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  Bayezid II - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Sultan Beyazid II Bayezid II (1447/48 – May 26, 1512) (Arabic: بايزيد الثاني) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1481 to 1512.
The son of Mehmed the Conqueror, Bayezid ascended the Ottoman throne in 1481.
Bayezid's overriding concern was the quarrel with his brother Cem, who claimed the throne and sought military backing from the Knights of St. John in Rhodes.
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 Principe de Sayd - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Cem was the younger brother of Sultan Bayezid.
When Mehmet the Conqueror had died, Bayezid was the governor of Sivas, Tokat and Amasya, Cem ruled the province of Karaman and Konya.
Bayezid rejected the proposal, of course, defending the continued unity of the Ottoman State.
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 BAYEZID II. - LoveToKnow Article on BAYEZID II.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
(1447-1512), sultan of Turkey, was the son of Mahommed II., whom he succeeded in 1481, but only after gaining over the janissaries by a large donative, which henceforth became for centuries the invariable prerogative of that undisciplined body on the accession of a new sultan.
The comparative inactivity of Bayezid in the dfrection of Europe was partly due to preoccupation elsewhere.
The forces destined to maintain his authority in Asia had been entrusted by Bayezid to his three sons, Ahmed, Corcud and Selim; and the sultans declining years were embittered by their revolts and rivalry.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /B/BA/BAYEZID_II_.htm   (650 words)

  
 Iznik: History: Bayezid II (1481-1512)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Jem was prevented from reaching Istanbul and Bayezid’s accession to throne was secured in May 1481; Jem then arrived in Bursa, proclaimed himself Sultan and started to mint coins in his own name.
Jem died in 1495, and Bayezid continued his pacific and tolerant approach until his death in 1512: he was praised as a just ruler and described as ‘the Law-Abiding’.
Bayezid won military prestige during his 1496-8 Moldavian expedition against the Poles for influence over Moldavia, and pursued an exhausting war with the Mamluks which was essentially a struggle for control over the Turcoman tribes inhabiting the frontier region between their two empires.
islamicceramics.ashmol.ox.ac.uk /Iznik/bayezid.htm   (545 words)

  
 c. 1481. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Bayezid ended some of his father's unpopular modes of raising revenue, restoring the private and vakif (endowed) property he had confiscated.
Following Bayezid's accession, his younger brother Jem declared himself sultan of Anatolia and assembled an army to defend his claim to the Asian provinces of the empire.
Completion of the Mosque of Bayezid II in Istanbul, the first Ottoman monument in which the influence of the basilica of Hagia Sophia was clearly evident.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - Eye of the Turk
Bayezid gives praise to Allah for this, as he proclaims that the Shiite Persia will not be able to interfere in his war on the Mameluks, though he admits he does not see how the confused Persians can send troops to such far away lands.
Bayezid is so confident of victory that he begins to speak of total conquest of all Mameluks territory within two more years of war.
Bayezid announces that he had been hesitant to commit cavalry in such disadvantageous terrain, but that Allah had revealed to him that the venture would be successful.
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 TÜRK NUMİSMATİK DERNEĞİ - YAYINLAR - BÜLTEN 2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
It was extremely important for sultan Bayezid II to strike akches in that mint (same as in the Bursa mint), in as much quantity as possible.
Konya was center of resistance against sultan Bayezid II almost to the end of 1482 AD, so by striking coins in that mint he declared throughout the empire establishment of his legal authority there.
Sultan Bayezid II did not permitted the change (of design) of akches, knowing that manipulation with coins is very efficient if it is done in the right moment.
www.turknumismatik.org.tr /turkce/yayinlar/bultenler/bulten03334/tekst_makale05_tr.html   (2754 words)

  
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The military expansions under Selim II fall at the end of the period to which this section of this volume is devoted.
It was the conquests of Mehmed II, Bayezid II, and Suleyman I that rounded out the lands that were to become the European "core" provinces of the Ottoman Empire.
Bayezid II, a man of basically peaceful nature, did little more than finish what Mehmed II had almost brought to a successful conclusion.
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 BAYEZID II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Sultan Bayezid was born in Dimetoka on 3
Bayezid was a brave, religious and a calm man. His father Sultan Mehmet II was an admirer of science and he put great emphasis on his son’s education.
Sultan Bayezid II was a very religious man and very fond of literature.
www.sevgi.k12.tr /~ottomanempire/ingosmanli/Sultans/ikinci_bayezid_biography.htm   (167 words)

  
 BAYEZID II
The statesmen were planing to dethrone Bayezid II and enthrone Ahmed.
In 1505, Istanbul Bayezid Mosque was completed, on 14th September 1509 Istanbul was destroyed by an earthquake and in 1510 the city was began to be restored.
Some monuments constructed in Bayezid II’s period are; Istanbul Davud Pasha Mosque, Hatuniyye Mosque in Tokat, Bayezid Medrese in Amasya, Bayezid Mosque in Edirne, Bayezid Medrese in Istanbul, Shehzade Mosque in Istanbul.
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 :..::. Museum Of Architecture ..:::.::
Founder: Sultan Bayezid II The complex, which occupies a site measuring 22.000 m² on the banks of Tunca river, comprises a mosque, imaret, hospital, medrese, kitchen and provision stores.
The Bayezid II darussifa was one of the most important health facilities of the period, with a head physician, second and third physicians, two eye specialists, two surgeons and a pharmacist.
The Bayezid II Coplex in Edirne, the [ Tomb of Mahmud II, and various undergraduate and post-grad...
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 Murad ottoman empire 1481-1566   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
Bayezid was installed on the throne by the Janissaries because of their military domination of the capital, while his more militant brother Cem fled to Anatolia, where he led a revolt initially supported by the Turkish notables.
Whereas Bayezid had been put on the throne by the Janissaries despite his pacific nature and carried out military activities with reluctance, Selim I (ruled 1512–20) shared their desire to return to Mehmed II's aggressive policy of conquest.
But Selim did not wish to be dependent on or controlled by those who had brought him to power, so he killed not only all his brothers but also all seven of their sons and four of his own five sons, leaving only the ablest, Süleyman, as the sole heir to the throne.
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 Ottoman Empire History Encyclopedia - Letter A | Learn Ottoman Turkish History | Pictures | Sound files | Voice ...
Afterwards, Timur paraded Bayezid around in a cage and subjected Despina to 'unspeakable' acts (e.g., serving meals in the nude to Timur, in the presence of her prisoner-husband Bayezid
Bayezid decided to link-up with the Serbs in order to cover his son's escape.
Bayezid II, took refuge in Rhodes, Aubusson proved treacherous.
www.practicalturkish.com /encyclopedia-a.html   (3920 words)

  
 News Story | Serbianna.com
Professor Frederick De Jong of the Chair of Islamic Languages and Culture at Utrecht University in the Netherlands said on Friday the 15th Century Damascene steel blade with gold-inlaid Arabic letters was a fine piece of craftsmanship.
Bayezid II, or the Just, consolidated Ottoman rule in the Balkans, Anatolia and the eastern Mediterranean and successfully opposed the Safavid dynasty of Persia.
The fact that the sword can be related to Bayezid II and the exquisite craftsmanship of its blade can make it an attractive piece for Islamic art collectors.
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 Republic of Turkey, Ministry of Culture - Sultan II. Bayezid Han   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
He moved the Greek population who lived here to Karaman and settled in their place the rebellious Karaman Turcomans, who were exiled from Anatolia on account of the trouble they caused.
Bayezid II constructed numerous public buildings and performed charitable deeds.
Bayezid II was not interested in such pomp and refrained from exceeding the income assigned to him.
www.kultur.gov.tr /portal/tarih_en.asp?belgeno=8804   (207 words)

  
 BAYEZID II - Online Information article about BAYEZID II
report that Bayezid succeeded in bribing the pope to have Jem poisoned.
comparative inactivity of Bayezid in the direction of Europe was partly due to preoccupation elsewhere.
April 1512 Bayezid was forced to abdicate in his favour, and died a few days later.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /BAR_BEC/BAYEZID_II.html   (809 words)

  
 Sultan Composers
Although we know that Bayezid II loved music and supported musical activities of the Ottoman court, it can not be definitively claimed that he was a composer.
Son of Bayezid II and the elder brother of Selim I. He was a poet, instrumentalist, composer and also a supporter of fine arts and sciences.
The Enderun was abolished by Mahmud II, who continued the reforms initiated by Selim III with the abolition of the Janissary Corps and the establishment of a Western type army known as the Asakir-i Mansure-i Muhammediye.
www.ottomansouvenir.com /Music/Albums/sultan_composers.htm   (4425 words)

  
 Bayezid II (from Ottoman Empire) --  Encyclopædia Britannica   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-20)
The peak of Ottoman power, 1481–1566 > Domination of southeastern Europe and the Middle East > Bayezid II The reign of Mehmed II's immediate successor, Bayezid II (1481–1512), was largely a period of rest.
Mohammad II (Mehmed the Conqueror) (1432–81), Ottoman sultan, born in Adrianople (now Edirne); during rule (1444–46 and 1451–81), captured Constantinople and thus completed the Ottoman destruction of the Byzantine Empire; fourth son of Murad II; restored and repopulated Constantinople after capture in 1453; reorganized Ottoman administration, codified laws, encouraged scholarship...
Covers different topics such as Süleyman the Magnificent, Selim II, Ottoman decline during the 17th and 18th centuries, European imperialism during the 19th century, and the Balkan crisis of the early 20th century.
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 T.U. Sultan II. Bayezid Complex, Health Museum/ history
The museum is situated at the hospital (Darüşşifa) section of the Sultan Bayezid II Complex.
This Complex was built by the 8 Ottaman Emperor Sultan Bayezid II who was the son of Fatih Sultan Mehmet.
Sultan Bayezid II laid its foundation before the Akkerman War in 1484 and it was opened to public in a period as short as four years.
www.trakya.edu.tr /kulliye_ing/history.html   (570 words)

  
 [Sehir Haritasi] Istanbul.com.tr
Thereafter Mehmed II was known as Fatih, or the Conqueror.
Immediately after the conquest Mehmed II had a fortress and palace built in the area which was to become known as Beyazıt west of Haghia Sophia.
Sultan Bayezid II (1481-1512), the son of Mehmed II, built a mosque complex in his name between 1500 and 1505.
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 Ottomans
BAYAZID II (1448-1512), Ottoman sultan of Turkey (1481-1512), son and successor of Muhammad II, the conqueror of Constantinople.
Son of Sultan Mehmed II; challenged accession of his brother, Bayezid II (1481); raised revolt of nobles in Anatolia but was defeated; in exile in Rhodes and Rome until death.
MURAD II (1404-51), sultan (1421-44 and 1446-51) of the Ottoman Empire, the son of Muhammad I (1389-1421).
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 Royalty.nu - Sultans of the Ottoman Empire - History of Turkey
His cousin Abdulmecid II was then given the title of caliph.
The Ottoman Centuries: The Rise and Fall of the Turkish Empire by Lord Kinross.
Jem Sultan was a son of Sultan Mehmet II.
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 Beyazid II - TheBestLinks.com - Bajazet II, Anatolia, Abdication, April 25, ...
Sultan Beyazid II Beyazid II (1447/48 – May 26, 1512) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1481 to 1512.
Like his father, Bayezid was a patron of western and eastern culture and unlike many other Sultans worked hard to ensure a smooth running of domestic poltics which earned him the epithet of "the Just".
Ahmed, the older of the two claiments had won a battle against the Karaman Turks and their Safavid allies in Asia Minor and now marched on Constantinople to exploit his triumph.
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 Salaam Knowledge
Son of Sultan Muhammad II, the conqueror of Constantinople.
Bayezid conquest of the Venetian stronghold, in Morca and on the Adriatic shore helped his programme of naval construction.
During the reign of Bayezid much of the revenue was spent on building of mosques, bridges, hospitals and colleges.
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 Mavi Boncuk: Cem Sultan in Italy
Bayezid rejected the proposal, of course, defending the continued unity of the Ottoman State, and received the support of Gedik Ahmet Pasa, who was in Anatolia at the time to recruit new troops for the Italian invasion and who was very popular among the Janissaries.
Cem's effort to depose Bayezid and regain the throne kept the sultan and his empire in apprehension until Cem's death 12 years later finally ended the threat.
Bayezid's last main opponent in Anatolia was neutralized when Kasim Bey surrendered and renounced all his claims to Karaman in return for an appointment as Ottoman governor of Içel, thus being absorbed into the Ottoman system in the same ways as many other Turkoman notables.
maviboncuk.blogspot.com /2004/11/cem-sultan-in-italy.html   (502 words)

  
 Muradiye Complex
The Complex of Murad II, known as Muradiye, was built following the completion of the Yesil Complex and consists of a mosque, medrese, soup kitchen (imaret), a Koran school for boys (sibyan mektebi), hamam and twelve mausoleums (türbe) belonging to the Ottoman family.
The mosque is based on a reverse T-plan with five-bay domed portico at entrance, leading, through a vestibule, to a central hall flanked by eyvans on the east and west and a larger eyvan with mihrab niche on the south.
The single hexagonal unit to the east of the Mausoleum of Murad II is known as Mustafa-yi Atik and houses six graves including the prince Ahmed (son of Bayezid I) and princes Abdullah and Alemsah (sons of Bayezid II).
www.bursahotels.net /bursa/content.php3?id=15&artid=60   (589 words)

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