Mayor Karyotaki (?) answers to a previous complaining letter of Administration of Muslim Foundations and supports that in Partira Village, next to Ottoman cemetery and to an old Byzantine church that square is part of cemetery.
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Title
Mayor Karyotaki (?) answers to a previous complaining letter of Administration of Muslim Foundations and supports that in Partira Village, next to Ottoman cemetery and to an old Byzantine church that square is part of cemetery.
Description
Mayor supports that square has always been common property of the community and that it has received its name from some Greek tombstones found in the location
Note
Mayor also supports that the claims of Vairam Makraki, who accuses the teacher of partiron of having said that 'The Muslims have no government' are false
Issue Date
1904-12-29
1905-02-02
Language
Greek
Location
SALT Research
URI
https://archives.saltresearch.org/handle/123456789/64335
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Format
20-30 cm
Identifier
ACIGVC00011
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