Philip Gemayel
Philip Gemayel (1740–1796) (or Filibus Al-Jumayyil, Philibos Gemaiel, Arabic: فيليبس الجميّل‎) was the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch for a few months in 1795-1796.
Philip Gemayel was bor...
Osman Aga of Temesvar
Osman Aga of Temeşvar (Turkish: Temeşvarlı Osman Ağa; 1670–1725) was an Ottoman army officer and one of the few Turkish-language autobiographers of the era. More important than that, he was a pris...
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Divitdar Mehmed Emin Pasha
Divitdar Mehmed Emin Pasha (also known as Divitdar Emin Mehmed Pasha or Emin Mehmed Pasha or Muhammad Pasha Amin; died 1753, Cairo) was an Ottoman statesman who served as grand vizier of the Ottoman E...
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Halil Hamid Pasha
Halil Hamid Pasha, also Halil Hamit Paşa (1736–1785) was the grand vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 31 December 1782 to 30 April 1785. He was especially instrumental in inviting foreign experts, espe...
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Hatice Sultan (daughter of Ahmed III)
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Canım Hoca Mehmed Pasha
Canım Hoca Mehmed Pasha (also known as Canum Hoca in European sources) was an 18th-century Ottoman admiral who served three times as Kapudan Pasha (grand admiral of the Ottoman Navy).Originally a Musl...
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Daher el-Omar
Daher el-Omar (also: Dhaher, Dhahar) (Arabic ظاهر آل عمر الزيداني ẓāhir Āl ʿumar az-zaydānī, ca. 1690 – August 21, 1775) was the autonomous Arab ruler of Northern Palestine during the mid-18th c...
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Barzillai ben Baruch Jabez
Barzillai ben Baruch Jabez was a Turkish Talmudist of the seventeenth and eighteenth centuries.Jabez was a well-respected Talmudist and had many pupils, among whom were his son-in-law Judah Ashkenazi,...
Giritli Ali Aziz Efendi
Giritli Ali Aziz Efendi (Kandiye (Heraklion), 1749-29 October 1798, Berlin) was an Ottoman ambassador and an Ottoman author of the late-18th century and he is notable for his novel "Muhayyelât" (Imagi...
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Maria Aurora of Spiegel
Maria Aurora of Spiegel, born Fatima (fl 1733), was a mistress of Augustus II the Strong and the wife of a Polish noble. Originally a Turkish slave, she was brought to the royal courts of Sweden and P...
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Bashir Shihab II
Bashir Shihab II (also spelt "Bachir Chehab II"; January 2, 1767 – 1850) was a Lebanese emir who ruled Lebanon in the first half of the 19th century. Having converted from Sunni Islam, the reli...
Tobias Cohn
Tobias Cohn or Tobias Kohn (in Hebrew, Toviyyah ben Moshe ha-Kohen; in Polish, Tobiasz Kohn) (also referred to as Toviyah Kats) (1652-1729) was a Polish-Jewish physician of the seventeenth and eightee...
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Seydi Ali Pasha
Seydi Ali Pasha (died 1820 or 1821) was an Ottoman grand admiral who served as Kapudan Pasha (grand admiral of the Ottoman navy) from 1807 to 23 August 1808, and from 22 November 1808 to 10 April 1809...
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Jacob Awad
Jacob IV Awad (or Ya'qub Awwad, Auwad, Aouad, Arabic: يعقوب الرابع عوّاد‎, Latin: Iacobus Evodius Hasruensis) was the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch from 1705 to his death in 1733.
Ja...
Joseph Ragi El Khazen
Joseph IX Ragi El Khazen (1791 – 3 November 1854), (or Youssef El-Khazen, Gazen, Arabic: يوسف التاسع الخازن‎, Latin: Joseph Alchasen), was the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch from 1845 unt...
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Hampartsoum Limondjian
Hampartsoum Limondjian (Armenian: Համբարձում Լիմոնջեան) (1768–June 29, 1839) was an Armenian composer of Armenian church and classical music and musical theorist who developed the Hampartsoum nota...
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Mustafa Agha Barbar
Mustafa Agha Barbar (born 1767) was a governor of the Ottoman provinces of Tripoli, Lebanon and Latakia, Syria for the Ottomans. He ruled between 1800–08, 1810–20 and 1821-35.
The middle word in h...
Abdülaziz Efendi
Abdülaziz Efendi was an Ottoman physician and poet. He was born in Istanbul in 1735. He is noted for his Turkish translation of works of western medicine.
Ibrahim Muteferrika
Ibrahim Müteferrika (Turkish: İbrahim Müteferrika; 1674–1745) was a Transylvanian-born Ottoman diplomat, polymath, publisher, printer, courtier, economist, man of letters, astronomer, historian, h...
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Hatice Sultan (daughter of Mustafa III)
Hatice Sultan (June 15, 1766 - July 17, 1821), was an Ottoman princess, daughter of Mustafa III and sister of Selim III. She was married in 1787 to the Muhafız (Governor) of Hotin Nakîbzade Seyyid Ahm...
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Hadži Mustafa Pasha
Hadji Mustafa Pasha (Serbo-Croatian: Hadži Mustafa-paša, Serbian: Хаџи Мустафа-паша, Turkish: Hacı Mustafa Şinikoğlu Paşa; 1733—15 December 1801) was an Ottoman commander and politician of...
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Estephan El Douaihy
Patriarch Estephan II Boutros El Douaihy (or Istifan al-Duwayhi, Arabic: اسطفانوس الثاني بطرس الدويهي‎, French: Etienne Douaihi, Latin: Stephanus Dovaihi, Italian: Stefano El Dou...
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Selim III
Selim III (Ottoman Turkish: سليم ثالث Selīm-i sālis) (24 December 1761 – 28 or 29 July 1808) was the reform-minded Sultan of the Ottoman Empire from 1789 to 1807. The Janissaries eventually depo...
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Jan Rustem
Jan Rustem (Armenian: Յան Ռուստամ; 1762 – 21 June 1835) was a painter of Armenian, Turkish or Greek ethnicity who lived and worked in the territories of the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth. P...
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Kara Mehmed Pasha (died 1722)
Kara Mehmed Pasha (died March or April 1722) was an Ottoman statesman who served as the Ottoman governor of various provinces (eyalets) and sub-provinces (sanjaks). He was also a vizier.Mehmed Pasha s...
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