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  Burid dynasty - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Burid dynasty was a Turkish dynasty which ruled over Damascus in the early 12th century.
The first Burid ruler, Toghtekin, began as a servant to the Seljuk ruler of Damascus, Duqaq.
The Burids were not particularly strong rulers, particularly following the death of Toghtekin, and generally pursued a policy of accommodation with the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem to the west.
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 Burid Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
The Burid Dynasty was a Turkish dynasty which ruled Damascus in the early 12th century.
The Burid ruled Toghtekin began as a servant the Seljuk ruler of Damascus Duqaq.
The Burids were not strong rulers particularly following the death of and generally pursued a policy of accommodation the crusader Kingdom of Jerusalem to the west.
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 Damascus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
With the arrival of the Seljuk Turks in the late 11th Century, Damascus again became the capital of independent states.
It was ruled by a Seljuk dynasty from 1079 to 1104, and then by another Turkish dynasty - the Burid Emirs, until 1154.
In that year it was conquered by the famous Zengid Atabeg Nur ad-Din of Aleppo, the great foe of the Crusaders, who made it his capital.
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 Zengid dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Zengid Dynasty Muslim Dynasty, of 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 (or Governor) of Mosul in 1127.
He quickly became the chief Turkish potentate in Northern Syria and Iraq, taking Aleppo from the squabbling Ortoqid emirs in 1128, and capturing the County of Edessa from the Crusaders in 1144.
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 Ebook More Info -8th century BCE - Free For You.   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
- 782 BC - Death of Zhou xuan wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty (1122 BC - 256 BC) of China.
- Takelot III, Pharaoh of the Twenty-third dynasty of Egypt (764 BC - 757 BC).
- 720 BC - Death of Zhou ping wang, King of the Zhou Dynasty (1122 BC - 256 BC) of China.
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 1064. 2001. The Encyclopedia of World History
Even after the arrival of the Crusaders (1099), a succession of petty dynasties, related to the Seljuk house, retained control of the major towns east of the Frankish states.
Muslim political authority remained fragmented until the rise of the Ayyubids in the mid-12th century.
The Burids were the last of the petty Turkoman rulers in Syria.
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 Damascus - Encyclopedia, History, Geography and Biography
After the fall of the Umayyads and the establishment of the Abbasid caliphate in AD 750, Damascus was ruled from Baghdad, although in AD 858 al-Mutawakkil briefly established his residence there with the intention of transferring his capital there from Samarra.
In 945 the Hamdanids took Damascus, and not long after it passed into the hands of Muhammad bin Tughj, founder of the Ikhshidid dynasty.
In 968 and again in 971 the city was briefly captured by the Qaramita.
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 free download ebooks - Caliph of Cordoba   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
All Caliphs of Córdoba were members of the Ummayad dynasty; the same dynasty had held the title Emir of Córdoba and ruled over roughly the same territory since 756.
The Caliph's rule is known as the splendor of Muslim presence in the Iberic peninsule, although it was practically finished in 1010, with the fitna (or civil war) which started between descendents of the last legitime Caliph Hisham II and the successors of his prime minister (or hayib) Almanzor.
Abd-ar-Rahman I became Emir of Córdoba 6 years after his dynasty, the Ummayad, had lost the position of Caliph (held in Damascus) in 750.
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 More Info - Damascus wik9.info   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
After the fall of the Umayyads and the estaƅlishment of the Aƅƅasid caliphate in AD 750, Damascus was ruled from Baghdad, although in AD 858 al-Mutawakkil ƅriefly estaƅlished his residence there with the intention of transferring his capital there from Samarra.
It was ruled ƅy a Seljuk dynasty from 1079 to 1104, and then ƅy another Turkish dynasty - the Burid Dynasty, who withstood a Siege of Damascus during the Second Crusade in 1148.
In 1154 Damascus was conquered from the Burids ƅy the famous Zengid Dynasty Ataƅeg Nur ad-Din of Aleppo, the great foe of the Crusade rs.
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 Damacus - Crystalinks
Damascus became in effect the capital of an empire that stretched from the shores of the Atlantic Ocean to the Indus River basin and from south of France to west of China.
This dynasty ruled Damascus for less than a hundred years, but made a significant contribution to the cultural and artistic heritage of the city.
The Umayyad Dynasty escaped to Andalos (Spain) and rebuild Qutuba, their capital, to be very similar to Damascus.
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 Ice Page Damascus   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
It was ruled by a Seljuk dynasty from 1079 to 1104, and then by another Turkish dynasty - the Burid Dynasty, who withstood a Siege of Damascus during the Second Crusade in 1148.
In 1154 Damascus was conquered from the Burids by the famous Zengid Dynasty Atabeg Nur ad-Din of Aleppo, the great foe of the Crusade rs.
It is reported by Ibn Jubayr that during the time of Saladin, Damascus welcomed seekers of knowledge and industrious youth from around the world, who arrived for the sake of "undistracted study and seclusion" in Damascus' many colleges.
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 Chapter One. Damascus Before Nûr al-Dîn
All across Syria, in the desert and in the cities, the Umayyad dynasty of caliphs (r.
Aside from the Dome of the Rock in Jerusalem, the Great Mosque of Damascus is the best known and most imposing of these; until the twentieth century it was by far the largest building in Damascus aside from the Citadel.
Under the direction of the Saljûqs and the succeeding Bûrid dynasty of Atabegs (founded by the regent of the last Saljûq and in power 497–549/1104–54), many public buildings were constructed in Damascus, including tombs, khânaqâhs (hospices), madrasahs (religious colleges), and a hospital.
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 This is about Damascus the capital of Syria There are...
With the arrival of the Seljuk Turks Seljuk Turks in the late 11th Century, Damascus again became the capital of independent states.
It was ruled by a Seljuk dynasty from 1079 to 1104, and then by another Turkish dynasty - the Burid Emirs Burid Emirs, until 1154.
In that year it was conquered by the famous Zengid Zengid Atabeg Nur ad-Din Nur ad-Din of Aleppo Aleppo, the great foe of the Crusaders, who made it his capital.
www.biodatabase.de /Damascus   (620 words)

  
 Changingtrip.com
It was only due to the meagre means of transportation and communication in the ancient world that they failed to become widely knowm to other parts of the world.
Indeed, as soon as the Qin Dynasty pottery figures were unearthed, they created a big stir worldwise and soon become recognized universally as the Eighth Wonder in the World.
What makes people marvel today is that after having ben burid underground for tens of centuries, the bronze weapons, swords and arrowheads alike, have remained rust-free and as sharp as ever.
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 Zangid Dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Muslim Turkish dynasty of Syria and northern Iraq in the 12th and 13th centuries.
The Zangid Dynasty did not exist to create firm state structures, few organizations would survive each ruler.
While the early rulers were apt administrators and warriors, able to expand their territory and consolidate power, later rulers appear much weaker and unable to defend their territories properly.
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 DBM army comments
Various Kurdish dynasties were subject to attack by the Seljuks.
campaigns led to the overthrow of the Buyid dynasty in Iraq and the establishment of the Seljuks in the core territories of the Jibal and Iraq.
The Burids of Damascus had Dailami soldiers serving with them so these professional soldiers were widely employed.
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 Seleucid dynasty   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
64: The Seleucid dynasty falls apart, and Mesopotamia is conquered by the Persian dynasty Arsacids.
Muhammad bin Tughj, founder of the Ikhshidid dynasty.
It was ruled by a Seljuk dynasty from 1079 to 1104, and then by another Turkish dynasty - the Burid Emirs, who withstood a siege of...
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 Damascus - WikiGadugi   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
tsinusdi hia Abbasid dalasidv adayilv, Damascus agiliyotsv nidvlenvda hia adasegogisgi svnoyi ehi nvdo, ale ulutsvgi hawinaditlv hia agetadisdi navi dynasties.
nasgi tsinusdvgi ruled navi Seljuk dalasidv nidvlenvda 1079 1104, ale nahiyui navi nudale Turkish dalasidv - hia Burid nugvwiyusadegi, gago alisdayvdi digatilvsdi hia gaduhvi nahiyugesv hia taline danawanunehi hawinaditlv 1148.
hawinaditlv 1154 Damascus tsinusdvgi conquered nidvlenvda hia Burids navi hia diganotsali Zengid Atabeg Nur nidadolagvna-ulanigvgv Aleppo, hia equa dinidanuwi hia danawanunehirs.
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 Syria   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Early excavations at Ebla unearthed clay documents which seemed to say that Ebla was governed, at least initially, by an elective merchant prince, followed from Eberu on by an hereditary monarch.
He lost his life at the Battle of Ipsus, and most of his territory was taken by others.
Nevertheless his son, Demetrius the Besieger, eventually succeeded in establishing the dynasty in Macedonia.
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 Second Crusade Did You Mean second_crusade_dfbe   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Damascus, ruled by the Burid Dynasty, later allied with King Fulk when Zengi besieged the city in 1139 and 1140; the alliance was negotiated by the chronicler Usamah ibn Munqidh.
Some of the French considered their pilgrimage completed, and wanted to return home; some of the barons native to Jerusalem pointed out that it would be unwise to attack Damascus, their ally against the Zengid dynasty.
Conrad, Louis, and Baldwin insisted, however, and in July an army assembled at Tiberias.
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 GreenCine | board topic - Hero
In fact, Emperor Qin ruled his unified 'China' (which is actually a small fraction of today's China) with iron clad and terror.
The people he wanted to 'protect' revolted right after his death, and the Qin dynasty was over in just 15 years.
In contrast, the Han dynasty which follows enjoied prosperity for over 400 years.
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 Nazareth oddd.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Main article: History of Egypt The regularity and richness of the annual Nile River flood, coupled with semi-isolation provided by deserts to the east and west, allowed for the development of one of the world's great civilizations.
A unified kingdom was founded circa 3200 BC by King Menes, and a series of dynasties ruled in Egypt for the next three millennia.
The last native dynasty, known as the Thirtieth Dynasty, fell to the Persians in 341 BC who dug the predecessor of the Suez canal and connected the Red Sea to the Mediterranean.
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 The Presentation of the Franks
Usama ibn Murshid ibn ‘Ali, who was known to most of his contemporaries as Usama ibn Munqidh, was originally of Bedouin origin, of the clan of Munqidh.
Usama went to the Burid court at Damascus, where he became an associate of Mu‘in al-Din Unur, and from whence he took the opportunity to journey extensively.
However, by 593/1144 he had become embroiled in the factionalism of the Damascene court, and was soon ordered to leave by Mu‘in al-Din.
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 Paradox Interactive Forums - Upon the desert sands: A Mongol Empire Scenario
Upon the desert sands: A Mongol Empire Scenario Dynasties in conflict with Outremer
I will be playing the various dynasty's that make their home upon the desert sands.
Of note, while it says my capital is Damascus, for the purpose of this AAR, Damascus is a free city in the start ruled by the Burid Emirs.
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 RE: Korean Protestors 24/7   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Usan-guk became a protectorate of Goryeo in 930 as Silla fell.
The one who killed innocent people, burid them alive underground, used them for experimental purpose, forced them not to use their native name and language,
On March 16, a professor of the Pusan University of Foreign Studies, Kim Moon-gil, revealed the “Joseonpaldochongdo” on the fourth and fifth pages of the “Joseonbu,” a personal journal made by an envoy of the Ming Dynasty, Dongwol, in 1488, who surveyed Joseon at the command of the Emperor (Emperor Yeongjong).
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 Hijrah   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-23)
Qasim Burid was the ruler in those days.
This was the practice in almost all the important towns in the
The king Qasim Burid had a dream that a very big lion has entered the town from one of the doors and has passed out from the other one.
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