Ahmed Resmî Efendi Ahmed Resmî Efendi (English, "Ahmed Efendi of Resmo"), also called Ahmed bin İbrahim Giridî ("Ahmed the son of İbrahim the Cretan"), was a Greek-Ottoman
Ahmed Vefik Pasha Ahmed Vefik Pasha (3 July, 1823, Constantinople – 2 April, 1891), was an Ottoman statesman, diplomat, playwright, and translator of the Tanzimat and First Constitutional periods.
Al-Khazini Abu al-Fath Abd al-Rahman Mansour al-Khāzini or simply Abu al-Fath Khāzini (أبو الفتح الخازني, ابولفتح خازنی) (flourished 1115–1130) was a Muslim astronomer of Greek ethnicity ...
Atik Sinan Sinan-i Atik, also known as Azadlı Sinan and Atik Sinan (meaning Sinan the Freedman; azadlı shows that atik does not mean old, and is not used to distinguish him from Koca Mimar Sina...
Cretan Turks The Cretan Turks (Greek: Τουρκοκρητικοί, Tourkokritikoi, Turkish: Giritli, Girit Türkleri, or Giritli Türkler), Muslim-Cretans or Cretan Muslims were the Muslim inhab...
Damad Hasan Pasha Damad Hasan Psaha Modern Turkish: Moralı Enişte Hasan Pasha, Greek Ottoman Grand Vizier.
Damian of Tarsus Damian (died 924), known in Arabic as Damyanah and surnamed Ghulam Yazman ("slave/page of Yazman"), was a Byzantine Greek convert to Islam, emir of Tarsus in 896–897 and one of the m...
Gawhar al-Siqilli Gawhar al-Siqilli (Gawhar the Sicilian) (born c. 928-930, died 992) (Arabic: جوهر الصقلي) also called al-Rumi (the Greek) main transliteration: Gawhar as-Siqilli al-Rumi was t...
Gazi Evrenos Evrenos or Evrenuz (Gazi Hadji Evrenos Bey; d. at 17 November 1417 in Yenice-i Vardar) was an Ottoman military commander, with an unlikely long-lived career and lifetime.
Greek Muslims Greek Muslims, also known as Greek-speaking Muslims, are Muslims of Greek ethnic origin whose adoption of Islam (and often the Turkish language and identity) dates to the period of Ottoman rule in the southern Balkans.
Handan Sultan Handan Sultan or Devletlu İsmetlu Handan Valide Sultan Aliyyetü'ş-Şân Hazretleri (Daulatlu Ismatlu Handan Validā Sultâna 'Aliyāt ûsh-Shân Hazrātlāri) (ca.
Hüseyin Hilmi Pasha Hüseyin Hilmi Pasha (also spelled Hussein Hilmi Pasha) (1 April 1855 – 1922) was a statesman and twice Grand Vizier of the Ottoman Empire around the time of the Second Constitutional Era.
Ibrahim Edhem Pasha Ibrahim Edhem Pasha (1819–1893) was an Ottoman statesman who held the office of Grand Vizier in the beginning of Abdulhamid II's reign between 5 February 1877 and 11 January 1878.
Köse Mihal Köse Mihal (13th century – c. 1340); (English: Michael the beardless, and Michael with the goatee) accompanied Osman al-Ghazi in his ascent to power as an Emir and founder of the Ottoman Empire.
Leo of Tripoli Leo of Tripoli was a Greek renegade and pirate serving Arab interests in the early tenth century.
Pargalı Ibrahim Pasha Pargalı Ibrahim Pasha ("Ibrahim Pasha of Parga"; 1493, Parga, Republic of Venice – 15 March 1536, Constantinople, Ottoman Empire), also known as Frenk Ibrahim Pasha ("the Westerner"), M...
Pargalı İbrahim Pasha Pargalı İbrahim Pasha (1493 or 1494–1536) — also called Frenk İbrahim Pasha — was the first Grand Vizier in the Ottoman Empire appointed by Suleiman the Magnificent (r.
Raghib Pasha Isma'il ibn Ahmad ibn Hassan bani Yani (إسماعيل بن أحمد بن حسن بني يني), known simply as Isma'il Ragheb Pasha (إسماعيل راغب باشا) (1819–1884), was a Greek Ottoman politician who served as ...
Savvas Gentsoglou Savvas Gentsoglou (Σάββας Γκέντσογλου) (born on 19 September 1990) is a Greek football player currently playing as a defensive midfielder for Italian team Spezia on loan fron Sampdoria.
Vallahades The Vallahades or Valaades (Βαλαάδες) were a Greek-speaking, Muslim population who lived along the river Haliacmon in southwest Greek Macedonia, in and around Anaselitsa (modern Neapoli) and Grevena.
Yaqut al-Hamawi Yāqūt ibn-'Abdullah al-Rūmī al-Hamawī) (1179–1229) (ياقوت الحموي الرومي) was an Islamic biographer and geographer renowned for his encyclopedic writings on the Muslim world.
Zeibeks Zeibeks or sometimes Zeybeks were irregular militia and guerrilla fighters living in the Aegean Region of the Ottoman Empire from late 17th to early 20th centuries, generally of Yörük origins.