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Categories: 1308 disestablishments in Asia, Sultanate of Rum, Pages using infobox country or infobox former country with the symbol caption or type parameters, History of Konya Province, Turkic rump states
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Sultanate of Rum
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The Sultanate of Rum or Rum Seljuk Sultanate, consisted of mainly Greek-Byzantine subjects ruled by mainly Turko-Persian Sunni Muslims, who had become established in parts of Anatolia recently conquered from the Eastern Roman Empire by the Seljuk Turks. Wikipedia
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The Sultanate of Rum or Rum Seljuk Sultanate, consisted of mainly Greek-Byzantine subjects ruled by mainly Turko-Persian Sunni Muslims, who had become established in parts of Anatolia recently conquered from the Eastern Roman Empire by the Seljuk Turks. Wikipedia
Seljuq Sultanate in Western Anatolia Wikidata
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