ottoman, osmanlı imparatorluğu, ottoman empire, padişah, sultan, süleyman magnificent, fatih sultan mehmet, muhteşem yüzyıl, magnificent century, osmanlı

A comfortable cushion on a traditional double niche rug and a wooden rehal with filigree work. An Ottoman era lady in an Ottoman interior reads. Artist is likely Kamil Aslanger.

Sultan Selim'in hayatına başka kadınlar girse de hiçbiri Nurbanu Sultan kadar etkili olamaz.Oğlu Murat'ın padişah olmasıyla birlikte Nurbanu Sultan valide sultan olur ve Hürrem Sultan gibi uzun zaman imparatorluğu perde arkasından yönetir.Oğlunun karısı Safiye Sultan'la girdiği rekabete rağmen Nurbanu Sultan saray içindeki etkinliğini uzun süre devam ettirir.

Nurbanu Sultan (Ottoman Turkish: نور بانو سلطان, ca. 1525 – 7 December was the favourite consort and later wife of Sultan Selim II of the Ottoman Empire, mother of Sultan Murad III, and de facto co-ruler as the Valide Sultan for nine years from 1574 until

Princess Naciye and Enver Pasha at the wedding. 1914.

Naciye sultan ve Enver paşa. Princess Naciye and Enver Pasha at the wedding…

Haseki sultan-illustrations from the hand-colored German 1572 edition of Nicholas de Nicolay

Fascinated by the horizontal striped entari. Haseki sultan-illustrations from the hand-colored German 1572 edition of Nicholas de Nicolay

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Lady admires the jewellery on herself. Don't know who the artist is, perhaps Kamil Aslinger.

Suleiman allowed Hurrem Sultan to remain with him at court for the rest of her life, breaking another tradition - that when imperial heirs came of age, they would be sent along with the imperial concubine who bore them to govern remote provinces of the Empire, never to return unless their progeny succeeded to the throne.

Suleiman allowed Hurrem Sultan to remain with him at court for the rest of her life, breaking another tradition - that when imperial heirs came of age, they would be sent along with the imperial concubine who bore them to govern remote provinces of the Empire, never to return unless their progeny succeeded to the throne.

Habit of an Ottoman lady of the grand seigniors seraglio, in the mid-16th century. Originally published in 1568 in Voyages and travels of N. de Nicholay Dauphinoys, seigneur D'Arfeville, valet de chambre and geographer to the king of France. (Photo credit: NYPL Digital Gallery)

Habit of an Ottoman lady of the grand seigniors seraglio, in the mid-16th century. Originally published in 1568 in Voyages and travels of N. de Nicholay Dauphinoys, seigneur D'Arfeville, valet de chambre and geographer to the king of France. (Photo credit: NYPL Digital Gallery)

Veiled ottoman woman in street dress. Old studio photo. Late ottoman Empire. End of the 19th century

Veiled woman in street dress. Old studio photo. Istanbul, late-Ottoman era, end of century.

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