In 1464 the Florentine geographer Francesco Berlinghieri dedicates a treatise on Ptolemy not a European prince but to the Ottoman sultan
The 36th and last Ottoman sultan
, Mehmet VI, was buried there in 1926, after dying in exile in Italy four years after he was dethroned.
It was produced during the reign of Ottoman sultan
Mehmed II in the Turkish town of Iznik, a major centre for ceramics in the late 15th century.
The Turkish republic was born on the fall of Ottoman Sultan
Mehmet VI Vahdettin by a new Republican Parliament in 1922.
She was both the grand-daughter, on her mother's side, of the last Ottoman Sultan
, Mehmed Vahideddin, who was exiled from Istanbul in 1922, and on her father's side, granddaughter of the last Muslim Caliph, Abdulmecid II.
The historical fact that no one denies was recorded 555 years ago, not far from Kiseljak, when the Ottoman Sultan
Mehmed II Fatih, after the conquest of BiH in 1463, issued the Ahdname to BiH Franciscans in the field of MilodraA3/4.
Born on February 4, 1921, Princess Neslishah Osmanoglu, the granddaughter of the last Ottoman sultan
, Vahideddin, and the last caliph, Abdulmecid Effendi, was the last Ottoman princess whose name was recorded in the register of the Ottoman dynasty before Ottoman rule was abolished on Nov.
These pledges came to be known as the Covenant of Umar, which established the standard of conduct vis-a-vis the non-Muslim population of Jerusalem for subsequent generations and specifically for the two Muslim rulers of Jerusalem: Sultan Salah al-Din Ayyubi (1187) and the Ottoman Sultan
But for a few decades during the sixteenth century, it seems, the most successful Ottoman sultan
of all had created a period of empire expansion and relative stability by disavowing the harem and choosing monogamy.
The Stones forming the columns of Al-Kaaba, which dates back to 65 AH, The Black Stone frame, which dated back to the reign of Ottoman Sultan
Murad Khan, and the Kaaba stairs, which is around 200 years old, are the most precious contents of the museum.
By: Egypt Today staff CAIRO - 3 July 2017: Ottoman sultan
AbdE-lmecid I went out of his way to help the Irish people during the Great Famine of 1845-1852.
In 1857 the sultan had appealed in vain to the Ottoman Sultan
'Abd al-Majid for military support against the threat of Dutch invasion, and he was to do so again to Sultan'Abdal-Hamid II in 1902 and 1903.