علاء الدين كيقباد. سعد الدين كوبك

The Seljuks of Anatolia: Court and Society in the Medieval Middle East He was given poison during a feast at and died at an early age on 31 May 1237, the last of his line to die in independence
Many Muslim sufis and poets such as , , , , , and came to Anatolia during his reign Kayqubad, like the other Seljuq sultans of Rum, was quite well versed in the fine arts and would recite quatrains in Persian during wine drinking parties

لمحة تاريخية عن سعد الدين كوبيك

Historian mourned his death with these words, "With Kayqubad's death, the back of Islam was broken and the bond of kingdom and religion snapped".

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السلطان كيقباد الثاني
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السلطان علاء الدين السلجوقي
After his victory, he advanced further east, establishing Seljuq rule over , Ahlat and the region of formerly part of Ayyubids
كيقباد الأول
The sultan defeated the and the and absorbed the into the sultanate, capturing the fortresses of , , and along his march
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Mindful of the increasing presence and power of the on the borders of the Sultanate of Rum, he strengthened the defenses and fortresses in his eastern provinces Apart from reconstructing towns and fortresses, he built many , , , bridges and hospitals, many of which are preserved to this day

كيقباد الأول

Kayqubad was forced to flee to the fortress at , where he sought aid from the Turkman tribes of.

لمحة تاريخية عن سعد الدين كوبيك
The Artuqids of and the Ayyubids of recognized his sovereignty
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He expanded the borders of the sultanate at the expense of his neighbors, particularly the and the , and established a Seljuq presence on the Mediterranean with his acquisition of the port of Kalon Oros, later renamed in his honor
كي‌قباد الأول
He also captured a number of fortresses in , whose queen sued for peace and gave her daughter in marriage to Kayqubad's son,