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" the bust-length, in with Ottoman costume and a jewelled headdress. She natively was Ukrainian and her original name Roxelana She was the wife of "Ottoman Emperor Suleyman the Magnificent".

Ottoman clothing as worn by Europeans. 1542 Tiziano Vecellio (Titian)

Ottoman clothing as worn by Europeans and by Caterina Cornaro, wife of King James II of Cyprus. Painted in by Titian (Tiziano Vecellio - Pieve di Cadore,

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

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

Roxelane (1500-1558), Wife of the Emperor Soliman (1555); Titian (1490–1576; Italian)

Portrait of a Venetian Lady -- 1555 -- Titian -- Italian -- Oil on canvas -- National Gallery of Art, Washington DC.

Landesmuseum Mainz, Roxelane und Suleiman, der Prächtige von Anton Hickel (Roxelana and Suleiman the Magnificent) | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

Suleiman the Magnificent and Roxelane (Hyreem). Suleiman was the tenth and longest-reigning Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, and extended the borders and wealth of the Ottoman state more then any other sultan before, nor after him.

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.

Hürrem Sultan

Portrait of Hürrem Haseki Sultan, (Roxelana or Alexandra - The officially wed wife of Sultan Suleiman, The Great)

Copy of a Titian titled: Sultana.  Sarasota John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art.

"La Sultana Rossa" by Titian. c 1550 oil on canvas. Roxelana, the wife of Sultan Suleiman the Magnificent, the longest-serving ruler of the Ottoman Empire. From the collection of the John and Mable Ringling Museum, Sarasota, FL.

HÜRREM SULTAN

Haseki Hürrem Sultan (née Roxelana or Alexandra Lisowska) was the wife of Suleiman the Magnificent.

File:Rossa, Wife of Suleiman the Magnificent.jpgHürrem Sultan'ın tahta üzerine işlenmiş bir yağlı boya resmi, 16. yüzyıl

Roxelana (Hurrem Sultan), wife of Suleiman the Magnificent cent. Hampshire County Council Arts and Museums Service,

A portrait of Roxelana(Hyrrem)  in the British Royal Collection,  c. 1600–70

A portrait of Roxelana(Hyrrem) in the British Royal Collection, c.

Roksolana • Haseki Hürrem Sultan • Mathio Pagani

Ukrainian/Ruthenian who went from harem slave to sultana; inspired musical works (including Joseph Haydn’s Symphony No. & an opera by Denys Sichynsky.

Portrait of Roxelana

Portrait of Roxelana

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