Towards Irakliou Muslim Elders: Irakliou Prefect asks them to appoint two or three witnesses for each damage that had been made to the Roufa Pasa Mosque, in the cemetery of Seferiana Village.
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Title
Towards Irakliou Muslim Elders: Irakliou Prefect asks them to appoint two or three witnesses for each damage that had been made to the Roufa Pasa Mosque, in the cemetery of Seferiana Village.
Description
Towards Irakliou Prefecture. the President reppors that only the roof of the mosque at Roufa Kenouriou Village has been destroyed and that the walls are still in a good condition
Note
Towards Prefecture. President repports that Witnesses that informed him about damages caused to the mosque Are Ivraim Mavromatis and Hasan Gavalas and witnesses that informed him about damages in cemetery are Remazan Fafoulakis and Hasan Younousakis
Issue Date
1911-01-03
1911-01-04
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/59969
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVC00002
Rights
Open Access
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Purchase

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