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Hadım Ali Pasha

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Ali

22nd Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
In office
1506–1511
MonarchBayezid II
Preceded byHersekzade Ahmed Pasha
Succeeded byHersekzade Ahmed Pasha
In office
1501–1503
MonarchBayezid II
Preceded byMesih Pasha
Succeeded byHersekzade Ahmed Pasha
Personal details
BornDrozgometva, Bosnia
DiedJuly 1511
Çubukova, between Kayseri and Sivas, Ottoman Empire
NationalityOttoman
FatherRadošin, son of Vučihna, son of Ostoja
EthnicitySerbian
Noble FamilyOstoya or Ostoja
Military service
Battles/warsŞahkulu Rebellion 

Hadım Ali Pasha (died July 1511), also known as Atik Ali Pasha, was an Ottoman statesman (hadım means "eunuch" in Turkish). He served as governor of Rumeli, and led the Ottoman army in the Ottoman–Mamluk War of 1485–1491, but was defeated at Adana in 1488. He was then named Grand Vizier from 1501 to 1503, and again from 1509 to 1511. During his latter tenure, he led the suppression of the Alevi-led Şahkulu Rebellion, but died in battle near Sivas along with the rebel leader Şahkulu himself.

Life

He was from Drozgometva village in what is now Bosnia and Herzegovina.[1]

He served as governor of Rumeli, and led the Ottoman army in the Ottoman–Mamluk War of 1485–1491, but was defeated at Adana in 1488. He was then appointed grand vizier in 1501–1503, and again in 1509–1511. During his latter tenure he led the suppression of the Alevi-led Şahkulu Rebellion, but fell in battle near Sivas along with the rebel leader Shahkulu himself in July 1511.[2][3]

Legacy

He had two eponymous mosques built in the Fatih district of Istanbul, one being the Gazi Atik Ali Pasha Mosque (completed 1497) in the Çemberlitaş neighborhood and the other being the Vasat Atik Ali Pasha Mosque (completed 1512) in the Karagümrük neighborhood.

See also

References

  1. ^ Islam Encyclopaedia (in Turkish)
  2. ^ Finkel, Caroline (2006). Osman's Dream: The Story of the Ottoman Empire 1300–1923. London: John Murray. pp. 91–92, 99–101. ISBN 978-0-7195-6112-2.
  3. ^ Prof. Yaşar Yüce-Prof. Ali Sevim: Türkiye tarihi Cilt II, AKDTYKTTK Yayınları, İstanbul, 1991 pp. 225–226
Political offices
Preceded by
Mesih Pasha
Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
1501–1503
Succeeded by
Hersekzade Ahmed Pasha
Preceded by
Hersekzade Ahmed Pasha
Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire
1506–1511
Succeeded by
Hersekzade Ahmed Pasha


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