Dirasat: Human and Social Sciences

From 2000 to 2019

ISSN 1026-3721

Woman and Authority in Islam Khatoons of Seljuk (447-511 A.H. – 1055- 1117 A.D.) (Model)

Abstract | الملخص

The study concluded that the pre-Islamic Turkish origins and tribal heritage had a huge impact on developing this role for the Saljuki Sultans’ wives, and made it very distinctive compared to that of the wives of the Caliphs, Princes or Kings who ruled, the Islamic Saljuki woman used to have on administration of her own, along with military troops that she would lead in battles. In short she enjoyed an enormous role in the state’s internal and foreign policy.

Authors | المؤلفون

Isam M. Oklah

Keywords | الكلمات الدالة

The Sljuki Woman, The Seljuki Administration, The Political Role of the Seljuki Woman

References | المراجع