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Kösem Sultan was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. Favorite consort and later wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I, she achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire through her husband, then through her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I (the Mad) and finally through her minor grandson Mehmed IV. She was a prominent figure during the sultanate of the women. She was official regent twice and was thereby one of two women to have been formal regents of the Ottoman…

Kösem Sultan was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. Favorite consort and later wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I, she achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire through her husband, then through her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I (the Mad) and finally through her minor grandson Mehmed IV. She was a prominent figure during the sultanate of the women. She was official regent twice and was thereby one of two women to have been formal regents of the Ottoman…

These figures represent a Sultan and a Sultana in the Ottoman Empire in 1500.

These figures represent a Sultan and a Sultana in the Ottoman Empire in 1500.

hurrem sultan..the most beautiful who was the most powerful woman in the ottoman. the legal wife of sultan suleyman

hurrem sultan..the most beautiful who was the most powerful woman in the ottoman. the legal wife of sultan suleyman

Kösem Sultan (Mâh-Peyker Sultan) 1589-1651 was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. She achieved power and influenced the course of the Ottoman empire through her consort Sultan Ahmet I, then through her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I ('the Mad’) and finally through her minor grandson Mehmed IV. She was regent twice and was thereby one of two women to have been formal regents of the Ottoman Empire. It is rumored that Mehmed's mother Turhan Hatice ordered Kösem's assassination.

Kösem Sultan (Mâh-Peyker Sultan) 1589-1651 was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. She achieved power and influenced the course of the Ottoman empire through her consort Sultan Ahmet I, then through her sons Murad IV and Ibrahim I ('the Mad’) and finally through her minor grandson Mehmed IV. She was regent twice and was thereby one of two women to have been formal regents of the Ottoman Empire. It is rumored that Mehmed's mother Turhan Hatice ordered Kösem's assassination.

A mongol Elite cavalryman or commander. Magnificently equipped in steel lamellar armour. While the mongol light cavalry wore leather lamellar armour or no armour at all,the heavy cavalry had the excellent steel lamellar armour. Mongol commanders didn't participate in the battle, but would head to a excellent view point of the battlefield and direct orders from there-unlike their counterparts.They also used banner flags rather than voice commands for excellent command and control.

A mongol Elite cavalryman or commander. Magnificently equipped in steel lamellar armour. While the mongol light cavalry wore leather lamellar armour or no armour at all,the heavy cavalry had the excellent steel lamellar armour. Mongol commanders didn't participate in the battle, but would head to a excellent view point of the battlefield and direct orders from there-unlike their counterparts.They also used banner flags rather than voice commands for excellent command and control.

Ottoman official.

Ottoman official.

:Ahmed III by John Young.1 July 1736 - Sultan 3. Ahmet, 23. Osmanlı padişahı (d. 1673)

:Ahmed III by John Young.1 July 1736 - Sultan 3. Ahmet, 23. Osmanlı padişahı (d. 1673)

turkish courtesan

turkish courtesan

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emperor-akbar-ii-portrait-inside-darbar-mughal-art-delhi


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turkishcourtesan.jpg (750×992)

Coat of Arms of the Empire Tartary. Pierre Duval D'Abbevil, "World Geography".

Coat of Arms of the Empire Tartary. Pierre Duval D'Abbevil, "World Geography".

Historical information about the family tree of Tartary and the Rulers of Tartary. France, 1719

Historical information about the family tree of Tartary and the Rulers of Tartary. France, 1719

portrait of a woman, possibly haseki hürrem sultan, called roxelana (1506-1558), bust-length, in ottoman costume, with a jewelled headdress ...

portrait of a woman, possibly haseki hürrem sultan, called roxelana (1506-1558), bust-length, in ottoman costume, with a jewelled headdress ...

Roxelana    Known also by her Turkish name of Khourrem (or Hürrem or Karima), meaning "the cheerful one", (circa 1500 - April 18, 1558) was the wife of sultan Süleyman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire.

Roxelana Known also by her Turkish name of Khourrem (or Hürrem or Karima), meaning "the cheerful one", (circa 1500 - April 18, 1558) was the wife of sultan Süleyman the Magnificent of the Ottoman Empire.

Ottoman Empire Hats Minima kita gini, ada yg pk sorban macem2

Ottoman Empire Hats Minima kita gini, ada yg pk sorban macem2

Princess Mihrimah Sultan was the daughter of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I and his Ruthenian wife, (1558) Hürrem Sultan.  She was born in Constantinople. Mehr-î-Mâh means "Sun (lit. clemency, compassion, endearment, affection) and Moon".

Princess Mihrimah Sultan was the daughter of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I and his Ruthenian wife, (1558) Hürrem Sultan. She was born in Constantinople. Mehr-î-Mâh means "Sun (lit. clemency, compassion, endearment, affection) and Moon".

1657 Tartaria sive Magni Chami Imperium

1657 Tartaria sive Magni Chami Imperium

'Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China' by M. (Evariste Régis) Huc. Open Court Pub., Chicago, 1898

'Travels in Tartary, Thibet, and China' by M. (Evariste Régis) Huc. Open Court Pub., Chicago, 1898

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