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Ottoman family tree (simplified)

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Osman I
?-c. 1299-1323/4
Orhan
c. 1284-1323/4-1362
Murad I
1326-1362-1389
Bayezid I
1357-1389-1403
Mehmed I
1387-1413-1421
Murad II
1404-1451
r. 1421-44, 1446-51
Mehmed II
1432-1481
r. 1444-46, 1451-81
Bayezid II
1448-1481-1512
Selim I
1466-1512-1520
Suleiman I
1494-1520-1566
Selim II
1524-1566-1574
Murad III
1546-1574-1595
Mehmed III
1566-1595-1603
Ahmed I
1590-1603-1617
Mustafa I
1591-1639
r. 1617-18, 1622-23
Osman II
1604-1618-1622
Murad IV
1612-1623-1640
Ibrahim
1615-1640-1648
Mehmed IV
1642-1693
r. 1648-1687
Suleiman II
1642-1687-1691
Ahmed II
1643-1691-1695
Mustafa II
1664-1695-1703
Ahmed III
1673-1736
r. 1703-1730
Mahmud I
1696-1730-1754
Osman III
1699-1754-1757
Mustafa III
1717-1757-1774
Abdul Hamid I
1725-1774-1789
Selim III
1761-1808
r. 1789-1807
Mustafa IV
1779-1807-1808
Mahmud II
1785-1808-1839
Abdulmejid I
1823-1839-1861
Abdulaziz
1830-1861-1876
Murad V
1840-1904
r. 1876
Abdul Hamid II
1842-1918
r. 1876-1909
Mehmed V
1844-1909-1918
Mehmed VI
1861-1926
r. 1918-1922

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Bibliography

  • Montgomery-Massingberd, Hugh, ed. (1980). "The Imperial Family of Turkey". Burke's Royal Families of the World. Volume II: Africa & the Middle East. London: Burke's Peerage. pp. 237–248. ISBN 978-0-85011-029-6. OCLC 18496936. |volume= has extra text (help)
  • Bernard Lewis, The Emergence of Modern Turkey (Studies in Middle Eastern History), Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA; 3rd edition (September 6, 2001); Paperback: 568 pages; ISBN 0-19-513460-5; ISBN 978-0-19-513460-5

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