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(Basic lineages)

Emirates and Sultanates;

* Seljukis Sultans of Rum.

* Maliks of Danismend.

* Emirates of Karaman.

* Emirates of Esref.

* Emirates of Germiyan.

* Emirates of Mentese.

* Emirates of Aydin.

* Emirates of Saruhan.

*Emirates of Karasi.

* Emirates of Dulkadir.

* Emirates of Sinop and Kastamonu.

* Emirates of Ramadan.

* Kara Koyunlu, the Black Sheep Turkomans.

* Emirates of Sogut, later Sultans of the Ottomans.

* Mongols - Hordes of the White Sheep.

* Sultans of Aleppo, Damascus, Hamad, Homs, Khelat (Ayubids).

* Sultans of Aleppo, Mardin and Meafarekin (Ortokids).

 

* Sultans of Aleppo, Damascus, Hamad, Homs, Khelat (Ayubids).

 

Shadi bin Marwan, Commander of Tikrit Castle, married with issue.

 

1. Nejm ed-Din Ayub, (d. 1173), Emir of Damascus, married to N (sister of Shebab ed-Din Mahmud), with issue.

1.1. Nur ed-Daula Shahanshah, (killed in battle 1148), married with issue.

1.1.1. Eizz ed-Din Feruk Shah, Emir of Damascus, (r. 1173-1182), married with issue.

1.1.1.1. Behram Shah, Emir of Damascus, (r. 1182).

1.1.2. Taki ed-Din Omar, (d. 1191), Emir of Damascus, (r. 1182-1191), married with issue.

1.1.2.1. El-Malik el-Mansur Mohammed, Emir of Damascus, (r. 1191-1222), married to Princess Maleka Khatun, with issue.

1.1.2.1.1. El-Malek el-Modaffer Taki ed-Din Mahmud, (1201-1244), Emir of Damascus, (r. 1222-1244), married 1229 to Princess Ghazia Khatun of Egypt (d.o El-Malek El-Kamel), with issue.

1.1.2.1.1.1. Prince El-Malec el-Mansur Mohammed of Damascus, (d. 1233), dunm.

1.1.2.1.1.2. Prince Ali of Damascus, married with issue.

1.1.2.1.1.2.1. Prince Ismail of Damascus, (d. 1273).

1.1.2.1.2. El-Malek en-Naser Salah ed-Din Kilij Arslan, Emir of Damascus, (r.1222-).

1.1.2.1.3. Princess N of Damascus, married (1) to Seif ed-Din Toghril, married (2) to Suleiman,Emir of Damascus (see below).

1.2. Prince N of Damascus, married with issue.

1.2.1. Prince El-Malek el-Modaffer Takr ed-Din Omar of Damascus, married with issue.

1.2.1.1. Prince Said ed-Din Shahanshah of Damascus, married with issue.

1.2.1.1.1. Suleiman, (killed in battle in Egypt 1250), Emir of Damascus, (r 1222-1250), married to Princess N of Damascus, (see above), with issue.

1.3. Prince Yusuf ibn Ayub Salah ed-Din of Damascus, (1137-1193), Governor of Geza, Alexandria 1163, Sultan of Egypt (r. 1174-1193), married with issue.

1.3.1. Ali El-Malek el-Afdal Nur, (1169-1225), Sultan of Egypt, (r. 1193-1225), married with issue.

1.3.1.1. El-Malek es-Saleh, (killed in battle 1240), Sultan of Egypt, (r. 1225-1240).

1.3.2. Prince El-Malek el-Aziz Othman of Egypt, (1171-1198), married with issue.

1.3.2.1. Prince El-Malek el-Mansur Mohammed of Egypt, (1188-).

1.3.3. Prince El-Malek ed-Daher Ghazi of Egypt, (1171-1216), Governor of Aleppo 1183, married with issue.

1.3.3.1. Prince El-Malek es-Saleh Salah ed-Din Ahmed ibn Ghazi, (1203-), dunm.

1.3.3.2. Prince El-Malek el-Aziz Mohammed of Egypt, (1213-1236), Sultan of Aleppo, married (1) to Princess Daifa Khatun (d/o Sultan Abu Bekr), with issue.

1.3.3.2.1. El-Malek en-Naser Salah ed-Din Yusaf, (1228-), Sultan of Damascus, (r. 1236-), married 1254 to Princess Maleka Khatun of Rum, with issue.

1.3.3.2.1.1. Prince El-Aziz of Damascus, (1258-).

1.3.3.2.2. Princess N. of Egypt and Aleppo, married to El-Malek el-Ashref Modaffer ed-Din-Musa, Emir of Aleppo, (see below).

1.3.4. Prince El-Malek ed-Dafer Khider of Egypt, married to Princess Daifa Khatun, with issue.

1.3.4.1. Prince El-Malek el-Aziz Ghiath ed-Din Mohammed of Egypt, (1213-).

1.3.5. Prince El-Malek es-Zahir Daud of Egypt, (d. 1234).

1.3.6. Prince El-Moaddem Turan Shah of Egypt, (d. 1250).

1.3.7. Prince Nosrat ed-Din of Egypt, (d. 1250).

1.3.8. Princess N of Egypt, married to Prince El-Malek el-Kamel, (see below).

1.4. Prince Shems ed-Daula Turan Shah, (d. 1180).

1.5. Prince El-Malek el-Modafer Omar.

1.6. Prince Ferukshah, married with issue.

1.6.1. Prince El-Amdjed Bahram Shah, (murdered 1229).

1.7. Prince Abu Bekr el-Malek el-Adel, (1142-1218), married with issue.

1.7.1. Prince El-Malek el-Ashref Modaffer ed-Din Musa, (1176-1237), married with issue.

1.7.1.1. Princess N, married to El-Malek el-Jaud Yunus.

1.7.2. Prince El-Malek el-Kamel Mohammed, (1177-1238), Sultan of Egypt, married (1) to Princess N of Egypt, (d/o Sultan Yusuf ubn Ayub Salah), married (2) to Werd el-Muna, with issue.

1.7.2.1. Prince El-Malek el-Mesoud Yusuf, (d. 1229), married with issue.

1.7.2.1.1. Prince Yusuf of Egypt, married with issue.

1.7.2.1.1.1. Prince El-Malek el-Ashrad Musa of Egypt, Sultan of Egypt, (r 1248-1254).

1.7.2.1.2. Princess N of Egypt.

1.7.2.2. Prince El-Malek el-Adel Abu Bakr of Egypt, (1216-1248), Sultan of Egypt, (r. 1238 -48), married with issue.

1.7.2.2.1. Prince El-Malek el-Moghith Feth ed-Din Omar of Egypt.

1.7.2.3. (illegitimate) Prince El-Malek es-Saleh Nejm ed-Din Ayub of Egypt, (1206-1249), Sultan of Egypt, (r. 1240-1249), married to Princess Sheje ed-Dorr of Rum, with issue.

1.7.2.3.1. Prince El-Malek el-Moghith Feth ed-Din Omar of Egypt, (d. 1244).

1.7.2.3.2. (illegitimate) Khalil, (d. 1249).

1.7.2.3.3. (illegitimate) Prince El-Malek el-Moaddem Turan-Shah of Egypt, (d. 1250), Sultan of Egypt, (r. 1249-1250).

1.7.2.4. Princess Fatima Khatun of Egypt, married 1231 to Prince El-Malik el-Aziz, Sultan of Aleppo.

1.7.2.5. Princess Ghazia Khatun of Egypt, married 1229 to Prince El-Malik El-Modaffer Mahmud, Prince of Hamah.

1.7.2.6. Princess Ashwara of Egypt.

1.7.3. Prince El-Malek el-Moaddem Isa, (1175-1227), married with issue.

1.7.3.1. Prince El-Malek en-Naser Salah ed-Din Daud, (1204-1258), married with issue.

1.7.3.1.1. Prince El-Amjed Hasan, (c. 1250).

1.7.3.1.2. Prince Ed-Daher Shadi, (c. 1250).

1.7.3.1.3. Prince El-Malek el-Moaddem Isa, (c. 1250).

1.7.4. Prince El-Malek el-Hafed nur ed-Dul Arsland Shah, (d. 1241).

1.7.5. Prince El-Malek el-Aziz Eimad ed-Din Othman, married with issue.

1.7.5.1. Prince El-Malek es-Said, (c. 1260).

1.7.6. Prince El-Malek es-Saleh Eimad ed-Din Ismail, (1200-1251).

1.7.7. Prince El-Malek el-Wahad Ayub, (d. 1210), married to Princess Rusudan of Georgia.

1.7.8. Prince El-Malek el-Ashref Musa, King of the Armenians 1207.

1.7.9. Prince El-Malek el-Modaffer Shehab ed-Din-Ghazi, married with issue.

1.7.9.1. Prince El-Malek el-Kamel Naser ed-Din Mohammed, (killed in battle 1259), married with issue.

1.7.10. Prince Maudoud, married with issue.

1.7.10.1. Prince El-Malek Jaud Yunis, (d. 1240), married to Princess N (d/o El-Malek El-Ashref Modaffer ed-Din Musa).

1.7.11. Prince Taki ed-Din Abbas, 9d. 1250).

1.7.12. Princess N, married 1192 to Prince Mu'iss ai-Din Qaysar-Shah of Rum.

1.7.13. Princess Daifa Khatun, (1185-1242), married (1) 1212 to El-Malek ed-Dafer Khider of Egypt, (See above), married (2) to El-Malik el-Aziz, Sultan of Aleppo, (see above).

1.7.14. Princess Maleka Khatun, (d. 1220), married to El-Malek el-Mansur Mohammed, (iSee above)

1.8. Prince Taj el-Mouc Bouri, (d. 1183).

1.9. Prince Seif el-Ishim Toghtibin, married with issue.

1.9.1. Prince El-Malek el-Moezz Ismail, (killed 1202), Caliph of Yemen 1202.

1.9.2. Prince En-Naser, (d. 1202).

1.10. Princess Rebia Khatun Sitt es-Shah, (d. 1245), married to Modaffer ed-Din Kukburi, Sultan of Arbelles, with issue.

1.10.1. Princess N of Arbelles, married to Eimad ed-Din Zenghi, Prince of Mosul.

2. Ased ed-Din Shirkuh, (d. 1169), Vizir in Damascus, married with issue.

2.1. Naser ed-Din Mohammed, (d. 1186), married with issue.

2.1.1. El-Malik el-Mojahed Shirkuh, (d. 1239), Emir of Aleppo, (r 1193-1239), married with issue.

2.1.1. El-Malik el-Mansur Ibrahim, (d. 1246), Emir of Aleppo, (r 1239-1246), married to Princess N. of Egypt and Aleppo, (see above), with issue.

2.1.1.1. El-Malek el-Ashref Modaffer ed-Din Musa, (d. 1262), Emir of Aleppo, (1246-1262), married to Princess Maria Komene Batatzes, with issue.

2.1.1.1.1. Prince El-Malek ed-Daher, (beheaded in 1260).

2.1.1.1.2. Prince El-Malek es-Saleh, (beheaded in 1260).

2.1.1.1.3. Princess N. of Aleppo, married to Prince Faramarz of Rum.

 

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