Sayf al-Din Turumtay, Seljuk Commander
fl. 1270s/670s AH
Turkey
Sayf al-Din Turumtay was a military commander (beylerbey) during the reign of Seljuq Sultan Kaykhusraw III (r. 1265-1282/663-681). He is known as an architectural patron through his works in Amasya, including a tomb and dervish lodge known today as Torumtay Türbesi. He is also possibly the patron of the adjoining Gökmedrese.

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Sayf al-Din Turumtay, Seljuk Commander
سيف الدين طرمطاي
Original
Sayf al-Din Turumtay
Transliterated
Seyfeddin Torumtay
Alternate transliteration
Turumtay, Sayf al-Din
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Torumtay, Seyfeddin
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