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Emine Gülbahar Hatun

Emine Gülbahar Hatun
Born Emine
Died 1492
Known for Valide Sultan of the Bayezid II
Spouse(s) Fatih Sultan Mehmed

Emine Gülbahar Hatun or Gülbahar Hatun (circa 1434 – 1492) was the first wife of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II, and Valide Sultan of Ottoman Sultan Bayezid II for eleven years from 1481 until 1492.


Of Albanian origin,[1][2] she was one of Ottoman Sultan Mehmed II's spouses. title = Sultan II. Bayezid Han | accessdate = 6 February 2009 | publisher=Republic of Turkey Ministry of Culture and Tourism}}[3] the biological mother of Bayezid, the older son of Mehmed II, had died fourteen years before his accession to the Ottoman throne, Emine Gülbahar Hatun assumed the role of Valide Sultan for eleven years as the widow of Mehmed II and the mother of Bayezid II.

She entered the Imperial Harem in or around 1446, exerted some influence, played an important part in the life of the Harem as the first wife of Fatih Sultan Mehmed and the stepmother of Sultan Bayezid II in the history of the Ottoman Dynasty.

In popular media

In 2012 film, Fetih 1453, Gülbahar Hatun was portrayed by Şahika Koldemir.

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Preceded by
Emine Hatun
Valide Sultan
Succeeded by
Ayşe Hafsa Sultan
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