Ferruh Bey, Vizier to Seljuks of Rum
fl. 1237-1247/634-644 AH
Ferruh Bey was a grand vizier during the reign of Seljuk Sultan of Rum Ghiyath al-Din Kaykhusraw II (r. 1237-1247/634-644 AH). He is known as a patron of architecture through an inscription plaque on the Burmali Minare Camii in Amasya, Turkey, where he and his brother "Yusuf the treasurer" (Yusuf al-Khazin) are credited with having established the waqf of the mosque.

Sources:

Gabriel, Albert. Monuments Turcs d’Anatolie, 2:17-20. 2 vols. Paris: E. de Boccard, 1931-1934.
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Ferruh Bey, Vizier to Seljuks of Rum
فرخ بك
Original
Farrukh Beg
Translated
Ferruh Beg
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Ferruh Bey
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