Seljukian


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Sel`juk´i`an


a.1.Of or pertaining to Seljuk, a Tartar chief who embraced Mohammedanism, and began the subjection of Western Asia to that faith and rule; of or pertaining to the dynasty founded by him, or the empire maintained by his descendants from the 10th to the 13th century.
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During its show Turkish dance group performed from Turkish folk dances and also Iranian, ancient Rome, Seljukian and Ottoman traditional dances in their original costumes.
By prophetic mission and ending the Sassanid genealogy in Iran, Islamic taxes such as khomes (the one of fifth of something) and alms and were increased over existence taxes at the period of Sassanid's, safavian, ghaznavian, seljukian and gharasmian, tax system were active in Iran.
The city exhibits many monuments (such as mosques, masjids, churches, monastery and similar worship places) from different periods of its history (Subariari, Hurrian, Sumerian, Akadian, Mitanian, Hittitian," Asurian, Skitian, Babylon, Persian, Makedonian, Abgarian, Roman, Bizantium, Arab, Seljukian, Artukian and Ottoman).