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Who is Malik Shah?
Malik Shah, Malek Shah, Melik Shah, or Melikşah, also called Şehinşah was the sultan of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm between the years 1110 and 1116.
- died in (899 years ago)
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The Elixir of Death (2015)
by Bernard Knight
'Malik Shah is an expert with the bow.' Again de Blois fervently hoped that this poaching had taken place at a considerable distance from Bigbury, as missing livestock would set any village buzzing like angry wasps. After they had eaten, ...
by Marshall Cavendish Reference
Malik Shah takes Nicaea from the Byzantines. 1083 By this time, the Almoravids have taken all of northern Africa west of Algiers from the Fatimids. 1085 King Alfonso VI of Castile takes the city of Toledo, in Spain, from Muslim rulers.
The Encyclopedia Britannica (1886)
A Dictionary of Arts, Sciences, and General Literature by Thomas Spencer Baynes
Malik Shah, the son and successor of Alp Arslén, ...
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