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Suleyman ; Halman, Talât S. (Sait)

Suleyman the Magnificent, Poet

Suleyman the Magnificent, Poet

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Istanbul: BKG Publications, Beyoğlu, 2010. Small quarto 79 pages: color illustrations; 25 cm Fine with faintest of edge-wear to top outer edge. . Paperback. ISBN: 9786058872318, 6058872316

In English. Translated from the Ottoman Turkish original. ¶ Suleyman I ;Sultan of the Turks, 1494 or 1495-1566, Suleiman I (Ottoman Turkish: سليمان اول, Romanized: Süleyman-I Evvel; Turkish: I. "Süleyman; commonly known as Suleiman the Magnificent in Western Europe and Suleiman the Lawgiver (Ottoman Turkish: قانونى سلطان سليمان, Romanized: Ḳānūnī Sulṭān Süleymān) in His Ottoman Realm, was the longest-reigning sultan of the Ottoman Empire. Under his administration, the Ottoman Empire ruled over at least 25 million people. Suleiman became a prominent monarch of 16th-century Europe, presiding over the apex of the Ottoman Empire's economic, military and political power. ... Suleiman personally instituted major judicial changes relating to society, education, taxation and criminal law. His reforms, carried out in conjunction with the empire's chief judicial official ebussuud efendi, harmonized the relationship between the two forms of ottoman law: Sultanic (kanun) and religious (sharia). He was a distinguished poet and goldsmith; he also became a great patron of culture, overseeing the "golden" age of the Ottoman Empire in its artistic, literary and architectural development. Breaking with Ottoman tradition, Suleiman married Hurrem Sultan, a woman from his harem, an orthodox christian of Ruthenian origin who converted to Sunni Islam, and who became famous in Western Europe of his time by the name Roxelana, due to her red hair." —Wikipedia. / Translations, Turkish poetry, Turkish poetry translations into English

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