Bajazet

Bajazet:

For Ottoman sultans and princes thus named, use Beyazid.

Bajazet

fierce, reckless, indomitable Sultan of Turkey; Tamerlane’s captive. [Br. Lit.: Tamerlane, Walsh Modern, 39]
See: Bravery
References in classic literature ?
I have often heard George Mac Turk, Lord Bajazet's eldest son, say that if he had his will when he came to the title, he would do what the sultans do, and clear the estate by chopping off all his younger brothers' heads at once; and so the case is, more or less, with them all.
And many like examples there are; but few or none, where the fathers had good by such distrust; except it were, where the sons were up in open arms against them; as was Selymus the First against Bajazet; and the three sons of Henry the Second, King of England.
"What," cried Athos, "are you selling my horse--my Bajazet? And pray upon what shall I make my campaign; upon Grimaud?"
140, a mock-proposal in which D'Anvers pointed out that while such characters as Richard III, Macbeth, or Bajazet had long been represented on the stage, "without being interpreted into libellous Parallels," times had changed.
"In this eventful moment, the lance of an Arab might have changed the history of the world." The Ottoman Bajazet I's fantasy of feeding oats to his horse on the altar of the basilica of St.
Some of the reworking was for practical reasons, such as the arrival of the tenor Francesco Borosini from Vienna to sing the role of the hero, Bajazet. Handel also tightened things up and composed new versions of important scenes, improving flow, characterization and emotional impact.
D'un cote le "convenu" ou les "conventions," la "maniere," le "theatral," la "froideur": tout ce qui releve de l'"esprit" ou de l'"intelligence"; de l'autre, la "naivete" ou le "naif," la "sincerite," la "sensibilite," le "naturel," et la "simplicite" qui est garante du Beau ("il n'y a de beau que ce qui est simple," ecrit-il dans le Salon [962-63]): tout ce qui "sort du coeur" (Reprise de Bajazet au Theatre Francais 906), de Pame," et qui doit au contraire guider cette main: "Le coeur, quand il est sain, guerit toujours de l'intelligence," affirme-t-il encore (963) et plus loin, dans une formule qui pourrait etre de Valery: "On n'arrive jamais A la simplicite par la reflexion" (970).
This is the goddess who has made and broken the German and French Emperors of the Holy Roman Empire--Henry V [sic--IV], Frederick Barbarossa, Lewis the Meek--and Bajazet, the Ottoman Sultan.
Just before their final production of Selman Ada's "AE-k-y Memnu" (Forbidden Love) on the 19th at the BahE*eE-ehir Cultural Center, the opera festival presented the Turkish premiere of a previously unknown Baroque opera, Antonio Vivaldi's "Bajazet," on July 16 and 18 at the KadykE[micro]y SE-reyya Opera House by members of the ystanbul State Opera.
"Irene" - A performance of the aria "Sposa Son Disprezzata" (I am a wife and I am scored) from Antonio Vivaldi's "Bajazet." Seven minutes.
Another early modern manuscript in the Arbury archive that physically joins the theatrical and the political is A415, which contains a copy of Thomas Goffe's The Raging Turk or Bajazet the Second bound with a political newsletter from 1620s Spain.
Cette Haggadah aurait quitte l'Espagne des 1490 et aurait ete introduite en Bosnie au XVIIe siecle par des Juifs sefarades auxquels le sultan ottoman Bajazet avait accorde asile et protection a la fin du XVe siecle.