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Beyazid,

1612–1638?, Ottoman prince; brother of Sultan Murad IV. Considering Beyazid a dangerous rival, Murad ordered his execution. Beyazid's death is treated in Jean RacineRacine, Jean
, 1639–99, French dramatist. Racine is the prime exemplar of French classicism. The nobility of his Alexandrine verse, the simplicity of his diction, the psychological realism of his characters, and the skill of his dramatic construction contribute to the
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's tragedy, Bajazet (1672).
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And the threat of the Ottoman Turks to Venice's Levantine trade persisted after the death of Mehmed II with his successor Bayezid II (reigned 1481-1512).
Le sultan Bayezid assiege Tarnovo dont les habitants << decident de resister jusqu'au bout.
Bayezid II Complex occupied the third forum, Tauri (Theodosius).
But Kadare's "secret papal envoy" suggests an additional theory, that the Sultan's younger son, Bayezid, who succeeded his father to the throne, may have overseen his slaying.
The Mogul emperor, conscious of his descent from the great Timur, conqueror of the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II in 1402, challenged the Ottoman Sultan's claim to be sole Caliph and 'asylum of the universe'.
After the accession of Sultan Bayezid II in 1481, Necati entered the service of his sovereign's sons, first Prince Abdullah, then Prince Mahmud, in whose service the poet enjoyed great favor.
Sultan Bayezid II complex of Edirne, founded in 1488, is the first example of a centrally planned medical center and is considered to be the forerunner of modern hospitals (8).
Sultan Bayezid II of the Ottoman Empire sent his entire navy to Spain to pick them up and bring them to Istanbul in order to avoid the mass killing that awaited them in Spain.
Chapter three deals with Cem, a brother of Bayezid II who was compelled to flee the empire in 1482 and spent 13 years in Europe.
Here Robinson suggests that T[i.bar]m[u.bar]r's campaign against the Ottoman sult[a.bar]n Bayezid I brought Iskandar Sult[a.bar]n, or the artist P[i.bar]r Ahmad Baghshim[a.bar]l[i.bar], into contact with the classical and Hellenistic remains of Anatolia and that this exposure prompted the use of the leopard's head mask in the iconography of a "compleat Rustam," whose first example occurs in Iskandar Sult[a.bar]n's 1410 Anthology (London, British Library, Add.
(77) Sazonov to Girs, copied to consulates in Van, Urmiye, Bayezid, and Savujbulak, 15 November 1912 [28 November 1912], AVPRI f.
Ulkemizde 1968 yilinda yapilan ilk KN girisiminden sonra, 1989 yilinda Bayezid ve arkadaslarinca basarili bir KN bildirilmistir (3).