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Kâtip Tchelebi: Rumeli und Bosna, geographisch beschrieben 
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Kâtip Tchelebi  (1609–1657) 
  
DescriptionOttoman-Turkish economist, historian, geographer, writer and biographer
Date of birth/death1609 6 October 1657 
Location of birth/deathConstantinopleConstantinople
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Joseph von Hammer-Purgstall  (1774–1856)  
 
Alternative namesHammer
DescriptionAustrian explorer, translator and diplomat
Date of birth/death9 June 1774 23 November 1856 
Location of birth/deathGrazVienna
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TitleRumeli und Bosna, geographisch beschrieben
PublisherKunst- und industrie -comptoir
DescriptionBook digitized by Google and uploaded to the Internet Archive by user tpb.
LanguageGerman
Publication date1812
SourceInternet Archive identifier: rumeliundbosnag00purgoog
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