YIVA TRIBE AT WEST PERSIA DURING THE DISINTEGRATION OF SALJUKIAN EMPIRE

Abstract

Author(s): Ergin AYAN

In this article, we tried to exposure a short section of medieval Turkish history, belonging to Oghuz tribes and wanted to point out some historical problems that we see a lot of benefits about intensively researching and practically reviewing. However, it would be misleading if we don’t mention Saljukian Empire’s disintegration, Kharzemshah’s progression and Mongolian Invasion which were great events that triggered this period’s remarkability. This period contains a very intense process for a historian to analyze and compose. The subject we intended to research has a special relation to Oghuz tribes which were founders of Saljukian Empire. Those tribes were also trying to gain independence from Saljukian empire, because after Sultan Sancar’s death, the Oghuz tribes which were living in seperate regions of the empire were having an authority gap. The relation between new regional forces which were emerged after Saljukian Empire’s collapse and Oghuz tribes was complicated and problematical. Oghuz tribes had certain diffic?lties about adaptating to historical changes in this period.

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