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Hatt-i Humayun

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Hatt-i Humayun

Hatt-i humayun may refer to:

  • Hatt-i humayun, a handwritten note of an official nature by the Ottoman Sultan.
  • Hatt-i Humayun of 1856, also known as the "Reform Edict of 1856" (in Turkish: Islâhat Hatt-ı Hümâyûnu or Islâhat Fermânı ).
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