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  AllRefer.com - Beyazid II (Turkish And Ottoman History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Beyazid II 1447–1513, Ottoman sultan (1481–1512), son and successor of Muhammad II to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
Beyazid speedily rebuilt Constantinople after it was devastated (1509) by an earthquake.
In 1512, Beyazid was forced to abdicate by Selim's supporters, who included the Janissaries.
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 Beyazid II - Biocrawler
Sultan Beyazid II Beyazid II (1447/48 – May 26, 1512) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1481 to 1512.
The son of Mehmed II the Conqueror, Bayezid ascended the Ottoman throne in 1481.
Beyazid also sent out the Ottoman navy to Spain in 1492 to safely bring Jews, who were fleeing the Spanish Inquisition, to Ottoman lands.
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 The Ottomans and their dynasty - All About Turkey
A Hungarian - Polish army was decimated at Varna in 1444 by Murad II and Ottoman conquests were virtually unchecked during the reign of his son, Mehmed II the Conqueror (1432-1481).
Murad II attempted to limit the influence of the nobility and the gazi by elevating faithful former slaves and janissaries to administrative positions.
Murad II continued the expansionist policy of the Ottomans, capturing Salonika and embarking on a series of campaigns against Hungary.
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 Beyazid II - Encyclopedia.com
Beyazid II 1447-1513, Ottoman sultan (1481-1512), son and successor of Muhammad II to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
He warred (1485-91) with the Mamluks of Egypt, to whom he lost Cilicia, and allowed Cyprus to be seized (1489) by Venice.
Turkish Sultan Beyazid II in Ottoman Empire, before modern Turkey was born, had taken Jews into when they escaped Spain in 1492.
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 Travel Guide To Turkey, Guide de la Turquie, GUIDE MARTINE, Guide to Turkey, Guide de Turquie, Travel, Turkey, Voyage, ...
On May 29 1453, Mehmet II conquered Constantinople and pronounced that the city would be the last capital of the Ottoman Empire.
The relatively peaceful reign of Bayezit II (1481-1512) was marked by a few expeditions in the Aegean Sea against the Greek harbours still held by the Venetians (fall of Lepanto in 1499, Modon and Coron in 1500).
Tsar Alexander II's accession to the throne and the capture of Sevastopol by the allied troops led to peace negotations.
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 Bayezid II help - Wiki at Help.com   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Bayezid II (1447/48 – May 26, 1512) (Ottoman Turkish: بايزيد ثانى Bāyezīd-i sānī, Turkish:II.Bayezid or II.Beyazıt) was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1481 to 1512.
Bayezid II was born in Didymoteicho in Thrace.
Throughout his reign, Bayezid II engaged in numerous campaigns to conquer the Venetian-held despotate of Morea, accurately defining this region as the key to future Ottoman naval power in the Eastern Mediterranean.
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 Australian Information from Wikipedia
When Beyazid II was enthroned upon his father's death, he first had to fight his younger brother Cem, who took Inegöl and Bursa and proclaimed himself Sultan of Anatolia.
With the Selim II the Ottomans occupied after the battle of Cecora 1620 and the battle of Chocim 1673 against Poland Moldova and Podolia.
Murad IV was the Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1623 to 1640, known both for restoring the authority of the state and for the brutality of his methods.
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 Beyazid II: Free Encyclopedia Articles at Questia.com Online Library
Kafadar argues that Mehmed II made use of recoinage and debasement...in 1826 during the reign of Mahmud II.
She describes how both Michelangelo and Leonardo were courted by the ruling sultan Beyazid II and points out the similarities between the Hagia Sophia and Bramantes centralised design for St Peters with hemispherical...
BEYAZID I bayazid, 1347 1403, Ottoman sultan (1389 1402), son and successor of Murad I. He besieged Byzantine Emperor Manuel II at Constantinople, then overcame the Turkish rulers in E...conqueror Timur, and the two armies met at Ankara in 1402.
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 Hotels in Turkey | Hotels in Istanbul | Blue Voyage Yachting and Cabin Charters | Byzantine Works 
The Forum Constantinus in Çemberlitas, the city’s second hill, is surrounded by two-storeyed porticos and in its center is the 57 m high, 9 piece column with the Apollo statue that Constantinus had brought from the Apollo Temple in 328.
During a revolt against Emperor Arcadius in 404 this church was burned down and was rebuilt by Theodosius II in 415.
The new church also was destroyed by a fire that accompanied the Nika revolt in 532 and the present church was built in its place during the Justinianus Period in 537.
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 Babel | Beyazid II
Beyazid paid the Knights of St. John 45,000 gold pieces to hold Jem as a captive.
Beyazid II died in 1513; he was deposed a month before his death.
P.P.S. The daughters of Beyazid II were Aynisah, Gevher, Muluk, Hatice, Selcuk, and Huma.
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 Istanbul. The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition. 2001-05
The city was destroyed (1509) by an earthquake and was rebuilt by Sultan Beyazid II.
and from that period date most of its magnificent mosques, notably those of Beyazid II, Sulayman I, and Ahmed I. They all reflect the influence of the Hagia Sophia—yet are distinctly Turkish—and give the skyline of Istanbul its unique character, a succession of perfectly proportioned domes punctuated by minarets.
The Seraglio, begun by Muhammad II in 1462, consists of many buildings and kiosks, grouped into three courts, the last of which contained the treasury, the harem, and the private apartments of the ruler.
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 Beyazid II — FactMonster.com
Beyazid II Beyazid II, 1447–1513, Ottoman sultan (1481–1512), son and successor of Muhammad II to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
In 1512, Beyazid was forced to abdicate by Selim's supporters, who included the
Muhammad II, Ottoman sultan - Muhammad II Muhammad II or Mehmet II(Muhammad the Conqueror), 1429–81, Ottoman sultan...
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 Istanbul Tourist Guide: History of Istanbul
In a treatise entitled 'Notitia urbis Constantinopolitinai', considered to have been written in the reign of Theodosius II, the fourteen divisions of the city and the important buildings in each of these divisions were stated; the names of private palaces and the number of buildings are given as well.
Istanbul remained within the boundaries of the city walls built by Theodosius II in the 5th century throughout the whole of the Byzantine period and indeed until towards the end of the Ottoman period.
Towards the end of the 15th century, in the reign of Bayezid II, Istanbul was visited by a German named Arnold von Harff, who stated that is was "a great and magnificent city", and went on to remark that the system of administration in the city was an extremely vigilant one.
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 OTTOMANS and their Dynasty
A Hungarian - Polish army was decimated at Varna in 1444 by Murad II (c.1403-1451) and Ottoman conquests were virtually unchecked during the reign of his son, Mehmed II the Conqueror (1432-1481).
Murad II attempted to limit the influence of the nobility and the gazi by elevating faithful former slaves and janissaries to administrative positions.
Murad II continued the expansionist policy of the Ottomans, capturing Salonika and embarking on a series of campaigns against Hungary.
www.angelfire.com /space2/writing.com.my/ottoman.htm   (1697 words)

  
 THE TURKS IN THE HISTORY
Both he and his son Murad II (1421-51) were constantly engaged in warfare, partly against Venetians and Hungarians, but just as much against those local rulers and tribal elements who hated the curbs that a centralized state with a strong ruler would put on them.
The millets, from the time of Mehmed II on, were headed by clergymen whom the sultans confirmed as civil heads of their communities: the Greek Orthodox and Armenian millets under their respective patriarchs in Istanbul, the Jewish millet under the grand rabbi of the same city.
Osman II (1618-22), who had been only a few months in the kafes before accession, harbored thoughts of reform but was soon assassinated by the suspicious Janissaries, whom he had wanted to replace with new levies of more effective and more loyal forces.
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 Education World® - *History : By Region : Middle East : Turkey : Ottoman Empire : Famous People   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Beyazid II - Infoplease.com Features a short profile of the Ottoman sultan's reign between the years 1481 and 1512 AD.
Murad II - Infoplease.com Describes the 16th century reign of the Ottoman sultan whose rule marked the beginning of the decline of the empire.
Murad II - MSN Encarta Describes the reign of the Ottoman sultan of the 15th century noted for several victories in Anatolia and Eastern Europe.
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 Islamic History: The Ottoman Empire - ReligionFacts
Beyazid I succeeded to the sultanship upon the assassination of his father Murad.
Beyazid was captured and his remaining sons, Suleiman Çelebi, İsa Çelebi, Mehmed Çelebi, and Mûsa fought each other in what became known as the Ottoman Interregnum.
But by conquering and annexing the emirate of Karamanid (May-June, 1451) and by renewing the peace treaties with Venice (September 10) and Hungary (November 20) he proved his skills both on the military and the political front and was soon accepted by the noble class of the Ottoman court.
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 Sultan Composers
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.
From Dursun Bey's history of the time we also learn that in the ceremonies held on the occasion of Beyazid II's accession to the throne after the Mehmet II period, one of great vitality in both science and art, cushions were spread out on the floor and music performed on the, çeng and barbut.
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.
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 History of the Ottoman Empire, an Islamic Nation   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Murad II suppressed Balkan resistance and eliminated all but two of the Turkish principalities in Asia Minor.
The task of finishing the Balkan conquests and seizing all of Asia Minor fell to Murad II's successor, Mohammed II (ruled 1451-81).
Beyazid extended the empire in Europe, added outposts along the Black Sea, and put down revolts in Asia Minor.
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 Guide of Turkey   (Site not responding. Last check: )
He is credited with being the architect who built and designed Istanbul's first selatin mosque the Fatih Mosque and its complex in 1471 for the sultan Mehmed II, over the ruins of the The Church of the Holy Apostle.
Historic sources report that Atik Sinan who was a Christian Greek[1] architect, failed to make the dome of the mosque bigger and higher than Hagia Sofia which disappointed and angered Mehmed II so he had the hand of the architect amputated.
Bayazid II Mosque was commissioned by Bayazid II, the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1481 to 1512, and it is located in the Bayazid Square.
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 info: Beyazid_II   (Site not responding. Last check: )
Osman I - Orhan I - Murad I - Bayezid I - Mehmed I - Murad II - Mehmed II
Chief Rabbis of the Ottoman Empire and Republic of TurkeySultan Beyazid II-Yavuz Sultan Selim-Kanuni Sultan Suleyman: Mordehay Komitano
1359-1389) Beyazid I. (1389-1402) Mehmed I. (1403-1421) Murad II.
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 Beyazid II - Research the news about Beyazid II - from HighBeam Research
Beyazid II - Research the news about Beyazid II - from HighBeam Research
Did you mean: yazid Ii or yazdi Ii or Beyard Ii or yazidi Ii?
Sadik and some other sheikhs, fought and conquered Beyazid on behalf of Ottoman concerns.
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 Gulet Carpe Diem II Chartering Turkey And Greece In Well Appointed Comfort
Ransomed for far too little by Prince Korkut, son of Ottoman Sultan Beyazid II, Aruj went on to become a scourge of the Latin Aegean, his victims Venetians and Genovese and, occasionally, Knights Hospitaller.
Well, it is eleven nautical miles NE of Kos Town on the north shore of the Ceramic Gulf.
Carpe Diem II, a superb crewed gulet chartering Greece and Turkey in exquisite comfort.
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 Beyazid II — Infoplease.com
In 1510 civil war broke out between Beyazid's sons
Muhammad II, Ottoman sultan - Muhammad II Muhammad II or Mehmet II(Muhammad the Conqueror), 1429–81, Ottoman sultan...
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 Ottoman
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.
He invited many famous poets to the palace.
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 The Governorship Of Amasya
His birth date is not accurately known, but it is supposed to be between 1426-1429 by the historians.
Writing in his hands became so beautiful that few calligraphers were able to catch up with his art although they tried hard to imitate him.
Beyazid got interested in him when he was a shahzadah and Amasya Governer.
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 Osmanlı Tarihi Kültürü Medeniyeti Edebiyatı Sanatı
Also notable among the Osmanlis are the pretender Cem and the numerous wives of the sultans (for example Roxelana), though they were not really considered as being a part of the Imperial House.
When Mehmed II took over Constantinople on May 29, 1453, he took the title Emperor of the Roman Empire and protector of Orthodox Christianity.
He let himself be crowned Emperor by the Patriarch of Constantinople Gennadius Scholarius, whom he protected and whose stature he elevated into leader of all the Eastern Orthodox Christians.
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