The Turkification of Anatolia between the 11th and 13th centuries is amongst the most important historical events. Sultan Alp Arslan, by defeating the Byzantines in the year 1071, opened up Anatolia??s doors to the Turkish Muslims. Following this date, Turkish tribes migrated to Anatolia and held these lands as their country.
During the period of the Sultanate of Rum (the Seljuk Empire), many scholars from Islamic countries settled in Anatolia and played a role in the formation of a new civilization and culture. In particular, Sultan Ala alDin Kayqubad accepted and respected scholars from Turkistan and Iran, who fled from the Mughals. In addition, the Turkification and Islamification of Anatolia was completed in the period of the Seljuks and complete harmony was achieved between the nomads, agronomists and the urban people. Furthermore, in this period, Anatolia had become the center for the East-West and North-South trade route.
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|Size: ||345 KB|
|Publisher: ||TURK DUNYASI VAKFI|
|Date published: || 2016|
|ISBN: ||9786059342209 (DRM-EPUB)|
|Read Aloud: ||not allowed|