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Hamidids or Hamid Dynasty (Modern Turkish: Hamidoğulları or Hamidoğulları Beyliği) was one of the 14th century Anatolian beyliks that emerged as a consequence of the decline of the Sultanate of Rum and ruled in the regions around Eğirdir and Isparta in southwestern Anatolia.
The Beylik was founded by Felek al-Din Bey, whose father Ilyas and grandfather Hamid had been frontier rulers under the Seljuks. Felek al- Din's brother Yunus Bey founded the Beylik of Teke centered in Antalya and Korkuteli, neighboring the Hamidid dynasty to the south.
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