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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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Fifty female patients (mean age 40.5 [+ or -] 7.2 years; range 21 to 55 years) with FMS diagnosed according to the American College of Rheumatology criteria [22] were included in this study which was conducted between December 2014 and May 2015 at Medical Faculty of Yildirim Beyazid University Ankara Ataturk Training and Research Hospital.
62a-b; Istanbul, Beyazid Devlet Kutuphanesi, MS Veliyeddin Efendi 2508, fol.
For example, were manners, procedures, methods and styles of the Sultan Osman Gazi period in the early years of the Ottoman Empire the same as the later periods of Sultan Yyldyrym Beyazid, Sultan Mehmet the Conqueror, Yavuz Sultan Selim and Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent?
He worked as an artist for the Medici in Florence, Corvinus in Hungary, and Pope Leo X; a civil engineer for Ludovico in Milan and Ottoman Sultan Beyazid II in Constantinople; a military architect in Venice; a cartographer for the family of Pope Alexander VI; an anatomist with Marcantonio della Torre in Pavia and Padua; and finally, as a military and civil engineer for Francis I of France, who captured Milan and took Leonardo back to France as a valuable trophy of war.
The archipelago splattered in the Sea of Marmara which hosted Spaniards fleeing the Inquisition, at the invitation of Sultan Beyazid III, is a must-see for young couples seen cruising together with seagulls swooning in the ferry's wake while the lovers breathe the blessings of clean salty air and admire beauty unfolding.
The Cesme Castle built by Ottoman Sultan Beyazid the Second and the caravanserai are some of the touristic attractions in Cesme.
In that incident, the Turkish sultan, Beyazid II, accepted Jews into the Ottoman Empire, the predecessor of modern Turkey, after they had been expelled from Spain.