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Selim II Selim II (May 28, 1524 –; December 12, 1574) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1566 until his death.
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Holy Roman Emperor Maximilian II Maximilian II of the Habsburg dynasty was born in 1527 at Vienna and died in 1576 in Regensburg.
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 Station Information - Selim II
Selim II Selim II (1524 - December 12, 1574), the sultan of the Ottoman Empire, was a son of Suleiman I and his favourite Roxelana, and succeeded his father in 1566 and ruled till his death.
Fortunately for the country, an able grand vizier, Mahommed Sokolli, was at the head of affairs, and two years after Selim's accession succeeded in concluding at Constantinople an honourable treaty with the emperor Maximilian II, whereby the emperor agreed to pay to Turkey an annual "present" of 30,000 ducats (February 17, 1568).
Little can be said of this degenerate son of Suleiman, who during the eight years of his reign never girded on the sword of Osman, and preferred the clashing of wine-goblets to the shock of arms, save that with the dissolute tastes of his mother, Hurrem (Aleksandra Lisowska), he had not inherited her ferocity.
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 Selim I
Selim I (1465 – September 22, 1520; also known as "the Grim", nicknamed Yavuz, 'the Brave' in Turkish) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1512 to 1520.
The campaign which followed was a triumph for Selim, whose firmness and courage overcame the pusillanimity and insubordination of the Janissaries, the household troops of the Ottoman dynasty.
After Selim became master of the holy cities of Islam and captured Egypt along with the person of Al-Mutawakkil III, the last Caliph of the Abbasid dynasty who resided there, Selim induced him to formally surrender the title of caliph as well as its outward emblems, the sword and the mantle of the prophet.
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 EDWIN ROBERT ANDERSON SELIGMAN - LoveToKnow Article on EDWIN ROBERT ANDERSON SELIGMAN   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Selim determined on war with Persia, where the heresy was the prevalent religion, and in order that the Shi'ites in Turkey should give no trouble during the war " measures were taken," as the Turkish historian states, which may be explained as the reader desires, and which proved fully efficacious.
The campaign which followed was a triumph for Selim, whose firmness and courage overcame the pusillanimity and insubordination of the Janissaries.
Selim profited by the respite to abolish the military tenure of fiefs; he introduced salutary reforms into the administration, especially in the fiscal department, sought by well-considered plans to extend the spread of education, and engaged foreign officers as instructors, by whom a small corps of new troops called nizam-i-jedid were collected and drilled.
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 Sultan Selim II - All About Turkey
Sultan Selim II In the decline of the Ottoman Empire, Selim II (1566-1574) was the son of Süleyman I.
Addicted to sexual and alcoholic pleasures, passing most of his time in the harem, Selim, known in the history as "Selim the Drunk", retired almost completely from the decision- making and administrative apparatus of the Ottoman state.
Selim II reigned for only eight years, but he set the precedent for Ottoman rule for the next two centuries and the great Empire, the great Caliphate that stood as a lion before the advancing mercantile and military expansion against Europe, slowly crumbled under European pressure.
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 Selim, I Biography / Biography of Selim, I Biography Biography
Selim is called "Yavuz" ("the Grim"), connoting both respect and fear.
When the new Egyptian sultan executed Selim's ambassadors, who were bearing offers of peace in exchange for acceptance of Turkish sovereignty, the Ottomans moved on Cairo, which fell in January 1517.
Tradition has it that one consequence of this campaign was the official surrendering to the Ottomans of the paraphernalia of the Caliph (the Prophet's standard, mantle, and sword) by the last "Abbasid" caliph, al-Mutawwakil, captured from the Egyptians at Aleppo.
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 T.C. Kultur Bakanligi / Ministry of Culture, Republic of Turkey
Sultan Selim II is known as a ruler “addicted to drink and weak in respect to knowledge and value.” This sultan that didn’t participa in any campaign during his reign of 8 years and was named “Yellow” and “Drunk”.
The construction was built by Sultan of the Sultans, “Selim Shah” (Selim II.) according to the inscription in Arabic on the western entrance of the courtyard.
According to Selim II died 16 Receb 982/ (lst November 1574) and the first divine service of Friday’s was performed in Selimiye, in 12 Şaban 982 (27 November 1574).
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The rank was given to Selim I in 1517 by the Sherif of Mecca.
Although Selim took the Caliphate in 1517 and his successors continued to carry the rank, it is thought that the last Abbasid Chaliph took the power until his dead.
He abandoned his rank and gave to Selim I. This rank transfer was a symbolic one, although Selim was not coming from the Kureysh Clan, he was declared as the Caliph of the Islamic world.
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 Selim II
Selim II Selim II (Selim the Drunkard), c.1524–1574, Ottoman sultan (1566–74), son and successor of
Murad III - Murad III, 1546–95, Ottoman sultan (1574–95), son and successor of Selim II.
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 Selim II   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Selim II Selim II Selim II (May 28, 1524 - December 12, 1574) was the sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1566 until his death.
Fortunately for the empire, an able grand vizier, Mehmed Sokollu, was at the head of affairs, and two years after Selim's accessionsucceeded in concluding at Constantinople an honourable treaty with the emperor Maximilian II, wherebythe emperor agreed to pay an annual "present" of 30,000 ducats (February 17, 1568).
Against Russia he was less fortunate, and the first encounter between the OttomanEmpire and her future northern rival gave presage of disaster to come.
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 Selim III
Selim III, 1761–1808, Ottoman sultan (1789–1807), nephew and successor of Abd al-Hamid I to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey).
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(Selim the Drunkard), c.1524-1574, Ottoman sultan (1566-74), son and successor of Sulayman I.
Although the Turks conquered Cyprus from Venice and recovered Tunis from Spain, the Ottoman Empire received its first severe setback by Christians during Selim's reign in the naval defeat at Lepanto in 1571.
West meets East: narrative construction of the foreigner and postmodern orientalism in Sten Nadolny's 'Selim oder Die Gabe der Rede.' (novel)
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 AllRefer.com - Sulayman I (Turkish And Ottoman History, Biography) - Encyclopedia
Sulayman I[sOOlAmAn´, sUlI–] Pronunciation Key or Sulayman the Magnificent, 1494–1566, Ottoman sultan (1520–66), son and successor of Selim I.
He is known as Sulayman II when considered as a successor of King Solomon of the Bible and Qur'an.
John's death in 1540 and the accession of John II were pretexts for the outright annexation of Hungary (except for Transylvania and the section held by Ferdinand) to the Ottoman Empire.
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Selim I was a tall and a strong man. He was a very brave soldier and naturally tough.
During the sultanate of his father Bayezid II, Selim was appointed as the Governor of Trabizon (The Black Sea Region of Anatolia).
This will was kept by Selim’s successors, as none of the Sultans came after him, could have been filled the treasury as much as he did, his seal was used to lock the treasury for centuries.
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 tarih2-2
When Mehmed II was only twelve years old, he was called upon to become sultan.
His father, Murad II was fearful that unless he abdicated in favor of his son, a civil war concerning succession might break out upon his death.
Beyezid II’s rise to power was largely due to the wrangling of Gedik Ahmed, the powerful leader of the Janissaries, and his father-in-law, Ishak Pasha.
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When Selim II died, his body was buried at St. Sophia in a monument-tomb built by Mimar Sinan in 1577.
He was found incompetent after a short while and replaced with the 14 year old Osman II named Genç (Young) Osman because of his young age but he was killed in a revolt of “Janissaries”; and “cavalry soldiers” and Mustafa I was throned again in 1622.
When Mahmud II died in 1839 he was succeeded by his 16 year-old son Abdülmecit I, who had a tomb built for his father in Divanyolu where he was buried.
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 Murad_III   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
He was the eldest son of Selim II, and succeeded his father.
His accession marks the definite beginning of the decline of the Ottoman power, which had only been maintained under Selim II by the genius of the all-powerful grand vizier Mehmed Sokollu.
She had been captured by Turkish brigands during the 1537 war and sent to the seraglio of Selim II, where she was known as Sultana Nur-Banu.
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 The Islamic World to 1600: The Rise of the Great Islamic Empires (Ottomans: Relations with the Islamic World)
Mehmed's son and successor, Bayazid II, shifted the Empire's military focus from Christian Europe to the fellow Islamic empires in Egypt and Persia, thus eroding much of the gazi warrior foundations of waging war only on non-Muslims, on which the Ottoman Empire was built.
Selim embarked on a fierce campaign against the Safavids, and he soon extended his animosity to the Mamluks as well.
Selim felt he needed to wage war with the Safavids not only because of their religious differences, but also because of the constant military threat of having an expansionist state on the Ottoman Empire's eastern frontier.
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 selim iii
Selim III (1762-1808), sultan of the Ottoman empire, was a son of Mustafa III and succeeded his uncle Abd-ul-Hamid I in 1789 and ruled till 1807.
Serbia, Egypt and the principalities were successively the scene of hostilities in which Turkey gained no successes, and in 1807 a British fleet appeared at Constantinople, strange to say to insist on Turkey's yielding to Russia's demands besides dismissing the ambassador of Napoleon I.
Selim was, however, thoroughly under the influence of this ambassador, Sebastiani, and the fleet was compelled to retire without effecting its purpose.
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 Joseph Nasi - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Joseph Nasi (also known as João Miquez) was influential in the Ottoman court of both Sultan Suleiman I and his son Selim II.
After the death of Selim, he lost influence in the Ottoman court, but until he died in 1579, he was allowed to keep his titles and pension.
Nasi was born in Portugal in 1524 as a Marrano.
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 selim2   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
Selim II Selim II was able to become sultan only because his father, Suleyman I, had killed his more capbale brothers Mustafa and Beyezid.
Selim had few positive attributes, other than the fact that he, like his father, was an accomplished poet.
That same year, Selim II decided, against Sokollu’s advice, he broke the peace with Venice and invaded Cyprus.
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 Selim II. - Wikipedia
Dezember 1574 in Konstantinopel) war 1566 bis 1574 Sultan des Osmanischen Reiches.
Selim war ein Sohn von Süleyman I. und dessen Favoritin Roxelana und folgte seinem Vater auf dem Thron.
Die Politik wurde von dem fähigen Großwesir Mehmed Sokolli geführt, dem es zwei Jahre nach Selims Thronbesteigung gelang, in Konstantinopel einen ehrenhaften Friedensvertrag mit Maximilian II.
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 The Ottomans: Selim   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
In the decline of the Ottoman Empire, that "someone" is Selim II (1566-1574), the son of Suleiyman I. It's clear that Selim was the first disinterested Sultan among the Ottomans.
Addicted to sexual and alcholic pleasures, Selim, known in Islamic history as "Selim the Drunkard," retired almost completely from the decision-making and administrative apparatus of the Ottoman state.
In addition, however, Suleiyman abandoned with his son Selim a tradition among the Ottoman Sultans: raising his child to become Sultan.
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 Osmanli - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
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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 AUB - Ottoman Sultans   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-21)
07 - Ghazi Sultan Muhammed Khan II (1440-1481)
09 - Ghazi Sultan Selim Khan I (1512-1520)
11 - Ghazi Sultan Selim Khan II (1566-1574)
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 Northern Cyprus Hotel Historical Origins
Conquest of the Limassol Castle by the Ottomans
Therefore, the Sultan Selim II decided to intervene and put an end to this state of affairs, as well as to consolidate the Ottoman control of the East in general.
Consequently, after he informed Sultan Selim II of the island's condition, a firman (decree) was issued to the Kadis (chief judges) of Karaman, Íchel, Bozok (Yozgat), Alaiyye (Alanya), Teke (Antalya), and Aydin calling for a population transfer.
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