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Author: Georgijević, Bartolomej, d. ca. 1566.
Title: The ofspring of the house of Ottomanno and officers pertaining to the greate Turkes court. Whereunto is added Bartholomeus Georgieuiz Epitome, of the customes rytes, ceremonies, and religion of the Turkes: with the miserbale affliction of those Christians, whiche liue vnder their captiuitie and bondage. In the ende also is adioyned the maner hovv Mustapha, oldest sonne of Soltan Soliman, twelfth Emperour of the Turkes, was murthered by his father, in the yere of our Lorde 1553. al Englished by Hugh Goughe.
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Print source: The ofspring of the house of Ottomanno and officers pertaining to the greate Turkes court. Whereunto is added Bartholomeus Georgieuiz Epitome, of the customes rytes, ceremonies, and religion of the Turkes: with the miserbale affliction of those Christians, whiche liue vnder their captiuitie and bondage. In the ende also is adioyned the maner hovv Mustapha, oldest sonne of Soltan Soliman, twelfth Emperour of the Turkes, was murthered by his father, in the yere of our Lorde 1553. al Englished by Hugh Goughe.
Georgijević, Bartolomej, d. ca. 1566., Gough, Hugh, fl. 1569.

Imprinted at London: In Fletestreate, neare vnto saint Dunstones church by Thomas Marshe, [1569?]
Subject terms:
Prisoners of war -- Early works to 1800.
Turkey -- History -- 1453-1683.
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Contents
The Turkishe rites and ceremonies. The forme of the turkishe temple, of the resort therunto, and order in praiinges.