Eshrefids

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Eshrefids / Eşrefoğulları

1280–1326
Eşrefoğulları Beyliği'nin konumu.png
CapitalBeyşehir
Common languagesTurkish
Religion
Sunni Islam
GovernmentEmirate
Bey 
• 1280
Sulayman ibn Eshref Bey
• 1326
Sulayman II Bey
Historical eraLate Medieval
• Established
1280
• Disestablished
1326
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Sultanate of Rum
Chobanids

The Eshrefids or Ashrafids (Modern Turkish: Eşrefoğulları or Eşrefoğulları Beyliği ) was one of the Anatolian beyliks.

Capital[edit]

Its capital was in Beyşehir.

Foundation[edit]

It was one of the frontier principalities established by Oghuz Turkish clans after the decline of Sultanate of Rum.

End of dynasty[edit]

The dynasty ended when Mubariz al-Din Mehmed was executed by Timurtash

List of rulers[edit]

  • Sulayman ibn Eshref Bey (1280-1302)
  • Mubariz al-Din Mehmed Bey (1302-1320)
  • Sulayman II Bey (1320–26)

See also[edit]

Literature[edit]

  • Claude Cahen: Pre-Ottoman Turkey, 1969

References[edit]