Who is Salim Pasha?
#19562. Asked by rulzer. (Jun 02 02 4:17 PM)
Pasha , highest honorary title in official usage in the Ottoman Empire and |
with slight variation in the states formed from its territories, where it is
sometimes still employed (although Turkey formally abolished it in 1934 and
Egypt in 1953). The designation, which is a personal rather than a
hereditary distinction, was given under the Ottoman rulers to individuals of
both civilian and military status, notably ministers, provincial governors, and
I know this isn't much help but the surname Salim is very common through out
history and Pasha being an honorary title without more information it kinda
like looking for for a needle in a hay stack.
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