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The Salghurids, also known as the Atabegs of Fars (Persian: اتابکان فارس 'Atābakān-e Fārs' or سلغُریان 'Salghoriān'), were a dynasty of Salur Turkmen origin that ruled Fars, first as vassals of the Seljuqs then for the Khwarazm Shahs in the 13th century. The Salghurids were established by Sunqur in 1148, who had profited from the rebellions during the reign of Seljuq sultan Mas'ud b. Muhammad. Later the Salghurids were able to solidify their position in southern Persia to the point of campaigning against Kurds and involving themselves in the succession of the Kirman Seljuqs, holding Seljuq sultan Malik-Shah III's son Mahmud as a possible claimant to the Seljuq throne. They captured Isfahan in 1203-4, and later occupied Bahrain taken from the Uyunid dynasty in 1235.

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  • Els salghúrides o dinastia salghúrida d'atabegs de Fars fou una dinastia d'atabegs dels prínceps seljúcides de Fars, de la tribu turca dels Salghur o Salor que havien acompanyat a Toghrul Beg en l'emigració des del Khurasan (segle xi i s'havia establert al Fars al començament del segle xii. La va fundar Muzaffar al-Din Sunkur (1148-1161 que va enderrocar al cap tribal i atabeg local seljúcida Buz-Aba, del que sembla que era nebot potser per part de mare. El va succeir el seu fill Muzaffar al-Din Zangi (1161-1175 que fou confirmat per ibn Toghrul. Van reconèixer la sobirania dels grans seljñucides fins al 1194 i posteriorment van esdevenir independents. Izz al-Din Sad I ibn Zangi (1198/1203-1226 va combatre als shabankara kurds i va intervenir en els afers del Kirman; el 1203 va ocupar temporalment Isfahan; durant el seu govern els salghúrides van haver de reconèixer la sobirania del Khwarizmshah que el va fer presoner el 1217/1218 i no el va alliberar fins a obtenir el pagament de tribut i la cessió d'alguns districtes, i després del 1229 als mongols. Ogodei va conferir a Abu Bakr ibn Sad el títol de Kutlugh Khan a canvi d'un tribut i l'admissió d'un shina (governador militar mongol. La darrera sobirana, [Abash Khatun] (1264-1284 es va casar amb un fill de l'Il-khan Hulagu de nom Mengu Temur (el fill onzè que de fet va exercir el poder fins a la seva mort el 1282; a la mort d'Abish Khatun vers 1287, quan havia estat enviada presonera a Tabriz, el Fars fou formalment incorporat als dominis del khan. Una revolta que va esclatar el 1288 es va sufocar el 1289. (ca)
  • السلغوريون ؛ سلغُریين أو أتابكة فارس (بالفارسية: اتابکان فارس) هم سلالة من الأصول التركمانية حكمو فارس، أولا بصفتهم أتباعا للسلاجقة ثم للخوارزميون في القرن الثالث عشر ميلادي .نشأت دولتهم عام 1148 م على يد سنقر بن مودود الذي كان قد استفادت من الثورات في عهد السلطان السلجوقي مسعود بن محمد بن ملكشاه . جاء بعدهم الإيلخانيون . (ar)
  • Die Salghuriden (persisch سلغريان, DMG Salġuriyān) waren eine muslimische Regionaldynastie aus dem oghuzischen Clan der Salghur. Als Atabegs von Fars (اتابکان فارس, Atābakān-i Fārs) herrschten sie zwischen 1148 und 1282 im südlichen Iran, wobei sie meist die Oberhoheit der Großseldschuken, Choresm-Schahs und letztlich der Mongolen anerkannten. Die Dynastie begann mit Sunqur ibn Maudud und endete mit der direkten Machtübernahme der Ilchane. (de)
  • Les atabegs du Fars ou Salghurides ont régné de 1148 à 1270. * Muzaffar ed-Din Sonkur, 1148-1161. * Muzaffar ed-Din Zangi, 1161-1175. * Degele ou Dakla, 1175-1194. * Toghril, 1194-1203. * Izz ed-Din Sa'd Ier, 1203-1231. * Abu Bakr Kutlugh Khan, 1231-1260. * Sa'd II, 1260-1260. * Muhammed, 1260-1262. * Muhammed Shah, 1262-1263. * Selyuk Shah, 1263-1265. * Abish Khatun, 1265-1270. * Portail de l’Iran et du monde iranien (fr)
  • The Salghurids, also known as the Atabegs of Fars (Persian: اتابکان فارس 'Atābakān-e Fārs' or سلغُریان 'Salghoriān'), were a dynasty of Salur Turkmen origin that ruled Fars, first as vassals of the Seljuqs then for the Khwarazm Shahs in the 13th century. The Salghurids were established by Sunqur in 1148, who had profited from the rebellions during the reign of Seljuq sultan Mas'ud b. Muhammad. Later the Salghurids were able to solidify their position in southern Persia to the point of campaigning against Kurds and involving themselves in the succession of the Kirman Seljuqs, holding Seljuq sultan Malik-Shah III's son Mahmud as a possible claimant to the Seljuq throne. They captured Isfahan in 1203-4, and later occupied Bahrain taken from the Uyunid dynasty in 1235. Under Sa'd I b. Zangi, the Salghurids experienced a significant prosperity, which was marred by his acknowledging the Khwarazm Shahs as his overlord. Saadi Shirazi, the Persian poet, dedicated his Bostan and Gulistan to Sa'd I and Sa'd II. Following Sa'd I's death, his brother Zangi b. Mawdud took power in 1161. Dekele/Tekele followed his father, Zangi, only after eliminating Sonqur's son Toghril. During the 13th century, the Salghurids patronized a cultural and intellectual atmosphere which included, Kadi al-Baydawi, Qutb al-Din al-Shirazi, Saadi Shirazi and the historian Wassaf. During the closing years of Abu Bakr and Sa'd II, Fars fell under the dominion of Mongol empire and later the Ilkhanate of Hulegu. Under the Mongols, Abu Bakr was given the title of Qutlugh Khan. Later Salghurids were powerless figureheads, until the daughter of Sa'd II, Abish Khatun was given the title of Atabegate of Fars. She was the sole ruler of Fars for one year whereupon she married, Mengu Temur, eleventh son of Hulegu. Following their deaths, Fars was ruled directly by the Ilkhanate. (en)
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  • السلغوريون ؛ سلغُریين أو أتابكة فارس (بالفارسية: اتابکان فارس) هم سلالة من الأصول التركمانية حكمو فارس، أولا بصفتهم أتباعا للسلاجقة ثم للخوارزميون في القرن الثالث عشر ميلادي .نشأت دولتهم عام 1148 م على يد سنقر بن مودود الذي كان قد استفادت من الثورات في عهد السلطان السلجوقي مسعود بن محمد بن ملكشاه . جاء بعدهم الإيلخانيون . (ar)
  • Die Salghuriden (persisch سلغريان, DMG Salġuriyān) waren eine muslimische Regionaldynastie aus dem oghuzischen Clan der Salghur. Als Atabegs von Fars (اتابکان فارس, Atābakān-i Fārs) herrschten sie zwischen 1148 und 1282 im südlichen Iran, wobei sie meist die Oberhoheit der Großseldschuken, Choresm-Schahs und letztlich der Mongolen anerkannten. Die Dynastie begann mit Sunqur ibn Maudud und endete mit der direkten Machtübernahme der Ilchane. (de)
  • Les atabegs du Fars ou Salghurides ont régné de 1148 à 1270. * Muzaffar ed-Din Sonkur, 1148-1161. * Muzaffar ed-Din Zangi, 1161-1175. * Degele ou Dakla, 1175-1194. * Toghril, 1194-1203. * Izz ed-Din Sa'd Ier, 1203-1231. * Abu Bakr Kutlugh Khan, 1231-1260. * Sa'd II, 1260-1260. * Muhammed, 1260-1262. * Muhammed Shah, 1262-1263. * Selyuk Shah, 1263-1265. * Abish Khatun, 1265-1270. * Portail de l’Iran et du monde iranien (fr)
  • Els salghúrides o dinastia salghúrida d'atabegs de Fars fou una dinastia d'atabegs dels prínceps seljúcides de Fars, de la tribu turca dels Salghur o Salor que havien acompanyat a Toghrul Beg en l'emigració des del Khurasan (segle xi i s'havia establert al Fars al començament del segle xii. La va fundar Muzaffar al-Din Sunkur (1148-1161 que va enderrocar al cap tribal i atabeg local seljúcida Buz-Aba, del que sembla que era nebot potser per part de mare. El va succeir el seu fill Muzaffar al-Din Zangi (1161-1175 que fou confirmat per ibn Toghrul. Van reconèixer la sobirania dels grans seljñucides fins al 1194 i posteriorment van esdevenir independents. (ca)
  • The Salghurids, also known as the Atabegs of Fars (Persian: اتابکان فارس 'Atābakān-e Fārs' or سلغُریان 'Salghoriān'), were a dynasty of Salur Turkmen origin that ruled Fars, first as vassals of the Seljuqs then for the Khwarazm Shahs in the 13th century. The Salghurids were established by Sunqur in 1148, who had profited from the rebellions during the reign of Seljuq sultan Mas'ud b. Muhammad. Later the Salghurids were able to solidify their position in southern Persia to the point of campaigning against Kurds and involving themselves in the succession of the Kirman Seljuqs, holding Seljuq sultan Malik-Shah III's son Mahmud as a possible claimant to the Seljuq throne. They captured Isfahan in 1203-4, and later occupied Bahrain taken from the Uyunid dynasty in 1235. (en)
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  • سلغوريون (ar)
  • Salghúrida (ca)
  • Salghuriden (de)
  • Liste des atabegs du Fars (fr)
  • Salghurids (en)
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