Osman I - Ottoman Rulers #1

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Ibolya Horvath
by Kings and Things
published on 07 April 2020
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In the latter years of the 13th century Osman I inherited the leadership over the Kayı tribe, which at the time controlled little more than a small town in northwestern Anatolia. By the end of his reign, he had captured a series of fortresses and cities from the declining Byzantines and the state that he left behind to his successors would eventually become one of the greatest Empires in history. It was named after him - The Ottoman Empire.

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"Penceresi Yola Karsi" by Turku, Nomads of the Silk Road
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