Kir Fard

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Kir Fard was an Armenian Roupenian nobleman who held the fortress of Kalonoros, later known as Alanya, until 1221, when it was besieged by the Seljuq Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad I. He surrendered his fortress in exchange for the fief of Akşehir, and gave his daughter Hunat Hatun in marriage to Kayqubad, who later fathered Kaykhusraw II.[1]

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  1. ^ Kürkman, Garo; Diler, Omer (1981). Alaiye Paralari - Coinage of Alaiye. Istanbul: Yenilik Basimevi. pp. 130–131. 

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