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Bajazet

Bajazet ruler of the Ottomans (1389–1402), who overran the provinces of the eastern Empire and besieged Constantinople, but was defeated and taken prisoner by Timor (Tamerlane).

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Bajazet

Bajazet: For Ottoman sultans and princes thus named, use Beyazid.

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