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Document 66 (16 October 1667) The Crimean Instrument Of The Treaty Of Podhajce (Pidhajci) [Facs. XIII]

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An emigrant from Russia Alexandre Bennigsen gathered an excellent team of scholars able to study Ottoman, Crimean, as well as Russian sources and initiated the edition of documents from the Topkapi Palace Archives regarding the Crimean Khanate. Forty-six documents 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 66, which comprises a copy of the Treaty of Podhajce. The document talks about the articles that His Royal Majesty and the whole Commonwealth have agreed with in order to maintain eternal friendship and unbreakable peace.

Keywords: Alexandre Bennigsen; Crimean khanate; Treaty of Podhajce



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