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Abdülaziz, Sultan of the Turks, 1830-1876

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Personal name headingAbdülaziz, Sultan of the Turks, 1830-1876
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Variant(s)ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz, Sultan of the Turks, 1830-1876
Abdul-Aziz, Sultan of the Turks, 1830-1876
Abdülaziz oglu Mahmud II, Sultan of the Turks, 1830-1876
Associated countryTurkey
Birth date1830-02-08
Death date1876-06-04
Place of birthIstanbul (Turkey)
Place of deathIstanbul (Turkey)
Field of activityTurkey--History--Ottoman Empire, 1288-1918
Profession or occupationTurkey--Kings and rulers
Found inSultan Abdülaziz'in katilleri, 1910 or 1911.
Türk meşhurları ans. (Abdülaziz, Sultan, 1830-1876)
Collier's enc. (Abdul-Aziz; 1830-1876; 32nd Ottoman Sultan, ruled 1861-1876)
İslâm ans. (Abdülaziz; ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz; 3rd son of Mahmut II; b. Feb. 1830 / 15 Şaban 1245; became Sultan 25 June 1861 / 17 Zilhicce 1277; deposed 29/30 May 1876; committed suicide 4 June 1876.)
Enc. of Islam, 2nd ed. (ʻAbd al-ʻAzīz; b. 9 Feb. 1830; became Sultan 20 June 1861; deposed 30 March 1876; committed suicide a few days later)
Enc. Britannica, 15th ed. (Abdülaziz; in full Abdülaziz oglu Mahmud II; Feb. 9, 1830-June 4, 1876; Ottoman Sultan 1861-1876)
Enc. Americana (Abdul-Aziz, 1830-1876, 32nd Sultan of Turkey; ruled 1861-1876)
Wikipedia, March 13, 2019 (Abdülaziz; born 8 February 1830, Istanbul; died 4 June 1876, Çiraǧan Palace, Istanbul; cultivated good relations with the Second French Empire and the British Empire; in 1867 he was the first Ottoman sultan to visit Western Europe; also in 1867 he became the first Ottoman Sultan to formally recognize the title of Khedive to be used by the Vali (Governor) of the Ottoman Eyalet of Egypt and Sudan (1517-1867, which thus became the autonomous Ottoman Khedivate of Egypt and Sudan (1867-1914); deposed by his ministers on 30 May 1876; his death a few days later was documented as a suicide at the time, but possibly an assassination)
Not found inAcademic American enc.