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  1. en.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gurju_KhatunGurju Khatun - Wikipedia

    Gurju Khatun ( Georgian: გურჯი-ხათუნი, Gurji-xatuni) ( fl. 1237-1286) was a Georgian royal princess from Bagrationi dynasty and principal consort of Sultanate of Rum being favorite wife of sultan Kaykhusraw II, whom she married after the death of Muhammad II of Khwarazm in 1237.

  2. Gürcü Hatun nació con el nombre de pila de Tamar. Era hija de la reina georgiana Rousoudan I re y su esposo Mughis ad-Din Ghias ad-Din , hijo de Muhammad Muhi-ad-Din Tugrul Shah, emir de Erzurum , hijo de Kılıç Arslan II , sultán Seljuk de Roums, que se había convertido al cristianismo ortodoxo para su matrimonio.

  3. www.liquisearch.com › gürcü_hatunGürcü Hatun

    Gürcü Hatun was the daughter of Queen Rusudan of Georgia and the Seljuk prince Ghias ad-din, a grandson of Kilij Arslan II. Like most Georgians, Tamar initially remained an Eastern Orthodox Christian but is known to have converted to Islam at a later point, with no further information on how the conversion came about.

  4. tr.wikipedia.org › wiki › Gürcü_HatunGürcü Hatun - Vikipedi

    Anadolu’da Gürcü Hatun adıyla tanındı. Eşi II. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev'in ölümünden sonra o devirde Anadolu’nun en güçlü kişisi olan vezir Pervâne Muineddin ile evlendi. Sonradan Müslüman olan Gürcü Hatun, Muhammed Celaleddin-i Rumi 'nin hamisidir. Yaşamı [ değiştir | kaynağı değiştir]

  5. www.geni.com › people › Gürcü-Hatun-TamarGürcü Hatun / Tamar

    Gürcü Hatun (Georgian: გურჯი-ხათუნი) (fl. 1237-1286?) was a Georgian princess and favorite wife of Kaykhusraw II, Seljuk Sultan of Rum. After his death in 1246 she married the Anatolian strongman Pervane Mu‘in al-Din Suleyman. She was the mother of Kayqubad II and patron to Rumi.

    • "Tamar", "Gürcü Hatun", "გურჯი-ხათუნი"
    • 1286 (48-49)
    • 1237
    • гъркиня
  6. Gürcü Hatun (aussi nommée Gurji Khatuni, en géorgien : გურჯი-ხათუნი) fut l'épouse favorite de Kay Khusraw II, sultan seldjoukide de Roum en 1237 - 1246 . Biographie [ modifier | modifier le code] Gürcü Hatun naquit sous le nom chrétien de Tamar.

  7. Gurcu Hatun, the “Georgian Lady” [1227-1286], christened in her native land as “Tamar” Bagrationi, was only 13 when she was brought to Konya, in 1240, to marry the Seljuk Sultan, Kaykusraw II, Ghiyāth ad-Dīn Kaykhusraw bin Kayqubād. Her betrothal, as were many in those eras, was a peace-keeping political alliance between her mother ...