Osman I Timeline

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  • c. 1258 CE - c. 1323 CE
    Life of Osman I.
  • c. 1280 CE
    Osman I succeeds his father Ertuğrul as ruler of his territory.
  • 1299 CE
    Osman I’s forces lay siege to Nicaea.
  • 1300 CE
    Osman I’s forces capture the city of Yenşiehir and make it the first capital of Osman’s Beylik.
  • 1301 CE
    The Byzantine Empire breaks the siege of Nicaea.
  • 1302 CE
    Osman I’s forces defeat the Byzantines at the Battle of Bapheus.
  • 1308 CE
    The Bithynian capital of Prusa is put under siege by Osman I and his army.
  • c. 1323 CE
    Osman I dies and his son Orhan succeeds him.
  • 1326 CE
    Orhan successfully captures the city of Prusa, which he renames Bursa.

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1258 CE - 1323 CE: Life of Osman I.
 
1280 CE: Osman I succeeds his father Ertuğrul as ruler of his territory.
 
1299 CE: Osman I’s forces lay siege to Nicaea.
 
 
1300 CE: Osman I’s forces capture the city of Yenşiehir and make it the first capital of Osman’s Beylik.
 
1301 CE: The Byzantine Empire breaks the siege of Nicaea.
 
1302 CE: Osman I’s forces defeat the Byzantines at the Battle of Bapheus.
 
1308 CE: The Bithynian capital of Prusa is put under siege by Osman I and his army.
 
1323 CE: Osman I dies and his son Orhan succeeds him.
 
1326 CE: Orhan successfully captures the city of Prusa, which he renames Bursa.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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