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  Saladin - LoveToKnow 1911
Such authority as remained to the orthodox caliph of Bagdad (see Caliphate) or the heretical Fatimites of Cairo was exercised by their viziers.
Zengi, atabeg of Mosul, had inaugurated the sacred war by his campaigns in Syria (1137-1146).
In 1183 he induced the atabeg Imad-ud-din to exchange Aleppo for the insignificant Sinjar and in 1186 received the homage of the atabeg of Mosul.
www.1911encyclopedia.org /Saladin   (1298 words)

  
  Atabeg - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
Atabeg or Atabey is a title of nobility of Turkic origin, indicating a governor of a nation or province who was subordinate to a monarch.
The title of Atabeg was common during the Seljuk rule of the Near East starting in the 12th century.
It was common in Mesopotamia (Iraq) The beginning of the 12th century was the age of the atabegs (regents or stadtholders).
www.arikah.net /encyclopedia/Atabeg   (486 words)

  
 ORB: The Online Reference Book for Medieval Studies
By manipulating the fears of his fellow Crusaders in the face of an impending attack by Kerbogha, the atabeg of Mosul, Bohemond was able to secure their assent to his dominion of the city and surrounding territory.
During the remaining few years of his regency, Tancred was almost continuously in conflict with either his Muslim neighbors or the imperial forces.
In 1110 and again in 1111, Mawdud, atabeg of Mosul, in alliance with Damascus, attacked Latin Syria.
www.the-orb.net /textbooks/crusade/antioch.html   (2650 words)

  
 Salgurlular
Atabeg Zengî’nin 1178 senesinde ölümü üzerine yerine beþ oðlundan, daha önce veliaht tâyin ettiði Tekle geçti.
Devletin baþýnda sultan veya hükümdâr yerine atabeg unvaný taþýyan bir hânedân üyesi bulunmaktaydý.
Atabeg Sa’d’ýn yaptýrdýðý en önemli eserlerden biri, bugün bile Þîrâz’da mevcut olan Mescid-i Nev veya Mescid-i Atabegi adýyla meþhur Câmi-i Cedîd-i Þîrâz’dýr.
www.dallog.com /atabeylik/salgur.htm   (1509 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Battle of Azaz
Joscelin I of Edessa had captured Azaz in northern Syria from the atabeg of Aleppo in 1118.
The next year the Crusaders under Roger of Salerno were severely defeated at the Battle of Ager Sanguinis, and Baldwin II of Jerusalem was captured while patrolling in Edessa in 1123.
This caught the attention of il-Bursuqi, the Seljuk atabeg of Mosul.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Battle_of_Azaz   (375 words)

  
 Kerbogha - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Kerbogha was Atabeg of Mosul during the First Crusade and was renowned as a soldier.
In 1098, when he heard that the Crusaders had besieged Antioch, he gathered his troops and marched to relieve the city.
When Bohemond, the leader of the Christian army decided to attack, Kerbogha was taken by surprise because the information he had received was of a weak, disorganized Christian army.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Kerbogha   (311 words)

  
 Islam during the Crusades   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The next leader to emerge was Zengi, atabeg of Mosul.
An atabeg is a Turkish term for a governor, something akin to a count (comes) in the Latin west.
That same year, 1138, Zengi married Zumurrud, the mother of the atabeg of Damascus.
crusades.boisestate.edu /islam/08.shtml   (339 words)

  
 Nureddin
(1118-1174) Atabeg of Syria, belonging to the Zangid Dynasty.
He was a central ruler over Muslim armies that were central in both uniting Muslim territories in a joint battle against the Christian Crusader strongholds in the Middle East.
Nureddin's accomplishment reached far beyond the military and political achievements: many mosques were built from the booty collected on his campaigns, as well as a schools, hospitals and caravansaries.
i-cias.com /e.o/nureddin.htm   (384 words)

  
 Ruhnama   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Happy is the man who raises the child as affectionate toward mankind, as a knowledgeable person that has the ability to foresee trouble.
An Atabeg educated the son of a Soltan for 18 years.
The Soltan’s son was raised as a brave man, a perfect horseman, and as sharp as an eagle.
www.ruhnama.info /ruhnama-en/kitap-htm/s349.htm   (289 words)

  
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After the premature death of his father he was taken under the protection of Sa'd b.
Zengi, the atabeg of Fars, who sent him to pursue his studies in the famous medresseh of Baghdad, the Nizamiyya, where he remained about thirty years (1196-1224).
About 1210 (A.H. 6o6) his literary fame had spread as far as Kashgar in Turkistan, which the young poet (who in honour of his patron had assumed the name of Sa'di) visited in his twenty-sixth or twenty-seventh year.
encyclopedia.jrank.org /correction/edit?locale=en&content_id=58247   (1097 words)

  
 YourArt.com >> Encyclopedia >> Duqaq   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Duqaq had the support of Yaghi-Siyan of Antioch, who had no quarrel with Radwan but disliked Radwan's atabeg Janah ad-Dawla; joining Yaghi-Siyan and Duqaq was Ilghazi, governor of Jerusalem.
However, Radwan soon quarrelled with Janah ad-Dawla, who captured Hims from him, and with his atabeg out of the alliance, Yaghi-Siyan was much more willing to assist him.
Duqaq fell sick in 1104, and on the advice of his mother, appointed his own atabeg Toghtegin as atabeg to his young son Tutush II.
www.yourart.com /research/encyclopedia.cgi?subject=/Duqaq   (432 words)

  
 FZ˜AL﷓AL﷓DÈN KERMAÚNÈ, ABUÚ H®AÚMED AH®MAD B
He accompanied the shah, the atabeg, and the vizier Maèd-al-d^n b.
When he went to Yazd to fetch his wife and children, he received an offer from the atabeg of Yazd to become secretary of the court and director of the hospital of Yazd, but he refused and returned to Kerma@n, where he became a secretary (dab^r) of Malek D^na@r.
He conducted a moÞa@¿ara (poetic contest) in the presence of the atabeg Sa¿d b.
www.iranica.com /newsite/articles/v1f6/v1f6a034.html   (620 words)

  
 Antioch
And they had successfully depleted the city's food supply during the siege, and now supplies were extremely limited.
Kerbogha, the Atabeg of Mosul, and a soldier of great reputation, had gathered troops and marched on Antioch upon learning of the Crusader siege of the city, and was encamped outside the city walls by June 7th, four days after the Crusaders captured the city.
Infighting amongst the Atabegs armies made an attached by Bohemond, at this point, a good idea.
www.medievalcrusades.com /antioch.htm   (1064 words)

  
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The Knights of the Emperor are infamous for the exile of the Florazans and regularly skirmish with the forces of the Atabeg of Ramtra.
The Atabeg of Ramtra reports that they have often employed Air Barges to supply their forces in the field, and their compliment of Naphtha Fountains, Stormers and Moving Armours is both extensive and well-maintained.
The Knights of the Emperor are distinguished by the fl emblem of the Eagle of the Zantoran Emperor that appears on their white surcoats.
www3.sympatico.ca /iftikhar.ahmad/OrdersofKnights.doc   (880 words)

  
 Kerbogha was Atabeg Atabeg of Mosul Mosul during the First...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Kerbogha was Atabeg Atabeg of Mosul Mosul during the First...
"Kerbogha" was Atabeg Atabeg of Mosul Mosul during the First Crusade First Crusade and was renowned as a soldier soldier.
When Bohemond Bohemond, the leader of the Christian army decided to attack, Kerbogha was taken by surprise because the information he had received was of a weak, disorganized Christian army.
www.biodatabase.de /Kerbogha   (281 words)

  
 Paradox Interactive Forums - Upon the desert sands: A Mongol Empire Scenario   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
The brave atabeg noticed the banner of the prince of Antioch flying as the horsemen got closer and clenched his teeth in fury.
Raymond lunged forward leading with the tip of his sword, and while the atabeg managed to parry the sword downwards, the Crusader's shield collided with Nur al-Din and knocked him tumbling to the ground.
We trust that their is no need for us to question your continued loyalty to the Sultan, atabeg?" Duman caught a yawn at the end of his statement, stifling.
www.europa-universalis.com /forum/printthread.php?t=142507   (5152 words)

  
 Nizameddin abu Mohammed Iljas ibn Jusof: Nizami   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
His works were dedicated to local rulers, as was the custom — to the Atabegs and the Seljuk ruler Tughril bin Arslan — and there was apparently a Diwan (collection) of short poems, most of which have not survived.
The second is a romantic tangle between Shah Khosrau Parwiz, the Armenian princess Shirin and the architect Ferhad, the latter dispatched by an ingenious trick.
The poem was dedicated to the local Atabeg ruler, who rewarded the poet with the revenue of two villages.
www.poetrymagic.co.uk /poets/nezami.html   (826 words)

  
 Iran Substates
Ruled the territory after the death of her husband, Amir Boz-Aba, and ounded the madrasa in Shiraz.
After the death of her husband, Atabeg Sa'd II bin Abi Bakr bin Sa'd bin Zangi, she was duly confirmed by ruler of Fars by the Ilkhan Hülegü.
She then married a kinsman, presumably as part of some now forgotten dynastic pact, but he killed her in a drunken frenzy and subsequently rebelled against the Ilkhan.
www.guide2womenleaders.com /Iran_Substates.htm   (452 words)

  
 Saladin The Warrior
For this reason, the major part of Saladin's lifetime was a period of many battles and was partly responsible for the great loss of Christian lives.
Both of these were generals in the army of Zengi, who was an Atabeg of Mosul.
At that time, Nuriddin was the Supreme Captain of all armies and this gave Saladin a great opportunity to observe the techniques of warfare, for both Ayub and Shirguh were close friends of Nuriddin.
www.thenationofislam.org /Saladin.html   (1035 words)

  
 Barony Of Vatavia, Protector of the Faith
It took nearly a quarter of a century for the Moslems to respond to the capture of Jerusalem by the Crusaders.
Internal rivalries quickly broke out as the atabeg of Mosul took Northern Syria, while the atabegs of Damascus and Aleppo argued over the guardianship of as-Salih Ismail.
His main rivals were the atabegs of Mosul, descendants of Zanghi.
www.baronyofvatavia.org /articles/hisfig/saladin021983as17.php   (1983 words)

  
 Atabeg - MedPort-Lexikon   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
Atabeg war ein Adelstitel türkischen Ursprungs (Bey), mit dem ein Statthalter einer Provinz bezeichnet wurde.
Der Atabeg unterstand dem Monarchen, war in der Rangfolge aber dem Khan übergeordnet.
Der berühmteste Atabeg ist wohl Zengi, der ab 1128 Mosul regierte und sich bald als unabhängiger Herrscher in Nordmesopotamien und Syrien einschließlich Aleppo etablierte.
www.medport.de /lexikon/index.php?title=Atabeg&action=edit   (134 words)

  
 Radwan
He was the son of Tutush I and brother of Duqaq, but was raised by his tutor (atabeg) Janah ad-Dawla al-Husain.
When Tutush died in 1096, Radwan inherited his Syrian possessions and ruled from Aleppo, though Janah ad-Dawla was in charge of actual governance.
In 1128 the city was united with Mosul by the atabeg of the latter, Zengi.
www.danceage.com /biography/sdmc_Radwan   (479 words)

  
 Mu'in ad-Din Unur - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
When Zengi, the atabeg of Aleppo, besieged Damascus in 1135, Mu'in ad-Din was at the head of army defending the city.
That year the Burid Shihab ad-Din Mahmud took control of Damascus after the assassination of his brother; when Zengi gave up the siege and instead besieged Hims, Shahib ad-Din sent Yusuf bin Furuz and Mu'in ad-Din to govern it, with Yusuf acting as Mu'in ad-Din's lieutenant.
In 1138, Shihab ad-Din appointed Mu'in ad-Din atabeg of Damascus and gave him the title Isfahsaller.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mu'in_ad-Din_Unur   (911 words)

  
 Zangid Dynasty
While not finished by the Zangids, rather the Ayyubids, several of the most central elements here are classified as Zangid; include a tall and square minaret, contrasted by a marble-floored court.
1127: Zangi becomes atabeg of Mosul, from where he would quickly start exercising his military strength.
1181: The Syrian territories fall to the atabeg of Mosul, allowing the reunification of the Zangid territory.
i-cias.com /e.o/zangid_d.htm   (421 words)

  
 Outremer   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
As would often happen, if the Crusader states grew strong enough to threaten the general balance of power in the region, larger powers took notice.
In this case, it was il-Bursuqi, the atabeg of Mosul.
The following year, the atabeg advanced into Edessan territory and laid siege to the town of Zerdana.
crusades.boisestate.edu /outremer/12.shtml   (336 words)

  
 Iranica.com - HAZAÚRASPIDS   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
HAZAÚRASPIDS, a local dynasty of Kurdish origin which ruled in the Zagros mountains region of southwestern Persia, essentially in Loresta@n and the adjacent parts of Fa@rs, and which flourished in the later Saljuq, Ilkhanid, Mozaffarid, and Timurid periods.
It is often described as an "Atabeg" dynasty, although the line was not ethnically Turkish, as the true Atabeg dynasties were, nor was any of its members actually the Atabeg or tutor (see ATAÚBAK) to any young prince of the period.
The sparseness of the sources means that the origins of the dynasty and the chronology of its members are both extremely obscure; but the line managed to survive amongst the much mightier powers of the time through skillful diplomacy, submission to superior force, and the timely payment of tribute to stronger neighbors.
www.iranica.com /articles/v12f1/v12f1081.html   (197 words)

  
 Zengid dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Zengid Dynasty was a Muslim dynasty of Seljuk Turkish origin, which ruled parts of Northern Iraq and Syria during the 12th and 13th centuries.
The dynasty was founded by Imad ed-Din Zengi, who became the Seljuk Atabeg (governor) of Mosul in 1127.
His son and successor As-Salih Ismail al-Malik was only a child, and was forced to flee to Aleppo, which he ruled until 1181, when he was murdered and replaced by his relation, the Atabeg of Mosul.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Zengid_dynasty   (412 words)

  
 Wikinfo | Battle of Ager Sanguinis   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-31)
However, Roger of Salerno, who was ruling Antioch as regent for Bohemund II, did not take advantage of Ridwan's death; likewise, Baldwin II, count of Edessa, and Pons, count of Tripoli, looked after their own interests and did not ally with Roger against Aleppo.
In 1117 Aleppo came under the rule of the Ortoqid atabeg Ilghazi.
In 1118 Roger captured Azaz, which left Aleppo open to attack from the Crusaders; in response, Ilghazi invaded Antioch in 1119.
www.wikinfo.org /wiki.php?title=Battle_of_Ager_Sanguinis   (464 words)

  
 Notes et documents sur les Ottomans, les Safavides et la Géorgie, 1516-1521
It is dealing with the crisis which, as from the end of 1515 opposed two pretenders to the succession of atabeg Mzé-Châbûk, prince of Samtzkhé-Saatabago (the southernmost Georgian State), tributary of the Ottoman Porte.
It is probable, however, that the Safavid suzerainty claimed too heavy a tribute from the principality, so that Kvarkvaré approached the Ottomans early in 1521, offering to place himself under their protection and to turn against Shâh Isma'il.
However, Selim had died the year before and his son and successor Süleymân, unlike his father, decided to withdraw progressively from the oriental front to concentrate his military efforts in the Balkans, so that the advances of Kvarkvaré remained without a reply.
monderusse.revues.org /document288.html   (731 words)

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