- Author:Andrew Peacock,Sara Nur Yildiz
- Publisher:I.B. Tauris & Co Ltd (December 11, 2012)
- Pages:288 pages
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She earned her PhD from the University of Chicago in 2006 with a thesis entitled Mongol Rule in Thirteenth-century Seljuk Anatolia: the Politics of Conquest and History Writing, 1243–1282, and has taught at the universities of Manchester and Istanbul Bilgi.
indd 115 10/5/2012 12:13:40 PM 116 THE SELJUKS OF ANATOLIA Byzantine and Seljuk cultural spaces. The surviving information is rather scant and only covers the end of the twelfth to the mid-thirteenth century.
Here, Andrew Peacock and Sara Nur Yildiz explore the history of Anatolia under Seljuk rule in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, examining developments in culture, politics, religion and society and shedding new light on the influence of the dynasty within Anatolia and throughout.
Here, Andrew Peacock and Sara Nur Yildiz explore the history of Anatolia under Seljuk rule in the twelfth and thirteenth centuries, examining developments in culture, politics, religion and society and shedding new light on the influence of the dynasty within Anatolia and throughout Western Asia. The Seljuks of Anatolia examines the crucial aspect of the Seljuk dynastic identity, and how this related to their royal households, and to the material and literary arts they sought to influence and promote through patronage.
PDF On Dec 4, 2015, George Malagaris and others published The Seljuks of Anatolia: Court and .
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The Seljuks of Anatolia book. One of the most powerful dynasties to rule in the medieval Middle East, the Seljuks played a critical role in the development of Anatolia's multi-ethnic, multi-confessional identity.
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A historian of medieval Anatolia, she is currently working on the intellectual and religious history of medieval Islamic Anatolia, spanning the Seljuk and early Ottoman periods, with a focus on textual production and circulation, the transfer of Islamic knowledge and learning, manuscript culture, vernacularization and medical texts. The Seljuks of Anatolia: Court and Society in the Medieval Middle East.
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society. The Seljuks of Anatolia: Court and Society in the Mediaeval Middle East. pp. xiii, pp. 308. . Tauris, London & New York, 2013. School of Oriental and African Studies, gl1. Published online by Cambridge University Press: 15 November 2013.