Bayezid II

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Bayezid II

(ˌbaɪjəˈziːd)
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(Biography) ?1447–1512, sultan of Turkey; he greatly extended Turkish dominions in Greece and the Balkans
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He worked as an artist for the Medici in Florence, Corvinus in Hungary, and Pope Leo X; a civil engineer for Ludovico in Milan and Ottoman Sultan Beyazid II in Constantinople; a military architect in Venice; a cartographer for the family of Pope Alexander VI; an anatomist with Marcantonio della Torre in Pavia and Padua; and finally, as a military and civil engineer for Francis I of France, who captured Milan and took Leonardo back to France as a valuable trophy of war.
Aunque pertenecia a una rama islamista ortodoxa, el emperador Beyazid II, conocido como "El justo" (1481-1512) ordeno que la Armada otomana se dirigiera a la Peninsula Iberica en busca de los sefarditas expulsados.
In that incident, the Turkish sultan, Beyazid II, accepted Jews into the Ottoman Empire, the predecessor of modern Turkey, after they had been expelled from Spain.