The Great Seljuk Empire

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Full title: The Great Seljuk Empire / A. C. S. Peacock.
Main author: Peacock, A. C. S. (Author)
Format: Book           


Summary: The Great Seljuk Empire was the Turkish state which dominated the Middle East and Central Asia in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. This book surveys that period, which was one of exceptional importance, witnessing profound demographic, religious, political and social changes in the Islamic Middle East. The Turkish invasions played a role in provoking the Crusades, led to the collapse of Byzantine power in Anatolia and brought about the beginnings of Turkish settlement in what is now Turkey and Iran, permanently altering their ethnic and linguistic composition.
Language: English
Published: Edinburgh : Edinburgh University Press, 2015
Classmark: NS956.014 /745517
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Series: Edinburgh History of the Islamic Empires
Bibliography: Includes bibliographical references (pages 338-360), glossary, and index.
ISBN: 9780748638277
9780748638253
0748638261
9780748638260