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...Rare account of a diplomatic mission to the Ottoman court in 1622 led by the diplomat and politician Krzysztof Zbaraski, with a dedication to the Prince of Wisnicz and Zbaraz. Zbaraz in Galizien was part of the Kingdom of Poland...
...A speech delivered to the consistory by Anton Florian, Count of Lichtenstein, the Imperial Ambassador to the Vatican, on 12 February 1691, exhorting the cardinals to elect a successor to Pope Alexander VIII, who had died on 1 February, ‘cum...
...Much of the Arcadian Library has been assembled through the acquisition of the libraries of earlier collectors. Without the earlier curation work of individuals such as Şefik E. Atabey, Richard Heber and Peter Hopkirk, the Arcadian Library...
...According to the 'Bibliography of Books Printed in the German Speaking Countries of the Sixteenth Century' (VD 16), this is one of the five German issues of the same year. Nevertheless this is a quite scarce account of the death of Luigi...
...The second highest order of the Ottoman Empire, the Order of the Medjidie, was established in 1852 by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks. As consul of Adrianopolis (Edirne), Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884) received the second highest of five...
...An Ottoman Order of Glory for Charles Joseph Tissot (1828-1884), issued by Abdülmecit, Sultan of the Turks; together with permission of Napoleon III, Emperor of the French, for him to wear the award. Tissot was a diplomat and archaeologist....
...Printed letter written by Michel Codignac, French ambassador to the Porte, to Monsignor di Loveda, French ambassador in Venice, concerning the murder of Mustafa, Süleyman I’s first son, and the ensuing struggle for the succession between...