Ali Pasha

Ali Pasha [ä΄lē pä shä′]
1741-1822; Turk. governor of Albania & part of Greece, including Janina: deposed & assassinated: called the Lion of Janina

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  • Ali Pasha — of Tepelen or of Yannina, the Lion of Yannina , (1741 ndash; January 24, 1822) was the ruler (pasha) of the western part of Rumelia, the Ottoman Empire s European territory which was also called European Turkey. His court was in Ioannina.His name …   Wikipedia

  • Ali Pasha — Ali Pasha, Paşa, Pachá o Bajá es una denominación referida a una persona, compuesta por el nombre propio masculino de origen árabe Ali, muy corriente en todo el mundo islámico, unido al título de origen otomano pachá. Puede referirse, al menos, a …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ali Pasha — /ali ˈpaʃə/ (say ahlee pahshuh) noun ( the Lion of Janina ), 1741–1822, Turkish governor of Albania and part of Greece; assassinated after plotting against Turkey …   Australian English dictionary

  • Ali Pasha — /ah lee pah shah /, (Arslan) 1741 1822, Turkish pasha and ruler of Albania 1787? 1820. * * * …   Universalium

  • Ali Pasha — A′li Pa′sha [[t]ˈɑ li, ɑˈli[/t]] n. big (Arslan) 1741–1822, Turkish pasha and ruler of Albania 1787?–1820 …   From formal English to slang

  • Ali Pasha — /ah lee pah shah /, (Arslan) 1741 1822, Turkish pasha and ruler of Albania 1787? 1820 …   Useful english dictionary

  • Ali Pasha Sherif — (1834 February 26, 1897) (in French: Ali Pacha Chérif) was an Egyptian government official and a renowned breeder of Arabian horses during the late 19th century. Contents 1 …   Wikipedia

  • Ali Pasha de Tepelen — Saltar a navegación, búsqueda Ali Pasha Ali Pasha …   Wikipedia Español

  • Alí Pashá de Yánina — Alí Pashá Alí Pasha Nacimiento …   Wikipedia Español

  • Ali Pasha (Ottoman admiral) — Ali Pasha ( ? October 7th, 1571)(or Muezzinzade Ali Pasha) ( tr. Müezzinzâde Ali Paşa), was an Ottoman official and general and finally grand admiral ( Kaptan ı Derya ) of the Ottoman Mediterranean fleet from 1569 to 1571, succeeding Piyale Pasha …   Wikipedia

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