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Bayezid I

(1347—1403)


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(1347–1403)

Ottoman sultan (1389–1402). He succeeded his father Murad I and absorbed rival Turkish principalities in western Asia Minor, took Trnovo in Bulgaria (1393), and Thessaloniki in Greece (1394), blockaded Constantinople (1394–1401), and defeated a Christian army at Nicopolis in 1396. His thrust into eastern Asia Minor, however, brought him to disaster at Ankara in 1402, and he died a captive of his conqueror, Tamerlane.

Subjects: Medieval and Renaissance History (500 to 1500).


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