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Beylik of Teke
1321–1423
Flag of Teke
Flag of Teke according to the Catalan Atlas.
Map of the Anatolian beyliks (Turkish)
Map of the Anatolian beyliks (Turkish)
Yivli Minare Mosque, symbol of Antalya, built by the Beylik of Teke c. 1375
Yivli Minare Mosque, symbol of Antalya, built by the Beylik of Teke c. 1375
Capital Antalya
Common languages Old Anatolian Turkish
Religion
Sunni Islam
Government Monarchy
Bey 
• 1321–?
Yunus Bey
• ?–1391 and 1402–1423
Osman Çelebi
Historical era Late Medieval
• Established
1321
• Disestablished
1423
Preceded by
Succeeded by
Sultanate of Rum
Ottoman Empire

The Anatolian beylik of Teke ( Turkish: Tekeoğulları Beyliği, 1321–1423), with its capital at Antalya, was one of the frontier principalities established by Oghuz Turkish clans after the decline of the Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm.

History

The Teke dynasty started with a split of territories between two brothers of the neighboring Beylik of Hamidid dynasty. Yunus Bey became the first ruler of the beylik. The inhabitants spoke Anatolian Turkish [1]

Legacy

The Turkish province of Antalya was named the sub-province ( sanjak) of Teke until the early years of the Republic of Turkey. The peninsula west of Antalya is called Teke Peninsula.

List of rulers

  1. Yunus Bey (1319–1324)
  2. Mahmud Bey (1324–1328)
  3. Sinânüddin Hızır Bey (1328–1355)
  4. Dadı Bey (1355–1360)
  5. Mübârizüddin Mehmed Bey (1360–1380)
  6. Osman Çelebi (1380–1391)
  7. (Ottoman rule, 1391–1402)
  8. Osman Çelebi (1402–1421)

See also

References

  1. ^ "Kim Kimdir?� Biyografi Bankas� - FORSNET".