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Document Type:

pamphlet

Language:

Portuguese

People and Organizations:

[Unknown]

Period:

1700–1799

Place:

Portugal, Turkey

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FEATURED CONTENT: Noticia certa de hum fatal successo, acontecido na cidade de Constantinopla, e o espantoso fenomeno, que nella se vio no dia vinte e seis de Novembro proximo de 1756.

FEATURED CONTENT: Noticia certa de hum fatal successo, acontecido na cidade de Constantinopla, e o espantoso fenomeno, que nella se vio no dia vinte e seis de Novembro proximo de 1756.
  • Shelfmark:
    13:01Box XXIX
  • DOI:
    10.24157/ARC_14104.17
  • Printer / Publisher:
    Na offic. de Domingos Rodrigues
  • Author(s):
    [Unknown]
    [Unknown]
  • Date:
    1757
  • Place:
    Lisboa
  • Keywords:
    Constantinople, Urban history, Disaster, Imperial courts, Infrastructure, Muslim, Society, Sublime Porte, Islamophobia
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Featured version of ARC_14104.13. Purportedly an account of the damage suffered in Constantinople following the Lisbon earthquake of 1 November 1755, and then of a subsequent earthquake, which struck Constantinople the year after on 26 November at 11.45 in the morning.

  • Shelfmark:
    13:01Box XXIX
  • DOI:
    10.24157/ARC_14104.17
  • Printer / Publisher:
    Na offic. de Domingos Rodrigues
  • Author(s):
    [Unknown]
    [Unknown]
  • Date:
    1757
  • Place:
    Lisboa
  • Keywords:
    Constantinople, Urban history, Disaster, Imperial courts, Infrastructure, Muslim, Society, Sublime Porte, Islamophobia
  • LOC Subject Headings:
    Earthquakes - Turkey - Istanbul.
  • Bibliographic References:
    Not in Atabey or Blackmer.
  • Language:
    Portuguese
  • Content type:
    Single-volume work
  • Identifier:
    ARC_14104.17
  • Volumes:
    1
  • Format:
    Quarto
  • Collation:
    8 pages
  • Binding:
    Plain paper wraps.
  • Additional Information:
    One of a set of sixteen Portuguese newsletters and pamphlets, which deal with, inter alia, Moorish incursions into Galicia, the conquest of Trebizond by Prince Heraclius, strange happenings in Constantinople, the tyranny of Ahmed III, Sultan of the Turks, and his deposition, and Turkish pilgrimages to Mecca to pray for assistance.