Seljuk


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any one of the Turkish dynasties that ruled Asia Minor from the 11th to the 13th centuries

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Speaking of the powerful state associations created by the ancestors of the Turkmen, including the great Seljuk Turkmen state, the great Parthian Empire, they left valuable heritage to the generations that deals with the diplomatic service too.
Among the finds the coins of Seljuk sultans, Atabeys, including their masters are worth mentioning.
In 1087, Italian sailors stole the body and brought it to Italy, supposedly to protect it from invading Seljuk Turks.
Its museum displays 43,500 artefacts from the Paleolithic, Neolithic, Chalcolithic, Bronze, Hittite, Hellenistic, Roman, Byzantine, Seljuk and Ottoman periods.
Kirkuk and the surrounding areas were then ruled by the Seljuk Turks for many years.
The 61 artisan rooms, spread across 67,000 sq ft, are a treasure trove of influences from Ottoman, Seljuk and Azerbaijani cultures, covering several eras, featuring art, handcrafted building materials, decorative wallpapers, silk rugs, marble, fountains, while featuring the latest technology, which seamlessly integrates throughout the property.
Ajwa Hotel Sultanahmet stays true to its Arab roots and the hotel's design features carvings made by Topkapi restorers, wooden and mother of pearl ornaments- created by a Syrian craftsman, handmade furniture, Tabriz silk carpets, valuable paintings by Azerbaijani artists, Seljuk and Ottoman inspired architecture, marble work and intricately handcrafted Iznik tiles.
Cases containing Seljuk, Ilkhanid, and later ceramics--some of which are breathtaking masterpieces highlighted in Bernard O'Kane's illustrated guide book to the museum--are labelled 'Iran 12th-14th century'.
The city's Great Mosque -- one of Aleppo's most famous cultural sites -- has two large craters along one wall, and its 50-meter-high Seljuk minaret, dating from 1095 and considered one of the most important monuments of medieval Syria, collapsed as a result of shelling in March 2013.
Featuring ceramic marionettes fashioned as human-animal hybrids, the work ends in 1146 with the assassination and burial of Imad ad-Din Zengi, a Turkish governor who was a hero of the Seljuk Empire and founder of the Zengid dynasty, following a scene in which a single dying puppet calls for tolerance.
In this context, Urdu Departments in Ankara University, Istanbul University, and Seljuk University (Konya) shall be further strengthened by providing more books and reading materials, facilitating student exchanges, and bringing scholars from Pakistan.
Seljuk and Safavid era are known as brilliant ages from the aspect of historical cultural, artistic and scientific developments in Iran Islamic civilization.
Turkey has recently restored and preserved churches and cathedrals on the Ani Archaeological Site, Seljuk artifacts, the Church of the Holy Cross on Akdamar Island and structures from the Byzantine era as part of a concerted effort to preserve historical sites.
Despite her significance in the history of Turkey, Mahperi Hatun is not a familiar name in the West, nor is that of her husband, the Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad I.