Byzantine Emperors and Successors of Bayezid I: the Trajectory of Relations
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Byzantine Emperors and Successors of Bayezid I: the Trajectory of Relations
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S207987840002380-7-1
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10.18254/S0002380-7-1
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Natalia Zhigalova 
Occupation: Teaching Assistant of the Deapartment of Ancient History and the Middle Ages
Affiliation: Ural Federal University
Address: Russian Federation, Ekaterinburg
Abstract
The article is devoted to the problem of relations between the Byzantine emperors and successors of the Ottoman Sultan Bayezid I after the battle of Ankara in 1402. Based on the information of Byzantine historians of XV century, the author analyzes the nature of the contacts of the Byzantine rulers with the candidates for the Ottoman throne and identifies the priorities and contradictions of the Byzantine policy towards the Ottomans. The article shows that the authority of the Byzantine emperor among the Ottoman rulers was quite high, and this allowed Manuel II Palaeologus to play on the dynastic ambitions of applicants for the Ottoman throne and influence the policy of the Ottoman state until the beginning of the reign of Sultan Murad II, grandson of Bayezid I, in 1421.
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late Byzantium, the Ottoman Turks, Byzantine historians, Bayezid I, Manuel II Palaeologus, the Ottoman dynasty
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11.09.2018
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30.11.2018
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