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Ahmed II,

1642–95, Ottoman sultan (1691–95), brother and successor of Sulayman II to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey). Soon after his reign began, the Turkish defeat at Slankamen, Serbia (1691), heralded the start of the conquest of Hungary by Austria. His nephew, Mustafa II, succeeded him.
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