Ahmad I

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Ahmad I
احمد اول
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Ottoman flag.svg Usmonlilar imperiyasi podshohi, xalifasi, ikki muqaddas masjid xodimi
Hukmronligining boshlanishi: 22-dekabr 1603
Hukmronligining tugashi: 22-noyabr 1617
Oʻtmishdosh: Mehmed III
Voris: Mustafo I
Tugʻilgan sanasi: 18-aprel, 1590-yil(1590-04-18)
Tugʻilgan joyi: Manisa, Usmonlilar imperiyasi
Vafot sanasi: 22-noyabr, 1617-yil(1617-11-22)
(27 yoshda)
Vafot joyi: Istanbul, Usmonlilar imperiyasi

Ahmed I (18 Aprel 1590 – 22 Noyabr 1617) - Usmonlilar imperiyasining 1603-1617 yillardagi hukmdori[1]. Uning sharafiga Istanbulda Sulton Ahmad masjidi qurilgan.

Oilasi[tahrir]

Xotinlari[tahrir]

Oʻgʻillari[tahrir]

  • Usmon II (1604 – 1622)[2][3]
  • Şehzade Mehmed (1605 – 1621)[2][3][4]
  • Şehzade Orhan (1609 – 1612);
  • Şehzade Cihangir (1609-1609);
  • Şehzade Selim (1611-1611)[5]
  • Murod IV (1612 – 1640[6][7][8]
  • Şehzade Bayezid (1612 – 1635)
  • Şehzade Süleyman (1613 – 1635)
  • Şehzade Hasan (1612 – 1615)
  • Şehzade Hüseyin (1613 – 1622)
  • Şehzade Kasım (1614 – 1638)
  • Ibrohim I (1615 – 1648)

Qizlari[tahrir]

  • Gevherhan Sultan[9]
  • Ayşe Sultan (1605/08 – 1656/57)
  • Fatma Sultan (1606 – 1667),
  • Hatice Sultan (1608 – 1610).
  • Hanzade Sultan (1609 – 1650)
  • Esma Sultan (1612 – 1612).
  • Zahide Sultan (1613 – 1620);
  • Burnaz Atike Sultan (1614 – 1674),
  • Zeynep Sultan (1617 – 1619);
  • Übeyde Sultan (1617 – 1675).

Manbalar[tahrir]

  1. Peirce, Leslie (1993). The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire. Oxford University Press, 99. 
  2. 2,0 2,1 Şefika Şule Erçetin (November 28, 2016). Women Leaders in Chaotic Environments:Examinations of Leadership Using Complexity Theory. Springer, 77. ISBN 978-3-319-44758-2. 
  3. 3,0 3,1 Mustafa Çağatay Uluçay (2011). Padışahların Kadınları ve Kızları. Ötüken, Ankara, 78. ISBN 978-9-754-37840-5. 
  4. Tezcan, Baki (2007). "The Debut of Kösem Sultan's Political Career". Turcica (Éditions Klincksieck) 39–40: 350–351. https://books.google.com/books?id=GBs_AQAAIAAJ. 
  5. Gülru Neci̇poğlu, Julia Bailey (2008). Frontiers of Islamic Art and Architecture: Essays in Celebration of Oleg Grabar's Eightieth Birthday ; the Aga Khan Program for Islamic Architecture Thirtieth Anniversary Special Volume. BRILL, 324. ISBN 978-9-004-17327-9. 
  6. Mustafa Naima (1832). Annals of the Turkish Empire: From 1591 to 1659 ..., Volume 1. Oriental Translation Fund, & sold by J. Murray, 452–3. 
  7. Singh, Nagendra Kr (2000). International encyclopaedia of Islamic dynasties (reproduction of the article by M. Cavid Baysun "Kösem Walide or Kösem Sultan" in The Encyclopaedia of Islam vol V). Anmol Publications PVT, 423–424. ISBN 81-261-0403-1. “Through her beauty and intelligence, Kösem Walide was especially attractive to Ahmed I, and drew ahead of more senior wives in the palace. She bore the sultan four sons – Murad, Süleyman, Ibrahim and Kasim – and three daughters – 'Ayşe, Fatma and Djawharkhan. These daughters she subsequently used to consolidate her political influence by strategic marriages to different viziers.” 
  8. Peirce, Leslie P. (1993), The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire, Oxford University Press, p. 232, ISBN 0195086775, https://books.google.com/books?id=L6-VRgVzRcUC&pg=PA365&dq=hanzade+sultan&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAWoVChMI876PrcL7yAIVybsUCh3eEwAh#v=onepage&q=hanzade%20sultan&f=false 
  9. Peirce, Leslie P. (1993), The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire, Oxford University Press, p. 365, ISBN 0195086775, https://books.google.com/books?id=L6-VRgVzRcUC&pg=PA365&dq=hanzade+sultan&hl=en&sa=X&ved=0CB8Q6AEwAWoVChMI876PrcL7yAIVybsUCh3eEwAh#v=onepage&q=hanzade%20sultan&f=false