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Nour al-din Mahmoud Zangi`s political relations with Roman and Byzantine Saljuks, a fluctuation from convergence to divergence

Hamid Hajiyanpour ; Mahdi Mohammadi Ghanateghestani

پژوهش های تاریخی, 01 November 2013, Vol.5(3), pp.77-96 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Nour al-din Mahmoud Zangi`s political relations with Roman and Byzantine Saljuks, a fluctuation from convergence to divergence
  • Autor: Hamid Hajiyanpour ; Mahdi Mohammadi Ghanateghestani
  • Assuntos: Zangi Atabaks ; Sham ; Roman Saljuks ; Nour Al-Din Mahmoud Zangi ; Masoud Ibn Ghalich Arsalan ; Ghalich Arsalan II ; Byzantium ; Crusades
  • É parte de: پژوهش های تاریخی, 01 November 2013, Vol.5(3), pp.77-96
  • Descrição: Formation of Raha`s and Antioch`s Cruciate governments in the north of Sham and their military threats against Islamic states in that reign caused political convergence and alliance between Nour al-din Mahmoud Zangi`s government and Roman Seljuks, during Masoud ibn Ghalich Arsalan era. The union had mutual advantages for the two sides. After Raha`s government demolished, Antioch weakened and Nour al-Din`s government established, the union ended. Nour al-din`s power threatened Roman Saljuks. So, the conflict between the two governments caused divergence between them. Then, Nour al-Din got closer to Byzantium because of common interests they had. This Article, using an analytical-explanatory method and printed sources, has tried to explain the reasons for the convergence and divergence between Nour al-din Mahmoud Zangi and Roman and Byzantine Saljuks.
  • Idioma: Persa

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