Mardin Müzesi'ndeki Nureddin Zengi Sikkeleri

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2018-03-18

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Journal of Islamicjerusalem Studies

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info:eu-repo/semantics/openAccess

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The Zengid dynasty is one of the prominent Turkish states that ruled Iraq, Syria and eastern and south-eastern Anatolia regions (today within contemporary Turkey) with Aleppo and Mosul as their centre between 1127 and 1233. Apart from Mosul and Aleppo, it had three more principalities centred in Cizre, Sinjar and Shahrizor. The state founded in 1127 when Imad al-Din Zengi was appointed to govern Mosul dominated a vast area, and then, they saw the Crusaders as their primary enemy and laid the foundations until the conquest of Jerusalem by Salah al-Din al-Ayoubi. One of the greatest sultans of the Zengids was Nur al-Din Zengi (1118-1174) who came to Aleppo and ascended the throne upon the death of Imad al-Din Zengi at Qal ‘

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Zengiler, Nureddin Zengi, Mardin, Sikke

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