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Baldwin, M. W. (ed.) / The first hundred years
(1969)

V: The Turkish Invasion: The Selchukids,   pp. [134]-176 PDF (19.2 MB)


Page 176

 176 AHISTORY OFTHE CRUSADES I 
superimposed themselves on the former inhabitants. A policy of orthodoxy
had been initiated, and all the subsequent regimes until the Mongol invasion
would follow it. The reaction which the Frankish invasion provoked little
by little among its Moslem neighbors did not result from it, but the organizational
forms jt would adopt followed exactly the lines of Khurasanian initiative
which the Selchükid conquest had strongly developed in extent and in
depth. Nür-ad-Din and Saladin are inconceivable without Tughrul-Beg
and Ni~am-al-Mulk. 


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