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".

Cameria, Daughter of Suleiman the Magnificent by Titian (workshop of). The Courtauld Gallery. Date painted: Oil on canvas, x cm Collection: The Courtauld Gallery.

KÖSEM SULTAN AND HER SON, AUSTRIAN SCHOOL, SECOND QUARTER 17TH CENTURY

KÖSEM SULTAN AND HER SON, AUSTRIAN SCHOOL, SECOND QUARTER 17TH CENTURY

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A portrait painting of Princess Mihrimah Sultan, daughter of the Ottoman Sultan Suleiman I.

Hürrem Sultan

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Mihrimah Sultan'ın İtalyan ressam Tiziano Vecellio tarafından yapılmış, Cameria adlı yağlıboya portresi, 16. yüzyıl-25 OCAK 1578 - Mihrimah Sultan, Kanuni Sultan Süleyman ve Hürrem Sultan'ın kızı (d. 1522)

"Cameria" in Italian and "Mihrimah Sultan" in Turkish (born daughter of the Ottoman Emperor "Suleyman the Magnificient" and his wife "Hürrem Sultan", painted by the Italian artist Titian (Tiziano Vecellio,

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To compare with the other portraits of Mirimah Sultan. Likely not an accurate representation.

'Hürrem Sultan, also known as Roxelana, was a Ukranian slave who entered the harem of Suleiman the Magnificent at the age of 15. She became politically influential, even leading to Suleiman to retire the rest of his harem, free her, and marry her officially. She played a prominent role in politics and began the Sultanate of Women (a period of about 130 years when women had huge political influence over the Ottoman sultan).'Submitted by Haylie

15 Historical Women They Should Have Taught You About In School

'Hürrem Sultan, also known as Roxelana, was a Ukranian slave who entered the harem of Suleiman the Magnificent at the age of 15. She became politically influential, even leading to Suleiman to retire the rest of his harem, free her, and marry her officially. She played a prominent role in politics and began the Sultanate of Women (a period of about 130 years when women had huge political influence over the Ottoman sultan).'Submitted by Haylie

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