Suleyman I (also Suleiman) was the greatest sultan of the Ottomans and one of the 16th century's most formidable conquerors. He succeeded his father, Selim I, as sultan in 1520 and soon began expanding the empire, conquering Belgrade (1521) and Rhod...
September 5, 1566
Suleiman the Magnificent (محتشم سليمان Muḥteşem Süleymān), as he was
known in the West, was also called Suleiman...
Information on sultan Suleyman the Magnificent, his wife Hurrem, and daugther
Jun 18, 2015 ... Süleyman I, byname Süleyman the Magnificent or the Lawgiver, Turkish
Süleyman Muhteşem or Kanuni (born November 1494–April ...
Illustration of Suleiman
, Ottoman Sultan
was one of the greatest sultans of the Ottoman Empire. He conquered Hungary in 1521, took Rhodes from the Hospitallers, and laid siege to Vienna (unsuccessfully, but an incursion so deep ... More »
Suleyman I was a tall man with a round face, hazel eyes broad forehead and a
thin beard. Suleyman the Magnificent had reigned for forty six years (1520-1566)
Under Süleyman, popularly known as "the Magnificent" or "the Lawmaker," the
Ottoman empire reached the apogee of its military and political power.
Biography of one known as the Lawgiver and the Magnificent.
Suleiman I (or Suleyman), "the Magnificent", Ottoman Sultan, succeeded his
father Selim I in 1520. His birth coincided with the opening year of the 10th
This is a popular historical introduction to the greatest of all Turkish leaders,
Suleiman, called magnificent by his European adversaries. During his reign, not