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Beyazid

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 Racine's tragedy, Bajazet (1672).
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[2] Department of Urology, Ankara Yıldırım Bayezit Training and Research Hospital, Ankara, Turkey
Additionally, the BingE[micro]l, Yyldyrym Bayezit, Bezm-i Alem, Sebahattin Zaim and Afyon Kocatepe universities also condemned the violent protest with statements as they claimed the clashes between the police and the students overshadowed the historic night for Turkish science.
Yildirim Bayezit Sakalar, Neval Berrin Arserim *, Ugur Keklikci, Selahattin Balsame, Mehmet Fuat Alakus, Kaan Unlu
Selimiye Mosque built by Architect Sinan; inns; Turkish baths and palaces; and Tunca, Meric, Gazimihal (Hamidiye) Sarachane (Sahabettin Pasha), Bayezit II, Fatih (Bonce), Yildirim, Kanuni (Saray), Yalnizgoz (Tekgoz) bridges are places worth seeing in Edirne.
(7) The meetings that installed Prince Bayezit on the throne after the death of Sultan Murad I in 1389 or brought Sultan Mustafa I to throne on the death of his brother Ahmed I in 1617 can be considered amongst such occasions.
The plot revolves around two prominent figures in Turkish history: Bajazet and Tamerlano, otherwise known to us as Sultan Bayezit I and Timurlenk, the emperor of the Uzbek Turks.