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GIOVANNI MARITI
Travels in the Island of Cyprus
page 197

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Cap. Gio. Maria, of Verona. Cap. Mancino. ENGINEERS. Giouanni Mormori, killed. Cav. Girolamo Maggio, of Anghiari, enslaved [escaped, retaken and strangled, March 27, 1572.] TURKISH CAPTAINS IN FAMAGUSTA. Mustafa, General. Pasha of Aleppo. Pasha of Anatolia, killed. Muzaffer, Pasha of Nicosia. Pasha of Caramania. Agha of the Janissaries. Janpulad bey. Sanjaq of Tripoli. Beylerbey of Greece. Pasha of Sivas and Marash. Ferca Framburaro. Sanjaq of Antipo, killed. Suleiman bey, killed. Three Sanjaqs of Arabia, one killed. Mustafa bey, General of Ad-venturers, killed. The Fergat, lord of Malatia, killed. The Framburaro of Divrigi, killed. FINIS. Those who are curious to see how the same episode is set forth for Turks by a Turk can read this short extract which I have translated from Qibris Tarikhi (Levqosha, 1312) Nicosia, 1895, pp. 89--91. A. H. 978. Here again the Ottoman troops were set in array, a mine was fired, and fresh cannon kept up the attack, until on the second day of the siege a part of the Fort was brought to the ground, and after a bloody fight maintained 194 The Siege of Famagusta

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