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  1. Mehmed, pronounced [icinˈdʒi ˈmehmed]; 30 March 1432 – 3 May 1481), commonly known as Mehmed the Conqueror (Ottoman Turkish: ابو الفتح, romanized: Ebū'l-Fetḥ, lit. 'the Father of Conquest'; Turkish: Fatih Sultan Mehmed ), was an Ottoman sultan who ruled from August 1444 to September 1446, and then later from February 1451 to May ...

  2. Mehmed II was born as a son of Sultan Murad I and Huma Hatun on the night of 29th binded to 30th March 1432, in Edirne. His early childhood passed on Edirne for a while. He motivated for taking the city of Constantinople by Prophet Hz Muhammed’s words for the conqueror of Constantinople decades ago; “One day, Constantinople will be conquered.

  3. Sultan Mehmed II (the Conqueror) died in 1481 at the age of fifty while he was preparing for another campaign. While he was trying to fulfil his dream of capturing Italy, he beautified Topkapi Palace by inviting Gentile Bellini and Constanzo Ferrara from Italy. Mehmed took over a princedom and turned it into an empire.

  4. Sultan Mehmed II the Conqueror. Mehmed II, called the Conqueror, was born in March 30, 1432 and died in May 3, 1481. As a sultan of the Ottoman Empire between 1444-1446 and 1451-1481, he extended the Ottoman control from southeastern Europe to the Danube and from Anatolia to the Euphrates river. His father, Murad II, tried to abdicate when ...

  5. Mehmed II, byname Fatih Sultan Mehmed (Turkish: Sultan Mehmed the Conqueror), (born March 30, 1432, Adrianople, Thrace, Ottoman Empire—died May 3, 1481, Hunkârçayırı, near Maltepe, near Constantinople), Ottoman sultan from 1444 to 1446 and from 1451 to 1481. A great military leader, he captured Constantinople and conquered the territories ...

  6. Sultan Mehmed meets his people as a Ruler

  7. The Grand Turk book. Read 35 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Sultan Mehmet II, known to his countrymen as 'the Conqueror' and to ...

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