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The Grave Of Ertugrul Gazi And Halima Hatun ❇ History Of The Rise Of Ottoman Empire ❇ I Movie
 
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The Most Amazing Life Of Kosem Sultan The Magnificent
 
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Kösem Sultan (Turkish pronunciation: [cøˈsem sulˈtan]) (c. 1590 – 2 September 1651) – also known as Mahpeyker Sultan[4] (Turkish pronunciation: [mahpejˈkeɾ sulˈtan]) – was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. Kösem achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire when she became Haseki Sultan as favourite consort and later legal wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I (r. 1603–1617) and Valide Sultan as mother of Murad IV (r. 1623–1640) and Ibrahim (r. 1640–1648), and grandmother of Mehmed IV (r. 1648–1687) and became one of the prominent figures during the Sultanate of Women. Kösem lived in the Ottoman Empire during the reign of six sultans, Ahmed, Mustafa, Osman II, Murad IV, Ibrahim, and Mehmed IV. After her death, she was known by the names "Valide-i Maktule" (murdered mother), and "Valide-i Șehide" (martyred mother). She and Turhan Hatice Sultan are the only two woman to rule the Ottoman empire solely. Kösem was of Greek origin; she is generally said to be the daughter of a priest on the island of Tinos whose maiden name was Anastasia but these views don't seem reliable. She was bought as a slave by the Bosnian governor, and sent, at the age of fifteen, to the harem of Sultan Ahmed I. Upon her conversion to Islam, her name was changed to Mahpeyker (Moon-Shaped), and later by Sultan Ahmed I to Kösem. Haseki Sultan In early reign of Ahmed, there was a change in the imperial harem hierarchy. Safiye Sultan, Ahmed's powerful grandmother who continued to manage the harem was deprived of power and retired in Old Palace in January 1604. One year later, Handan Sultan, Ahmed's mother who became chief of imperial harem as Valide Sultan died in November 1605. This condition permitted the rise of Kösem who was Haseki Sultan in top of imperial harem hierarchy. As a Haseki Sultan to Ahmed I, she had a long career as guardian of şehzades. It is possible that the significant modifications in the pattern of succession to the throne during Ahmed's thing owed something to her efforts. In 1612, the Venetian ambassador reported that she prevailed upon Ahmed to spare Mustafa, with the argument that Ahmed himself had been brought to the throne purely through an act of fate. She made an alliance with Mustafa I's mother Halime Sultan against his first son Osman II. Venetian ambassador Contarini reported the beating of a woman who had irritated Kösem, ordered by the sultan, in 1612, which may be identified to her fellow consort Mahfiruz Hatice Sultan. She also made efforts to keep her brother-in-law, Mustafa, safe from execution, and saw an obstacle in Mahfiruz who was lobbying in favor of her son. Like his father Mehmed III and mother Handan, Ahmed died at young age (27 years) on 22 November 1617. This made Kösem lose her position in Topkapi Palace and she retired in Old Palace during the reign of her brother-in-law Mustafa I and step-son Osman II. Valide Sultan First tenure Kösem came back in power when her son ascended to the throne on 10 September 1623 as Murad IV. She was appointed not only as Valide Sultan but also, as her son was a minor, as official regent (naib-i-sultanat) during his minority from her son's ascension on 10 September 1623 until 18 May 1632. During most of the reign of Murad IV she essentially ruled through him and effectively ran the empire, attending meetings of the divan (cabinet) from behind a curtain, even after 1632, when she was no longer regent.
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Guardians Of The Galaxy Telltale Episode 5 - Bringing Back Kamaria + Ending
 
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The Life And Death Of Kosem Sultan: Magnificent Century Kosem
 
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Kösem Sultan (Turkish pronunciation: [cøˈsem sulˈtan]) (c. 1589 – 2 September 1651) – also known as Mahpeyker Sultan (Turkish pronunciation: [mahpejˈkeɾ sulˈtan]; Māh-peyker) – was one of the most powerful women in Ottoman history. Kösem achieved power and influenced the politics of the Ottoman Empire when she became Haseki Sultan as favourite consort and later legal wife of Ottoman Sultan Ahmed I (r. 1603–1617) and Valide Sultan as mother of Murad IV (r. 1623–1640) and Ibrahim (r. 1640–1648), and grandmother of Mehmed IV (r. 1648–1687). She was one of the prominent figures during the Sultanate of Women. Kösem lived in the Ottoman Empire during the reign of six sultans, Ahmed I, Mustafa I, Osman II, Murad IV, Ibrahim, and Mehmed IV. After her death, she was known by the names "Valide-i Muazzama" (magnificent mother), "Vālide-i Maḳtūle" (murdered mother), and "Vālide-i Șehīde" (martyred mother) Kösem is generally said to be of Greek origin, the daughter of a priest on the island of Tinos whose maiden name was Anastasia but these views do not seem reliable. She was bought as a slave by the Bosnian governor, and sent, at the age of fifteen, to the harem of Sultan Ahmed I. Upon her conversion to Islam, her name was changed to Mahpeyker (Moon-Faced, meaning "beautiful"), and later by Sultan Ahmed I to Kösem. Haseki Sultan, the Imperial Consort In the early reign of Ahmed, there was a change in the imperial harem hierarchy. Safiye Sultan, Ahmed's powerful grandmother who continued to manage the harem was deprived of power and retired in the Old Palace (Eski Saray) in January 1604. One year later, Handan Sultan, Ahmed's mother who had become the chief of the imperial harem as Valide Sultan died in November 1605. This condition permitted the rise of Kösem to the top of the imperial harem hierarchy. As a Haseki Sultan to Ahmed I, she had a long career as a guardian of şehzades. It is possible that the significant modifications in the pattern of succession to the throne during Ahmed's time owed something to her efforts. She must have realized the personal gain that might stem from the transition to seniority, coupled with the fact that she was no longer haseki but had son "in waiting". According to Venetian ambassador, Kösem "lobbied to spare Mustafa the fate of fratricide with the ulterior goal of saving her own son from the same fate. During her time as haseki sultan, Kösem received 1,000 aspers a day. Venetian ambassador Contarini reported the beating of a woman ordered by the Sultan in 1612. The woman who had irritated Kösem may be identified as her fellow consort Mahfiruz. Kösem also made efforts to keep her brother-in-law, Mustafa, safe from execution, and saw an obstacle in Mahfiruz who was lobbying in favor of her own son. Like his parents, Ahmed died at a young age (27 years) on 22 November 1617. This made Kösem lose her position in Topkapi Palace and she retired in the Old Palace during the reign of her brother-in-law Mustafa I and step-son Osman II. Valide Sultan, the Sultan's Mother First tenure Kösem came back in power when her son ascended to the throne on 10 September 1623 as Murad IV. Since her son was a minor, she was appointed not only as a Valide Sultan but also, as an official regent (naib-i-sultanat) during his minority, from her son's ascension on 10 September 1623 until 18 May 1632. During most of Murad IV's reign, she essentially ruled through him and effectively ran the empire, attending meetings of the divan (cabinet) from behind a curtain, even after 1632, when she was no longer regent.
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