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Osman Akıncı, 16-17th Century, Set 1 1/72 Scale Plastic Model Kit Red Box 72092

Theme: Military

Era : 1501-1799

Scale : 1/72

Material : Plastic

Series: Figures

Recommended Age Range: 12 Years & Up

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The Ottomans are a dynasty of Ottoman sultans and caliphs that ruled from 1299-1924.
Founded by Osman I Gazi (ruled 1299/1300-1324, according to other sources - in 1326). Also from the representatives of the dynasty, Bayezid I Yildirim "Lightning" - ruled in 1389-1402, Mehmed II Fatih "The Conqueror" - ruled in 1444 and 1451-1481, Selim I Yavuz "Terrible", "Cruel" - ruled from 1512 to 1520, Suleiman I Kanuni ("Legislator", in the literature of Europe - "Magnificent", ruled from 1520 to 1566, Selim III (reigned 1789-1807), Mahmud II (1808-1839) and Abdul-Hamid II (1876-1909) After the liquidation of the Sultanate (October 29, 1923), the last Ottoman sultan, Mehmed VI Vahideddin (reigned 1918-1922), escaped from Turkey. Majid When the Caliphate was abolished on March 3, 1924, every single member of the Ottoman dynasty was expelled from the country.
The Ottomans trace their origins to the Kayi tribe. According to the Genealogy of the Turkmens, the Turkmen-Oguz Kayi tribe traces its origins to Oguz Khan. Y. Markvarti, some other authors include the Kai tribe, along with Bayaut (Bayat) and Bayandur, among the Oguz tribes of Mongolian origin. In the 1460s, the Ottoman historian Enveri presented a genealogy of the Ottomans, in which Oguz Khan appears as a descendant of a companion of the Prophet named Iyad and the daughter of a Turkic leader named Oguz Tyumen Khan. In another story, the ancestor of the Ottomans is a Byzantine prince from the Komnenos dynasty, who converted to Islam in the 12th century and married the daughter of the Seljuk Sultan.