Ibrahim Edhem Pasha
Ibrahim Edhem Pasha (1819–1893) was an Ottoman statesman of Greek birth who held the office of Grand Vizier in the beginning of Abdulhamid II's reign between 5 February 1877 and 11 January 1878. He se...
Abdullah II Al-Sabah
Sheikh Abdullah II Sabah II Al-Jaber I Al-Sabah(Arabic: الشيخ عبد الله الثاني صباح الثاني الجابر الصباح ‎) (1814–1893) was a lead cavalry commander in the Military of Kuwait, the fifth ru...
Muhib Efendi
Muhib Efendi was an Ottoman Empire ambassador to the court of Napoleon I in Paris in the early 19th century, between 1806 to 1811.In February 1806, following Napoleon's remarkable victory in the Battl...
Antoine Clot
Antoine Barthelemy Clot (7 November 1793 – 28 August 1868) was a French physician known as Clot Bey while practicing in Egypt.
He was born at Grenoble, and graduated in medicine and surgery at Mon...
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Hagop Kazazian Pasha
Hagop Kazazian Pasha (alternative spelling: Agop Kazazyan) (1833–1891) was a high-ranking Ottoman official of Armenian origin who served as the Minister of Finance and the Minister of the Privy Treasu...
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Mehmed Said Galib Pasha
Mehmed Said Galip Pasha (Modern Turkish: Mehmet Sait Galip Paşa; 1763/1764, Constantinople (Istanbul) – 1829, Balıkesir) was an Ottoman statesman. He was Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire from 13 Dec...
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Abdulvehab Ilhamija
Seid Abdulvehab Ilhamija (1773 – 1821) was an 18th-century Bosniak dervish and prose writer.In addition to Bosnian, his work was written in Turkish, Arabic and Persian.
His name Abd-ul-vehhab mean...
Omer Vrioni
Omer Vrioni (known in Greek as Ομέρ Βρυώνης, Omer Vryonis) was a leading Ottoman figure in the Greek War of Independence.
Omer Vrioni was an Albanian from the village of Vrioni near Berat, with a ...
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Rashid bin Humayd
Rashid bin Ahmed Al Nuaimi was the ruler, or shaikh, of Ajman from 1816 until 1838.
Thomas Keith (soldier)
Thomas Keith (born approximately 1793, died 1815) was a Scottish soldier, captured in Egypt while fighting for the United Kingdom. As a prisoner of war, he converted to Islam and joined the Ottoman mi...
Anton Pann
Anton Pann (born Antonie Pantoleon-Petroveanu, and also mentioned as Anton Pantoleon or Petrovici; 1790s—2 November 1854), was an Ottoman-born Wallachian composer, musicologist, and Romanian-lan...
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Osman Taka
Osman Resul Taka (died 1887) is a Cham dancer and unclear personage from 19th century. The Dance of Osman Taka is named after him. His early life is not clear. He belongs to the Taka clan of Filiates...
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Ethem Nejat
Ethem Nejat (1883 – 29 January 1921) was a Turkish revolutionary communist militant.Nejat worked on education during the Second Constitutional Era of the Ottoman Empire. Originally a pan-Turkist, in 1...
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Tusun Pasha
Tusun Pasha (1794–1816) — (Turkish: Tosun Paşa, Ahmet Tosun Paşa, Ottoman: طوسون پاشا, Arabic: طوسون باشا‎) (1794–1816) — was the eldest son of Muhammad Ali Pasha, wali of Egypt between...
Mustafa Ruhi Efendi
Mustafa Ruhi Efendi (1800 - 1893, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire) was a religious (Naqshbandi) and political leader in the Balkans during the Ottoman period. Born on the Turkish Aegean island of Gökçeada (I...
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Yeghia Dndesian
Yeghia Dndesian (born Constantinople, Ottoman Turkey 1834 - died Constantinople, Ottoman Turkey 1881) was an Armenian musician and musical reformer.
Yeghia Dndesian was among the cultivators of th...
Georgios Zariphis
Georgios Y. Zariphis (Greek: Γεώργιος Ζαρίφης, 1810–1884), also known as Yorgo Zarifi, was a prominent Ottoman Greek banker and financier. He was also very well known as a prominent benefactor of ...
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Patriarch Anthimus IV of Constantinople
Anthimus IV (Greek: Ἄνθιμος Δ') was twice Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople, between 1840 and 1841, and between 1848 and 1852. He was born in Istanbul (Constantinople) and served as Chancello...
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Paul Peter Massad
Paul I Peter Massad (1806–1890) (or Boulos Boutros Massaad, Mas'ad, Arabic: بولس الأول بطرس مسعد‎) was the Maronite Patriarch of Antioch from 1854 until his death in 1890.
Paul Peter Mas...
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