|Haseki Sultan of the Ottoman Empire
|Tenure||6 October 1692 – 6 February 1695|
|Predecessor||Emetullah Rabia Gülnuş Sultan|
(Imperial consorts lost the title sultan)
|Died||14 January 1712
Eski Palace, Beyazıt Square, Istanbul, Ottoman Empire
|Burial||Suleiman the Magnificent Mausoleum, Süleymaniye Mosque, Istanbul|
Rabia Sultan, whose original name is unknown, was captured during one of the raids by Tatars and sold into slavery. It were probably one of Ahmed's sisters, who gave Rabia to Ahmed as a concubine, as his own mother, Hatice Muazzez Sultan, had died before his accession to the throne. The women of the Ottoman sultan lived in the Imperial Harem, one of the most important elements of the Ottoman court. According to Ottoman tradition, she was given an Arabic name. Very little is known about Rabia Sultan, principally because neither sultans left sons who survived their father's death to reach the throne, thereby bringing their mothers to public attention as Valide Sultan.
On 6 October 1692, she gave birth to twin sons, Şehzade Ibrahim and Şehzade Selim, followed by a daughter, Asiye Sultan on 24 December 1693. After Ahmed's death in 1695, Rabia along with her daughter Asiye Sultan and other members of Ahmed's entourage were permanently exiled to the Old Palace. Her only surviving child, Şehzade Ibrahim, was given to the new Valide Emetullah Rabia Gülnuş Sultan.
Rabia's titles include: Sultanü'l-muhadderat, umdetü'l-muvahhirat, tacü'l-mesturat, dürre-i dürr-i ismet, gurre-i bürci'l-iffet, sahibü'd-devleti'l-kariyye, Fatimatü'z-zaman, Ayişetü'd-devran, el-mahfufe bir sınuf-ı avatıfı'l-meliki'l-mennan cenab-ı haseki Rabia Sultan Hazretlerinin
- "Turkey: The Imperial House of Osman". web.archive.org. Archived from the original on May 2, 2006. Retrieved 6 February 2014.
- Leslie P. Peirce (1993). The Imperial Harem: Women and Sovereignty in the Ottoman Empire. Oxford University Press. pp. 106–107. ISBN 978-0-195-08677-5.
Emetullah Rabia Gülnuş Sultan
6 October 1692 – 6 February 1695