Ottoman dynasty

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the Turkish dynasty that ruled the Ottoman Empire from the 13th century to its dissolution after World War I

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In 1514, the Ottoman Sultan, Selim I, crushed the armies of Shah Ismail at the Battle of Caldiran in eastern Anatolia.
Her analysis shows that Ottoman sultans "were not at liberty to endorse Sufi practices according to whim" (p.
The script is based on the life of Ottoman Sultan SE-leyman the Magnificent, the longest reigning Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, and the slave girl Harem Al Sultan, who became his wife.
The first Ottoman sultan to use the title was Salim I.
The contest is named after Hurrem Sultan who was the favorite consort and later the legal wife of Ottoman Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent.
It includes the construction of a replica of the barracks -- known as the Topcu Kislasi in Turkish -- which was built in the early 19th century during the reign of Ottoman Sultan Selim III but demolished in 1940.
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), whose peaceful reign in 15th-century Transylvania is threatened when an Ottoman sultan (Dominic Cooper) demands the handover of 1,000 boys, to join his army.
The future bloodsucker here is Prince Vlad III Tepes (Luke Evans), a loving husband and father whose peaceful reign in 15th-century Transylvania is threatened when an Ottoman sultan (Dominic Cooper) demands the handover of 1,000 boys, including Vlad's son, to join his army.
Islamic State, an armed group formerly allied to al Qaeda that has captured swathes of territory across Iraq, last month declared its leader, Ibrahim al-Baghdadi, "caliph" - the historical title last held by the Turkish Ottoman sultan who ruled much of the Muslim world.
An exquisite small building built by the Ottoman Sultan Mustafa III in 1760 is the subject of this fascinating, accessible, and heavily illustrated history.
Facsimiles of the first copy of the Holy Quran in Islam, the original of which was presented to Ottoman Sultan Mehmet II in 1811 AD by Ottoman Governor of Egypt Mehmet Ali and of the largest Ottoman Quran commissioned by the Ottoman Sultan Subyman the Magnificent in 16th century; models of centuries-old mosques, hospitals and universities in Edirne and Istanbul (both in Turkey), Iran, Iraq and Saudi Arabia; Islamic arts; calligraphies; and other Islamic artifacts from across the world fill the museum.
Turkish students, with one at front left wearing clothes of an Ottoman sultan, as they stage a protest outside the French Embassy in Ankara, Turkey, Friday, Dec.
Bagis later visited a historical monastery in Fojnica where Ottoman Sultan Fatih the Conqueror handed a "Ahdname," or an oath firman to grant Franciscans independence and provide protection after the conquest of Bosnia in May, 1463.
The friendship between the last effective Ottoman Sultan and the last Kaiser appeared to be genuine.
Although it provides coverage from 1300 to 1923 generally, the main focus is the rise and political apogee of each empire under its emblematic greatest leader--the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I, the Safavid Shah Abbas I, and Mughal Emperor Akbar the Great.