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Mehmed III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mehmed III - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

Mehmet III- On 27th January 1595, he succeeded his father. Sultan Mehmed III admired his mother. His mother Safiye Sultana benefited from this and she dominated the state by using her influence on her son. She forced the sultan to be acted in the way she desired. Mehmed III was a very religious sultan, he appreciated Islam. He was so sensitive that on hearing bad news he had fallen ill. The Celali revolts and the Iran Wars made him so depressed. He prohibited alcohol and closed all the…

Mehmet III- On 27th January 1595, he succeeded his father. Sultan Mehmed III admired his mother. His mother Safiye Sultana benefited from this and she dominated the state by using her influence on her son. She forced the sultan to be acted in the way she desired. Mehmed III was a very religious sultan, he appreciated Islam. He was so sensitive that on hearing bad news he had fallen ill. The Celali revolts and the Iran Wars made him so depressed. He prohibited alcohol and closed all the…

Mehmed III’s Coronation in the Topkapi Palace in 1595 (fol. 15b-16a).

Mehmed III’s Coronation in the Topkapi Palace in 1595 (fol. 15b-16a).

The Sublime Porte - (1) Sultan Mehmed III, (2) Ic-oglan, Sultan's page, (3) Sancakbeg, (4) Çavus, logistics officer. - Bruno Mugnai & Chris Flaherty. «Der Lange Türkenkrieg (1593-1606) Vol. I.»

The Sublime Porte - (1) Sultan Mehmed III, (2) Ic-oglan, Sultan's page, (3) Sancakbeg, (4) Çavus, logistics officer. - Bruno Mugnai & Chris Flaherty. «Der Lange Türkenkrieg (1593-1606) Vol. I.»

Mehmed III Enthroned in the Davudpasha Pavilion (fol. 24b-25a).

Mehmed III Enthroned in the Davudpasha Pavilion (fol. 24b-25a).

Iznik tile decoration, Mausoleum of Mehmet III  October November 2009 Istanbul Turkey Sultanahmet Mausoleum of Mehmed III Mehmet Iznik tile decoration blue

Iznik tile decoration, Mausoleum of Mehmet III October November 2009 Istanbul Turkey Sultanahmet Mausoleum of Mehmed III Mehmet Iznik tile decoration blue

Commission 64-Sultan Mehmed III by LadyDeddelit on DeviantArt

Commission 64-Sultan Mehmed III by LadyDeddelit on DeviantArt

Coin: 1 Sultani (Hammered Coinage) (Egypt) (1595~1603 - Mehmed III) WCC:km6

Coin: 1 Sultani (Hammered Coinage) (Egypt) (1595~1603 - Mehmed III) WCC:km6

Istanbul: Mausoleum of Sultan Mehmed III | by zug55

Istanbul: Mausoleum of Sultan Mehmed III | by zug55

Iznik tile decoration, Mausoleum of Mehmet III October November 2009 Istanbul Turkey Sultanahmet Mausoleum of Mehmed III Mehmet Iznik tile decoration blue

Iznik tile decoration, Mausoleum of Mehmet III October November 2009 Istanbul Turkey Sultanahmet Mausoleum of Mehmed III Mehmet Iznik tile decoration blue

Mehmed III Giray (Kadir Doğulu)

Mehmed III Giray (Kadir Doğulu)

Yeni Cami (New Mosque) - Valide Sultan Mosque:  The construction of the mosque began in 1597. It was ordered by Sultana Safiye, who was the wife of Sultan Murad III and later Valide Sultan (Queen Mother) of Sultan Mehmed III. She ordered the mosque in her capacity as Valide Sultan, two years after Mehmed III's ascension to the Ottoman throne in 1595, hence the original formal name "Valide Sultan Mosque".  The original architect was Davut Ağa, an apprentice to the great Mimar Sinan. However…

Yeni Cami (New Mosque) - Valide Sultan Mosque: The construction of the mosque began in 1597. It was ordered by Sultana Safiye, who was the wife of Sultan Murad III and later Valide Sultan (Queen Mother) of Sultan Mehmed III. She ordered the mosque in her capacity as Valide Sultan, two years after Mehmed III's ascension to the Ottoman throne in 1595, hence the original formal name "Valide Sultan Mosque". The original architect was Davut Ağa, an apprentice to the great Mimar Sinan. However…