Shuetzpaesse

English translation: Letter of safe-conduct

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17:24 Jan 25, 2002
German to English translations [PRO]
Art/Literary / 1844 book
German term or phrase: Shuetzpaesse
In his time an Arabian agent in Mepro issued the Schuetzpaesse through the desert ...
Gillian Searl
United Kingdom
Local time: 22:58
English translation:Letter of safe-conduct
Explanation:
"Letter of safe-conduct" is I think the term for the context.

Hope this helps
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4 +2letters authorizing safe passage
Kim Metzger
4ferman (carrying the tughra)
Klaus Dorn
4Letter of safe-conduct
pschmitt


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letters authorizing safe passage


Explanation:
There's another term for this, but can't think of it at the moment.

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Note added at 2002-01-25 17:36:01 (GMT)
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Or guarantee of safe passage

Kim Metzger
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Letter of safe-conduct


Explanation:
"Letter of safe-conduct" is I think the term for the context.

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ferman (carrying the tughra)


Explanation:
Ferman, mit der Tughra (* Unterschrift des Sultans) des Beherrschers versehen

This document provided safe passage in the days of the Osman Empire:

"My verses pleased the Mirza and, after examining the ferman of his father, he gave me leave to continue my journey, stipulating, however, that I should travel in company with the four Begs, which he was about to send with troops to Kabul."

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