Al-Kunduri

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Al-Kunduri (1024 – 29 November 1064), was an Iranian[1] statesman from Kondor, who served as the vizier of the Seljuq Sultan Tughril in 1054/1055, and his nephew Alp Arslan. However, he later fell out of favor and was executed on 29 November 1064. He was succeeded by Nizam al-Mulk as the vizier of the Seljuq Empire.[2]

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Preceded by
Sahib Husain Mikali
Vizier of the Great Seljuq Empire
1054/1055 – 29 November 1064
Succeeded by
Nizam al-Mulk