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Devlet Hatun

Devlet Hatun
Born Devlet
Kütahya, Germiyan
Died 1411
Bursa
Resting place Devlet Hatun Türbesi in Bursa
Ethnicity Turkish
Religion Islam
Spouse(s) Beyazid I
Children Mehmed I, and İsa Çelebi
Parents Yakub II Shah, chief of the Germiyanids

Devlet Hatun (died 1411) was the wife of Ottoman Sultan Beyazid I and the daughter of Yakub Shah of Germiyan. She was a descendant of Mevlânâ Celâleddin-î Rûm-î through his son Sultan Walad, whose daughter Mutahhara Khātûn was an ancestor of her father. She was the mother of sultan Mehmed I and İsa Çelebi. Mehmed and İsa, along with their other brothers from different mothers Musa, Süleyman, and Mustafa, would fight for the Ottoman throne in the Ottoman Interregnum following their father's defeat in the Battle of Ankara in 1402. However, she was not Valide Sultan to Mehmed, because she died before his victory that ended the interregnum.[1]

Devlet Hatun should not be confused with Despina Hatun, another one of Beyazid's wives, who married him just after the Battle of Kosovo in 1389.

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ar:دولت هاتون
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