Mahmud II
biographical name 1785-1839 Ottoman sultan (1808-39)

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  • Mahmud II. — Mahmud II. (nach Einführung seiner Kleiderreform von 1828) Mahmud II. (osmanisch ‏محمود ثاني‎ Mahmud ı sānī; * 20. Juli 1785 in Istanbul; † 1. Juli 1839 ebenda) war von 1808 …   Deutsch Wikipedia

  • Mahmud II —    Mahmud II Ottoman Sultan Caliph …   Wikipedia

  • Mahmud II — Pour les articles homonymes, voir Mahmoud, Mahmûd ou Mahmud. Mahmut II Mahmud II (20 juillet 1784 1er juillet …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mahmûd II — Nasir ad din Mahmoud est sultan de Delhi, le dernier de la dynastie des Tughlûq, de 1395 à sa mort en février 1413. Il est le plus jeune fils de Muhammad III Tughlûq et succède à Sikandâr après sa mort le 8 mars 1395 en compétition avec …   Wikipédia en Français

  • Mahmud II — (1785–1839)    The 30th Sultan of the Ottoman Empire, Mahmud II ruled during a period of rapid decline (1808–1839). During his reign, the empire lost Bessarabia in the Russo Turkish War of 1806–1812; Serbia in the Greek War of Independence,… …   Encyclopedia of the Age of Imperialism, 1800–1914

  • Mahmud II — /mah moohd / 1785 1839, sultan of Turkey 1809 39. * * * ▪ Ottoman sultan born July 20, 1785, Constantinople died July 1, 1839, Constantinople       Ottoman sultan (1808–39) whose westernizing reforms helped to consolidate the Ottoman Empire… …   Universalium

  • MAHMUD II —    Sultan of Turkey; crushed a rebellion on his accession by putting his brother to death, on whose behalf the janissaries had risen, as they afterwards did to their annihilation at his hands by wholesale massacre; by the victory of Navarino in… …   The Nuttall Encyclopaedia

  • Mahmud II — /maˈmud/ (say mah moohd) noun 1785–1839, sultan of Turkey 1809–39. Also, Mahmoud …   Australian English dictionary

  • Mahmud II — /mah moohd / 1785 1839, sultan of Turkey 1809 39 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Mahmud II of Great Seljuq — Mahmud II (c. 1105 1131) was the Seljuq sultan of Baghdad in 1118 following the death of his father Mehmed I. At the time Mahmud was fourteen, and ruled over Iraq and Persia. Mahmud fought against the rival Seljuq Sultan of Khorasan, his uncle… …   Wikipedia

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