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PART 14. THE TURKS' ACCEPTANCE OF ISLAMPART 15. EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATESA- KarakhanidsB- GaznavidsC- KhorezmshahsD- Oguz-TurkomansPART 16. THE GREAT SELJUK EMPIREPART 17. EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES IN EGYPTA- TolunidsB- IkhshidsC- EyyubidsD- MamluksPART 18. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG THE EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATESPART 19. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE AMONG THE EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATES PART 20. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG THE EARLY MUSLIM TURKISH STATESPART 21. THE CONQUEST AND TURKIFICATION OF ANATOLIAPART 22. THE ANATOLIAN SELJUK STATEPART 23. TURKISH STATES OF EASTERN ANATOLIA AND ANATOLIAN TURKISH BEYLIKSPART 24. TURKS IN THE MIDDLE EAST AFTER THE SELJUK ERA: KARA-KOYUNLUS, AK-KOYUNLUS AND SAFAVIDSPART 25. POLITICAL ORGANIZATION, SOCIETY AND ECONOMY AMONG THE ANATOLIAN SELJUKS AND BEYLIKSPART 26. PHILOSOPHY AND SCIENCE AMONG THE ANATOLIAN SELJUKS AND BEYLIKSPART 27. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG THE ANATOLIAN SELJUKS AND BEYLIKSPART 28. CHINGGIS KHAN, MONGOLS AND THEIR TURKISH SUCCESSORSA- MongolsB- The Chagatay KhanatePART 29. GOLDEN HORDE AND ITS SUCCEEDING TURKISH KHANATES IN THE KIPCHAK STEPPESPART 30. TIMURIDS AND KHANATES OF TURKESTANPART 31. TURKISH STATES IN INDIA AND BABUR EMPIREPART 32. LANGUAGE, LITERATURE, CULTURE AND ARTS AMONG THE TURKISH STATES AND KHANATES IN EURASIA ALONG THE MIDDLE AGES



 Osmanlı
 The Great Ottoman Turkish Civilisation
 Türkler
 Genel Türk Tarihi

   
 

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