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V, 1 -2) : ' Wa- 'inna '1-masadjid li-'Llah fa-la tad ',u rna a 'LUih a�adan 46a Bina' hadhihi '1-masdjid al-mubarak J:Iaf�a bint J:Iamza Beg ta-r-a ha-b Ral;lima 'Llah li-man na�ara fihi wa-da' a Ii-�al)ibiba. Ta' rikh sana ithna wa-sab ' in wa-thamani-mi 'a. (Mosques belong to God. Therefore call nobody beside God. This blessed mosque was built by Hafsa, the daughter of Hamza Heg ; May God have mercy with his servants and bless the foundress. Date : the year eight-hundred-seventy -two (1467-1 468]) 46.
66. This was used very often in Sel<;uk architecture of the 1 3th century. Splendid exam ples of it are the minaret of Ince Minare of Konya or the minaret of the Yakutiye Medresse of Erzerum. The most characteristic example by the Ottomans is the Ye�il Cami of Iznik Nicaea from 1 378. Inspired by this, but much simpler are the minarets of the Fatih Camili of Kustendil from 1 420-1430 or the Djoumaya Cami of Plovdiv, built by Murad II (14211 45 1 ), both i n Bulgaria. The examples of Thessaloniki, Verria and Istanbul are a last weak echo of this rich type of the 13th century.
62. Vehbi Tamer, "Fatih Devri Ricalinden Ishak Pa�amn Vakfiyeleri ve VakJflan ," in: Vak1/lar Dergisi IV (Ankara, 1958), pp. 1 07-124. 63. This document was used thanks to the kind help of Mr. A. Wijnbergen of the Leyden University. 64. A good survey of the Imaret system was given by Orner Liitfi Barkan in his exten sive study, "Imaret Sitelerin Kurulus ve Isleyisi," i n : (Istanbul, 1 961 ). Iktisat Fakultesi Mecmuasi, 21 1 40 5 silver pieces could be spent and for salt 1 . To replace broken dishes and other articles 2 silver pieces a day.