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Title

ANALYSIS OF THE RELATIONS OF SELJUK OF ROME GOVERNMENT WITH THE ABBASID CALIPHATE

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FROOZANI S.A. | ROSSTA J.

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 Start Page 97 | End Page 126

Abstract

 The SELJUK OF ROME government was about the year 470 AH by one of the influential people from Seljuk tribe who named Sulayman ibn Qutlumush. He attacked to the borders of the Byzantine Empire and major cities such as Konya and Iznik (Nikaea) were held and a powerful state in the land of Anatolia (Asia Minor) was built. It lasted unit 708 AH. On the other hand’survived and half cent6uries. The present paper deals with the analysis of the relations between the Sultans of SELJUK OF ROME and the Abbasid Caliphs. Although the ABBASID CALIPHATE was overthrown by Hulagu Khan Mongoll in 656 AH. And kings of Seljuk Rome were standing out until half a century after that, the coincidence of nearly two centuries of dominion of Seljuk and ABBASID CALIPHATE cover the relationship that had started by sending the charter government, the robe and the flag from the Abbasid Caliph Al-Muqtadi to Sulayman I (Sulayman ibn Qutlumush). It continued until the Abbasid Caliphs were overthrown. Before discussion about relations between both governments, the formation process of SELJUK OF ROME is mentioned.

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