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  • noun Plural form of Seljuk.

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Examples

  • The Seljuks were the infamous “infidels” against whom Pope Urban II declared the First Crusade in 1096.

    Historical Sketch of Buddhism and Islam in Afghanistan

  • The Seljuks were the infamous “infidels” against whom Pope Urban II declared the First Crusade in 1096.

    Historical Sketch of Buddhism and Islam in Afghanistan

  • But early in the eleventh century, a Tartar tribe from the wilds of Asia, called the Seljuks or Turks, became masters of the Mohammedan state in western Asia and then the period of tolerance came to an end.

    The Story of Mankind

  • After the Mongol rampage, Baghdad became a backwater where various tribes and dynasties—Seljuks, Mamelukes, Persians, Ottomans—fought back and forth for centuries.

    Day of Honey

  • After the Mongol rampage, Baghdad became a backwater where various tribes and dynasties—Seljuks, Mamelukes, Persians, Ottomans—fought back and forth for centuries.

    Day of Honey

  • The inscription of the north side of the castle has shown that the fortress has been used by the Seljuks in 1230 AD.

    Claudiopolis: Legendary History Weaved Into Nature of Mut

  • The inscription of the north side of the castle has shown that the fortress has been used by the Seljuks in 1230 AD.

    Archive 2009-05-01

  • Other ruins show the influence of Assyrians, Romans, Seljuks, Mongols, Ottomans — successive waves of conquerors who fought for dominance of the lucrative trading routes in northern Mesopotamia.

    Turkish Bath

  • Other ruins show the influence of Assyrians, Romans, Seljuks, Mongols, Ottomans — successive waves of conquerors who fought for dominance of the lucrative trading routes in northern Mesopotamia.

    Turkish Bath

  • These Seljuks, who were the most advanced of the Turks, had but recently taken on the Moslem faith.

    De Re Militari: The Society for Medieval Military History » The First Crusade: A short narrative from contemporary sources

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