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Document 61 (18 July 1654) The Polish Instrument Of Peace And Alliance, Corroborated And Sworn In Warsaw By King John Casimir, The Representatives Of The Senate And Diet, And The Crimean Envoy, Süleyman Agha

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Forty-six documents, from the Topkapi Palace Archives regarding the Crimean Khanate, were issued by the Crimean side: three of them can be classified as donation yarliqs, nine as donation yarliqs cum şartnames, six as şartnames, nineteen as ahdnames, three as oathyarliqs, and six as others. This chapter presents Document 61, which focuses on a treaty confirmed and sworn in the royal city of Warsaw, during the general Crown Diet, and on the 18th day of the month of July of the year 1654. The treaty was corroborated and sworn by King John Casimir, the Representatives of the Senate and Diet, and the Crimean Envoy, Süleyman Agha.

Keywords: Crimean khanate; Crown Diet; King John Casimir; Süleyman Agha; Topkapi Palace Archives; Warsaw



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