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Document 30 (The First Half Of 1541) The Oath By Ali Hadji (Alihača), The Crimean Envoy, Sworn In Vilnius

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In this chapter, Document 30 presents the oath by Ali Hadji in the name of his khan, Sahib Giray Bahadir, sworn to Sigismund, the king of Poland and the grand duke of Lithuania, and the son of His Majesty, Augustus. Ali Hadji swears with his soul to His Royal Majesty Sigismund and to the son of His Majesty, the young king, that his lord, the free khan, should wish well and be friendly towards Their Royal Majesties, and should have no bad intentions against Their Majesties, the hospodars, and the two states of Their Majesties: the Polish Crown and the Grand Duchy of Lithuania.

Keywords: Ali Hadji; Crimean envoy; Lithuania; Sahib Giray Bahadir; Sigismund; Vilnius



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