasi tekke outside the town of Rethymno was Hatzi (Hacı) Baba Oustadakis.
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Application of Mehmet Ali Oustadakis. Towards the Holy Court of Rethymno: The applicant asks for a certificate that will prove that the founder and "heih" (sheikh) of the Bektasi tekke outside the town of Rethymno was Hatzi (Hacı) Baba Oustadakis.
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Finally according to Hilaritname, successor the applicant took his place in 1908 and since then nobody else took that place apart from him. According to the terms of the dedication, after the death of the above mentioned Hatzi (Hacı) Baba Oustadakis, "halifes" (caliph) and manager of the tekke became the son of his brother, that is Kemal Oustadakis - the applicant's father.
Issue Date
1918-05-26
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/55056
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Format
21-27 cm, Handwritten
Number of Scanned Documents
1
Identifier
ACREVP00147
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Open Access
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