Sulayman II

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Sulayman II,

1642–91, Ottoman sultan (1687–91), brother and successor of Muhammad IVMuhammad IV
or Mehmet IV,
1641–92, Ottoman sultan (1648–87). He was proclaimed sultan of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey) by the corps of Janissaries after the deposition and murder of his father, Sultan Ibrahim.
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 to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey). His grand vizier (chief executive officer), Mustafa KöprülüKöprülü
, family of humble Albanian origin, several members of which served as grand vizier (chief executive officer) in the Ottoman Empire. The name is also spelled Kiuprili, Koprili, and Kuprili.
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, was at first successful in taking the offensive against the Austrians, but Köprülü was killed shortly after Sulayman's death, in the battle of Slankamen (1691). Sulayman was succeeded by his brother, Ahmed IIAhmed II,
1642–95, Ottoman sultan (1691–95), brother and successor of Sulayman II to the throne of the Ottoman Empire (Turkey). Soon after his reign began, the Turkish defeat at Slankamen, Serbia (1691), heralded the start of the conquest of Hungary by Austria.
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. See also Sulayman ISulayman I
or Sulayman the Magnificent,
1494–1566, Ottoman sultan (1520–66), son and successor of Selim I. He is known as Sulayman II when considered as a successor of King Solomon of the Bible and Qur'an.
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