Abaza Mehmed Pasha

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Abaza Pasha

Abaza Mehmed Pasha (Turkish: Abaza Mehmed Paşa; 1576–August 23, 1634) was a statesman and military commander of the Ottoman Empire, the namesake of the Abaza rebellion.[1] He was the beylerbey of the Bosnia Eyalet in 1628–1631. He was executed by sultan Murat IV in 1634.

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  1. ^ Selcuk Aksin Somel (13 February 2003). Historical Dictionary of the Ottoman Empire. Scarecrow Press. pp. 37–. ISBN 978-0-8108-6606-5.