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Eshrefids

 

Eshrefids

Eshrefids / Eşrefoğulları

1280–1326
Capital Beyşehir
Languages Turkish
Religion Sunni Islam
Government Emirate
Bey
 •  1280 Sulayman ibn Eshref Bey
 •  1326 Sulayman II Bey
Historical era Late Medieval
 •  Established 1280
 •  Disestablished 1326

The Eshrefids or Ashrafids (Modern Turkish: Eşrefoğulları or Eşrefoğulları Beyliği ) was one of the Anatolian beyliks.

Contents

  • Capital 1
  • Foundation 2
  • End of dynasty 3
  • List of rulers 4
  • See also 5
  • Literature 6
  • References 7

Capital

Its capital was in Beyşehir.

Foundation

It was one of the frontier principalities established by Oghuz Turkish clans after the decline of Sultanate of Rum.

End of dynasty

The dynasty ended when Mubariz al-Din Mehmed was executed by Timurtash

List of rulers

  • Sulayman ibn Eshref Bey (1280-1302)
  • Mubariz al-Din Mehmed Bey (1302-1320)
  • Sulayman II Bey (1320-26)

See also

Literature

  • Claude Cahen: Pre-Ottoman Turkey, 1969

References

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