Ottoman dynasty


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Noun1.Ottoman dynasty - the Turkish dynasty that ruled the Ottoman Empire from the 13th century to its dissolution after World War I
dynasty - a sequence of powerful leaders in the same family
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According to the most acknowledged theory, he was the grandfather of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman dynasty.
Erdogan also denied reports that ISIS militants were on the verge of attacking the tomb of Suleiman Shah -- the grandfather of the founder of the Ottoman dynasty Osman I -- which is located inside Syria.
In addition to public communications, Czarist Empire and Ottoman dynasty established many contacts between the parties which were often defined as hostile relations.
This state is the result of military (often marauding) campaigns of some Turkish tribes, who in search for booties found foothold in Anatolia and eventually in amalgamation with more sedentary people of East Aegean founded the Ottoman dynasty.
The original manuscripts of journals that were printed in 1860 and maps from the private collection of Prince Youssef Kamal, a descendant of Mohamed Ali of the Ottoman dynasty, were also destroyed in the fire.
A funeral ceremony was being held Tuesday for the princess, who was the oldest member of the Ottoman dynasty.
These include the original manuscripts of journals that were printed in 1860s as well as maps from the private collection of Prince Youssef Kamal, a descendant of Mohamed Ali of the Ottoman dynasty.
The House of Osman, or Ottoman Dynasty, shaped the city on the Bosphorus into the first headquarters for what would become the luxury-goods industry.
These chapters emphasize the earnest efforts of the sultan and his advisers, especially Vani Mehmed Efendi, to restore the current and future image of the Ottoman dynasty as a lineage of Muslim warriors (ghazis) bent on facilitating the conversion of non-Muslims to the true faith.
The Ottoman dynasty had first been seen in public for a 2006 documentary film made by state-run broadcaster TRT.
The first stop in Greece will be Kavala, birthplace of the 19th century pasha, Mohammed Ali, of an Ottoman dynasty of illustrious rulers.
We suggest firstly here that sedentary palace lifestyle exacerbated metabolic syndrome in Ottoman dynasty especially in elderly members, thereafter complicated by cardiovascular events, even in pre-modern era.