Halime Hatun

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Halime Hatun
حلیمه خاتون
Halime Hatun'un mezarı.JPG
Grave of Halime Hatun
BornUnknown
Died1254
Sögüt
BurialSöğüt
SpouseErtuğrul
IssueOsman I
Gündüz Alp
Savcı Bey
ReligionIslam

Halime Hatun (Ottoman Turkish: حلیمه خاتون‎) was the wife of Ertuğrul Bey, and the mother of Osman I, the founder of the Ottoman Empire.[citation needed]

Biography[edit]

Halime Hatun (born Halime Sultan) was a Seljuk princess who was the daughter of Mesud II[dubious ]. She married Ertuğrul and gave birth to three sons, Osman I, Gündüz Alp and Savcı Bey. Historian Heath W. Lowry states that Osman I's mother is unknown.[1] The burial place of Halime Hatun is located in the garden of the Ertuğrul Gazi's grave in Söğüt.

Name[edit]

Her birth name was Halime Sultan as she belonged to the Seljuk Family[dubious ] but as she became the member of the Kayi Tribe, she was called Halime Hatun.

In Popular Culture[edit]

Esra Bilgiç appeared as Halime Hatun in the Turkish tv-series Diriliş: Ertuğrul.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Lowry, Heath W. (1 February 2012). "Nature of the Early Ottoman State, The". SUNY Press. Retrieved 26 December 2017 – via Google Books.