Kilij Arslan

Kilij Arslan, meaning Sword Lion in Turkish, was the name of four sultans of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm:

  • Kilij Arslan I reigned as of 1092, died 1107
  • Kilij Arslan II reigned as of 1156, died 1192
  • Kilij Arslan III reigned as of 1204, died 1205
  • Kilij Arslan IV reigned as of 1248, died 1265

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Seljuq Dynasty - Seljuq Leaders - Seljuq Sultans of Rum (Anatolia)
... Suleyman I (Suleiman) 1077–1086 Dawud Kilij Arslan I 1092–1107 Malik Shah 1107–1116 Rukn ad-Din Mesud I 1116–1156 Izz ad-Din Kilij Arslan II 1156–1192 ...
Eshrefids - Literature
1175) • Malatya (1178) • Alanya • Antalya Dynasty Suleyman I (1077–1086) •• Kilij Arslan I (1092–1107) •• Melikshah (1107–1116) •• Mesud I (1116–1156) •• Kilij Arslan II (1156–119 ...
List Of Seljuk Sultans Of Rûm
... Suleyman I (Suleiman) 1077–1086 Abu'l Qasim (self-declared) 1086–1092 Dawud Kilij Arslan I 1092–1107 Malik Shah 1107–1116 Rukn ad-Din Mesud I 1116–1156 Izz ad-Din Kilij Arslan II 1156 ...
Suleiman II (Rûm)
... Son of Kilij Arslan II, he overthrew his brother, Sultan Kaykhusraw I, who had succeeded their father in 1192 and became sultan in 1196 ... He was succeeded by Kilij Arslan III in 1204–1205, after whom Kaykhusraw I ascended the throne for a second time ... Preceded by Kaykhusraw I Sultan of Rûm 1196–1204 Succeeded by Kilij Arslan III ...
Alaeddin Mosque - Sultans Buried in The Mosque
... According to an inscription on the façade, Kilij Arslan II built the decahedral tomb with the conical roof. 1156) Kilij Arslan II (d. 1246) Kilij Arslan IV (d ...