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Sahib Ataids

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Sahib Ataids

Sahib Ataids in 1300

Sahib Ataids (Modern Turkish: Sâhipataoğulları or Sâhipataoğulları Beyliği) was an Anatolian beylik centered in Kara Hisar-i Sâhib (Afyonkarahisar) and founded by one of the last viziers of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm, Fakhr al-Din Ali, also known as Sâhib Ata. The beylik was founded c.1275 and absorbed by the neighboring Germiyanids in 1341. The Sâhipataoğulları left important works of architecture.

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