Bayezid II

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Bayezid II

(ˌbaɪjəˈziːd)
n
(Biography) ?1447–1512, sultan of Turkey; he greatly extended Turkish dominions in Greece and the Balkans
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These could be very fine pieces--as is this one made of copper alloy, inlaid with gold and silver from Ottoman Turkey, and made in 1486, probably for (based on a Persian inscription in verse on the back) Sultan Bayazid II (who ruled 1481-1512).
When Queen Isabella and King Ferdinand of Spain expelled the Jews in 1492, from 2,000 miles to the east, the Turkish Sultan Bayazid II welcomed them with open arms.
When the Jews were expelled from Andalusia in 1492, Sultan Bayazid II (1447-1513), opened the gates of his kingdom to the Jews persecuted by the inquisitions in Spain and other Catholic countries.