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  Mahmud of Ghazni - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
By the end of his reign, the Ghaznavid Empire extended from Kurdistan in the west to Samarkand in the northeast, and from the Caspian Sea to the Yamuna.
The Ghaznavid Empire was ruled by his successors for 157 years, but after Mahmud it never reached anything like the same splendour and power.
The Ghaznavids went on to live as the Nasher-Khans in their home of Ghazni until the 20th century.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Mehmed_of_Ghaznavid   (2316 words)

  
 Link Service: Ghaznavids   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Sebük Tigin made himself lord of nearly all the present territory of Afghanistan and of the Punjab region by conquest of Samanid and Shahi lands.
In 997, Mahmud of Ghaznavid, the son of Sebük Tigin, succeeded his father upon his death, and with him Ghazni and the Ghaznavid dynasty have become perpetually associated.
The historical sources are quite unclear but it is assumed that it was the Nasher, the former Ghaznavid Khans, who ruled the Ghilzai Kharoti-tribe for ten centuries.
wiki2.info /en/Ghaznavids   (724 words)

  
 Göl Turizm - Dalyan Tekne Kooperatifi - www.dalyanturkey.com
The most powerful period of the Ghaznavid State (936-1187) was the reign of Mahmud of Ghazna who used the title of "Sultan" for the first time.
The Ghaznavids had to retreat to India after the Dandanakan War with the Seljuks in 1040 and finally came under the sovereignty of the Seljuks.
In the reign of Sultan Mehmed II, who assumed the title of "the Conqueror", the Ottoman State entered into an era of rapid development which would last until the end of the sixteenth century.
www.dalyanturkey.com /turkey_uk.php   (11336 words)

  
 Bey oddd.org   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
It is known that Mehmed II and his grandson Selim used it to justify their conquest of Islamic countries.
The last Ottoman Sultan Mehmed VI made a similar attempt to re-establish himself as Caliph in the Hejaz after leaving Turkey, but he was also unsuccessful.
With the rise of the empire, the characteristics and nature of the state were defined, and the Ottomans definitively carved out their own preserve in history under the rule of Mehmed II.
bey.en.oddd.org   (10333 words)

  
 Islam Line: Historical Muslim Figures
It was created under Turkish Khan Sebuk Tigin with the city Ghazna (Ghazni) as capital, replacing the Samanids.
Sebuk Tigin made himself lord of nearly all the present territory of Afghanistan and of the Punjab.
In 997 Mahmud the son of Sebuk Tigin, succeeded his father upon his death, and with him Ghazni and the Ghaznavid dynasty have become perpetually associated.
www.parvez-video.com /islam_line.asp   (5565 words)

  
 Woman Muslim Leaders throughout the Times
She took an active part in the governance of the empire as the chief advisor of her sons Murad III and Mehmed III.
Kösem was regent for son Murad, (1623-40) who succeeded at the age of 11, for Ibrahim (1640-48) who was mentally disturbed and for grandson Mehmed IV, who succeeded at the age of 7 in 1648.
As her predecessor as regent, she took part in the deliberations in the Imperial Diet seated behind a curtain, she authorized all appointments and cooperated closely with the Grand Vizier as "The Guardian and Representative of the Sultan".
www.guide2womenleaders.com /Muslim_Leaders.htm   (7492 words)

  
 ghaznavid - OneLook Dictionary Search   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
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Ghaznavid : Encarta® World English Dictionary, North American Edition [home, info]
Phrases that include ghaznavid: ghaznavid dynasty, mahmud of ghaznavid, mehmed of ghaznavid
www.onelook.com /?w=ghaznavid   (91 words)

  
 Summary and Evaluation of Middle East & Africa to 1875 by Sanderson Beck
The Ghaznavid empire was founded in 977, and Mahmud (r.
In 1040 the Seljuq Turks defeated the Ghaznavids, whose kingdom shrunk to Afghanistan.
In 1656 Koprulu Mehmed became vizier and tried to end corruption by executing 35,000 people.
www.san.beck.org /1-15-Summary.html   (14077 words)

  
 Ottoman Classics - Turkish Tiles & Iznik Ceramics   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-22)
Its subsequent development was influenced by Karakhanid, Ghaznavid, and (especially) Iranian Seljuk art.
Fine examples of cuerda seca tiles are to be found at the Bursa Green Mosque (1419-1420) and Tomb (1421-1422) the Mosque of Murad II (Edirne, 1436), the Tiled Kiosk (Istanbul), and the Tomb of Prince Mehmed (Istanbul, 1548).
The tiles on the Tomb of Sultan Mehmed Resad V in Eyup (Istanbul, 1918) for example were made at the manufactory of Hafiz Emin Usta, which was then operating in Kutahya.
www.ottomanclassics.com /news/news_detail.asp?id=3   (3728 words)

  
 bniel's Xanga Site
His book of travel is an especially valuable source of information about the Mongol age.
424) - Also known as Mehmed the Conqueror; sultan of the Ottomans; responsible for capture of Constantinople in 1453 and changing its name to Istanbul.
412) - Group of Turkish people in Afghanistan; in the early 11th century, led by Mahmud of Ghazni to raid northern India; by the late 12th century, the Ghaznavid sultanate of Delhi claimed authority over all of northern India.
www.xanga.com /bniel   (1574 words)

  
 Coin Books: Islam & Mideast: Bibliography & Sale (SEMANS)
Ottoman Coinage During the Reigns of Sultan Mehmed Resad and Sultan Mehmed Vaheddin (#12) Coinage of AH1327 and 1336 152p, sc, 1987
Multiple Dirhems of Medieval Afghanistan Historical backaground & catalog of oversized Ghaznavid & Samanid 4-Dirhem series, the world's first crown-sized coins.
The Corpus of Samanid copper (fals) coins Due summer 2006 from Oxford University Press?
www.coincoin.com /bkAE.htm   (6235 words)

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