Synonyms for ottoman_sultan_murad or Related words with ottoman_sultan_murad

sultan_mehmet              ottoman_sultan_mehmed              sultan_mehmed              sultan_murad              sultan_bayezid              ottoman_sultan_bayezid              ottoman_sultan_mahmud              ottoman_sultan_selim              sultan_selim              emperor_romanos              ottoman_sultan_abdülhamid              caliph_marwan              emperor_alexios              byzantine_emperor_romanos              kilij_arslan              seljuk_sultan_kilij_arslan              khedive_abbas              sultan_abdul_hamid              byzantine_emperor_constans              emperor_nikephoros              kaykaus              kiurike              roman_emperor_constantius              kaykhusraw              emir_abd_ar_rahman              caliph_al_hakam              abdulhamit              tsar_ivan_asen              bayezid              ivan_asen              keyhüsrev              mughal_emperor_alamgir              umayyad_caliph_marwan              süleymanshah              sultan_beyazid              patriarch_mesrob              byzantine_emperor_theodosius              beyazid              bulgarian_tsar_boris              papa_eftim              mehmed              pope_callistus              pope_calixtus              caliph_abd_ar_rahman              byzantine_emperor_andronikos              emperor_andronikos              pope_callixtus              emperor_menelek              sultan_kaykhusraw              egyptian_pharaoh_ramesses             

Examples of "ottoman_sultan_murad"
The "Rahat al-sudur" was translated into Turkish during the reign of Ottoman Sultan Murad II.
In 1369, the city was conquered by the Ottoman sultan Murad I. He renamed it "Edirne".
Even so, the Turks managed to conquest the inland town of Fes in 1579 under Ottoman Sultan Murad III. Fes, capital of the Fes Sultanate to which Melilla had been attached till the Spanish conquest of 1497 was finally conquered it in 1579 under Ottoman Sultan Murad III.
It has been theorized that Miloš Obilić, the legendary assassin of the Ottoman sultan Murad I during the Battle of Kosovo (1389), originated from this family.
Hatice Sultan (5 May 1870 – 13 March 1938) was the daughter of Ottoman Sultan Murad V (1840–1904) and his third wife the Natukhai, Şayan Kadın.
Gülbahar Sultan (1634–1652) was an Ottoman princess. She was the daughter of the Ottoman sultan Murad IV. She was poisoned.
Another legend revolves about the story of boyar Valkashin or Vukasin, father of the legendary Krali Marko, who was killed near this spring fighting the Ottoman sultan Murad.
The tomb of Salman the Persian was restored during the reign of the Ottoman Sultan Murad IV (r. 1623-40) and was further restored in 1904-1905.
Gülçiçek Hatun (; , "Gülçiçek" meaning Rose blossom) was the first wife of Ottoman Sultan Murad I and Valide Hatun to their son Bayezid I.
Abd al-Malek recognized the Ottoman sultan Murad III as Caliph, and reorganized his army along Ottoman lines and adopted Ottoman customs, but negotiated for the Ottoman troops to leave his country, in exchange for a large payment in gold.
Named after Ottoman Sultan Murad II, the flag of the Sultan Murad Division quotes the Shahada to express a political commitment to political Islam (Islamism), while the red field symbolizes Turkish nationalism, fusioning in their core ideology of Neo-Ottomanism.
The second major work of Abd al-Qadir is the Persian book Maqasid al-Alhan (Arabic for: Purports of Music)(). It was dedicated to the Ottoman Sultan Murad II.
The building was damaged in 1402 by fire and lighting. In 1422, Emperor Manuel II Palaiologos (r. 1391–1425) lived in this monastery during an epidemic and the siege of the city by the Ottoman Sultan Murad II.
The Tomb of Sultan Murad (also known as Meşhed-i Hüdâvendigâr) is a mausoleum ("türbe") dedicated to the Ottoman Sultan Murad I located in Kosovo, in the Prishtina District. It was mentioned by Evliya Çelebi in 1660.
The Ottoman Sultan Murad III had two large alabaster urns transported from the ruins of Pergamon and placed on two sides of the nave in the Hagia Sophia in Istanbul.
The legends that comprise "Danishmendnâme" were compiled from Turkish oral tradition for the first time by order of the Seljuk Sultan Kayqubad I, a century after Danishmend's death. The final form that reached our day is a compendium that was put together under the instructions of the early 15th century Ottoman sultan Murad II.
Fehime Sultan was born as the daughter of Ottoman Sultan Murad V (1840–1904) and his fourth wife the Circassian, Meyliservet Kadın Efendi. Receiving her education in the palace, like her father, Fehime was interested in the arts. Amongst circles her nickname was Kelebek Sultan (Butterfly Princess), because of her outlandish art and expensive clothing styles.
It was the site of the historically notable 1386 Battle of Pločnik. Ottoman Sultan Murad I led a sizable Turkish Army in an invasion of Serbia. Serbian Prince Lazar Hrebeljanović led the Serbian Army to intercept him. The Ottoman army suffered a defeat. However, though beaten, the Turkish forces were still strong enough to conquer Niš from the Prince on their return.
The Ottoman Sultan, Murad II, summoned Vlad Dracul to Edirne to do homage to him in March 1442. Before leaving Wallachia, Vlad Dracul appointed Mircea to rule Wallachia during his absence. The sultan accused Vlad Dracul of treachery and ordered his imprisonment. He also sent a troop of 12,000 strong to invade Wallachia.
Abd al-Malek recognized the Ottoman sultan Murad III as his Caliph, and reorganized his army on Ottoman lines and adopted Ottoman customs, but negotiated for the Ottoman troops to leave his country, in exchange for a large payment in gold.