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Beylik of Dilmaç

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Beylik of Dilmaç

Beylik of Dilmaç (Dimleç or Demleç) was a small principality (Turkish: beylik) in East Anatolia (part of modern Turkey) founded in the 11th century .

After the Danishmends. As the small principalities were replaced by greater powers the beylik had to accept the suzerainty of Ayyubids, Harzemshah Sultanate, Ilkhanids, and Timur. After the return of Timur, Akkoyunlu Turkmens captured all of their territory probably around the 1410s.


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