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" Turkish government, unlike the civil power of the Byzantine empire, never interfered), was left entirely in his hands and those of the grand Synod which he could summon whenever he pleased; and hereby he could decide all matters of faith and dogma without... "
The Preaching of Islam: A History of the Propagation of the Muslim Faith - الصفحة 126
بواسطة Sir Thomas Walker Arnold - 1896 - عدد الصفحات: 388
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The Origin of the Capitulations and of the Consular Institution

Gabriel Bie Ravndal - 1921 - عدد الصفحات: 112
...the state. J1 sa recognized officer of the imperial government, he cou.d do much for the alleviatiqn of the oppressed by bringing the acts of unjust governors to the notice of the Sultan. The Greek bishops'in the Provinces in their turn were treated with great consideration and were entrusted with...

Congressional Serial Set, العدد 7932

1921
...interference on the part of the state. As a recognized officer of the imperial government, he cou.d do much for the alleviation of the oppressed by bringing...to modern times they have acted in their dioceses almost as if they were Ottoman prefects over the Orthodox population. (KhranUes, Finlay. /,'rminJonetal.)...




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