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Great Seljuq Empire

The Great Seljuq Empire was a Turko-Persian empire. It existed from 1037 to 1194 AD, and was ruled by monarchy.
it has 2 ways and the first one they beat them up, they love and  cherish
Nothing. They won it from the Fatimids who were also an Islamic Dynasty. During this period, the Holy Land was a backwater region and was generally neglected.
The Seljuks converted to Sunni Islam.
Primarily Sunni . At the time, the Shia Fatimids were their main enemies.
The Seljuq dynasty was an Oghuz Turk Sunni Muslim dynasty that  gradually became a Persianate society and contributed to the  Turko-Persian tradition in the medieval West and Central Asia.   Wikipedia
Modern-day Turkey, modern-day Kyrgyzstan, the Middle East, and the  Arabian Peninsula all composed the Great Seljuq Empire, which  existed 1000 years ago.
The ruler who had defeated Christians in 1187 is Salahaddin Eyyubi, (A.K.A Saladin in Europe). It was the battle of Hattin.   However, there are rumors about Saladin's ethnicty; some believe he was a Kurdish general serving Seljuk Turks.
They adopted the Islamic religion and ruled the Middle East for more than 400 years.
No, the Somali nations were not conquered by the Turks, but they were allies.
seljuk´s were muslim and byzantines were chrystian but theydid grow  and fall in the same part of the world
The main cause for the demise of the Selijuk Empire was that no clear ruler emerged.
The Ottoman Dynasty eventually conquered the empire established by the Seljuk Turks
No, none whatsoever. The Seljuk Turks were empowered roughly in the 1100's. Augustus was in power in 30 BC to 14 AD. The Seljuk's belong in the medieval period of history, Augustus in the ancient period of history
The Seljuk Turks didn't defeat Constantinople it was the Ottoman Turks the Seljuk's couldn't even defeat the Byzantine Empire it was all the Ottoman's
Yes, it was captured in 1055,
It depends on the dates. Nishapur (1037-1043) Rey (1043-1051) Isfahan (1051-1118) (Division of the Empire) Hamadan, Western capital (1118-1194) | Merv, Eastern capital (1118-1153)
Yes. The Seljuks and Fatimids were enemies of one another and had  numerous conflicts over control of the southern Levant and the  Sinai. However, both Islamic Empires had other, less important,  adversaries.
No. Seljuks and Ottomans are from the same tribe (Oghuz tribe). When the Ottoman Turks came to Anatolia, it was the last years of Seljuk Empire.Ottomans helped Seljuks in their battle against Khwarazmids.After that, Seljuk sultan gave some land to Ottomans in Anatolia. Several years later, Seljuk...
Yes, as the need for a sturdy and powerful 'base' was needed for the Seljuk Turks.
In the Seljuk Empire, the vizier was a type of prime minister, of  the most famous of Seljuk Sultans, Malik Shah.
They attacked Christian pilgrims from Europe and closed pilgrimage routes to Jerusalem
the seljuks were baureaucrats
Hardly, it was the Byzantine Church who appealed to the pope forhelp.
No, the Seljuk Turks didn't build their capital at Baghdad on the Tigris River. The Abbasids built their capital at Baghdad on the Tigris River.
It is unclear who is meant by "the commoners". If the question is referring to the indigenous population of Anatolia, that initially resisted the Seljuk incursions from what is now Kazakhstan and Uzbekistan, these people were absorbed into the Seljuk Empire. Under Seljuk and Ottoman Occupation,...
The Seljuk Turks first conquered Jerusalem in 1073 and lost it to the Crusaders in 1099.
The Seljuks were not actually that important to Palestine. They conquered the territory and administered it until the Crusader States removed their control. The Seljuks did not build any impressive structures in Palestine, move any important populations into or out of Palestine, or help to define...
Seljuk Turks conquered Anatolia after their success at the Battle of Manzikert in 1078 CE.
Pope Urban made a very public and urgent plea in 1095 to all of Christendom after receiving a letter from the Byzantine Emperor Alexis describing the increasing danger from the Seljuk Turks, Tartars from Asia, who had already conquered the caliphate of Baghdad in 1055 and now were seeking to expand...
Pope Urban II granted the Byzantine emperor help against the Seljuk  Turks in order to liberate churches of God in eastern regions. Pope  Urban II passed away before receiving news of the fall of  Jerusalem.
Mahmud II of Great Seljuq died in 1131.
The Seljuk Turks mostly followed the Sunni Islamic faith.
Muhammad I - Seljuq sultan - died in 1118.
Seljuq campaigns in the Aegean happened in 1081.
The first crusades began when the Seljuk Turks Conquered Constantinople.
During the last Abbasids the central was weak and the strong dynasty was emerged by Seljuk who took the hold of central government, the whole military was control by them. they decided the administrative affairs and the Abbasids rule by name and they were decline.
Who marked the downfall of the Seljuk dynasty. He' asking that question dip-sh1t.^ Mongols.
BagdadWrong it is Nicaea.
The Seljuk Turks were a large and threatening force in the Middle East during the Middle Ages, and the Byzantine Empire suffered a crippling defeat at their hands at the Battle of Manzikert in 1071. Taking advantage of this victory and the ensuing turmoil within the Empire, the Turks were able to...
The Seljuks controlled all of the lands of the modern Turkish  people, plus modern-day Kyrgyzstan, all of the Middle East, and the  Arabian Peninsula.
The seljuk Turks are considered to be important because they ruled over Persia, Iraq, Syria, and Anatolia. After the defeat of the Byzantine empire the Turks led in a way to the crusades which at that time was good (in a way) because the European Christians brought lots of new ideas and mixed...
yes the Shi'ite Fatimids were enemies of the Turk Seljukstrue
  A large branch of the Oghuz Turks and a dynasty that reigned over parts of Central Asia and the midle east from the 11th century to the 14th century
they were a tribe from the tartars. actually the oldest person known in the seljuk dynasty is duqaq. he is the father of seljuk beg, of whom his family called after his name. seljuk dynasty's roots are tied to the "kinik" branch of oghuz Turks according to several sources of the time. an...
they were a tribe from the tartars
The Seljuk Turks occupied the area of Afghanistan and the eastern  part of Iran. They migrated in the 10th century from an area in  Persian Empire near the Syr-Darya River.
shahs in the Great Seljuk EmpireSultans in Seljuk Sultanate of RumBeg in the early times of the Great Seljuk Empire (such as Tugrul Beg, Cagri Beg, Arslan Israil Beg etc.)
It was when the Crusaders brought it to an end when they went to recapture the Holy City/Jerusalem
Death of Malik Shah affect the Seljuk Empire- no capable shah appeared to replace him. So, the empire quickly disintegrated into a loose collection of minor kingdoms.
they attacked the bazantine empire