Othman I


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Othman I:

see Osman IOsman I
or Othman I
, 1259–1326, leader of the Ottoman Turks and founder of the dynasty that established and ruled the Ottoman Empire. The Osmanli or Ottoman Turks derive their name from Osman.
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Osman I

, Othman I
1259--1326, Turkish sultan; founder of the Ottoman Empire
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