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Toqaq, Chief of the Kinik Tribe of the Oghuz Turks, (d. 1021), with issue.
1. Seljuk, un Turc de la Tribu des Kabaks et de la race d’Afraciab, with issue.
1.1. ArslanIsrail, (c. 985, d. 1032 in Prison).
1.2. Mikail, (c. 985), Chief of the Kinik Tribe, married to N of Inal, with issue.
1.2.1. Abu Salim.
1.2.2. Daud Jeghur Beg, (989-1061), Governor of Korasan (1040-1060), with issue. Kaverd, (murdered 1073), with issue. Sultan Shah. Soleiman. Abu Sheja Alp Arslan Mohammed, (1030-1072), 2nd Sultan of Rum (r 1063-1072), married 1063 to Lady N of Lorhi (d/o Armenian Lord of Lorhi and a Princess of Georgia), with issue. Malik Shah, (1053-1092), Sultan of Rum, (1072-1092), married (1) 1071 to Princess N. of the Byzantine Empire (d/o Romanos IV), married (2) to N of Argun, married (3), Princess Zobeidah of Rum (d/o Yakuti), married (4) 1078 to Turkan Khatun, d/o Togmaj Khan), married (5) N, married (6) 1121 to N, with issue. (First marriage) Princess N of Rum, married to Ala ed-Daule Kershaf, Prince of Yezd. Princess N of Rum, married to Mohammed Khan, with issue. Mahmud Khan, (d. 1162). (Second marriage) Barkiarok of Rum, (1079-1105), Sultan of Rum (r 1092-1105), married with issue. Prince Malik Shah of Rum, (1099-). (Fourth marriage) Prince Mahmud of Rum, (1086-1095), d.inf. (Fifth marriage) Mohammed, (1081-1118), Sultan of Rum, (r 1105-1118), married to Princess Gohar Khatun of Persia, with issue. Mahmud, (1102-1131), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1118-1131), married (1) to Princess N of Rum, (see below), married (2) Princess N of Rum (see below), with issue. (First marriage) Daud, (murdered 1139), Sultan of Rum, (1131-1139), married 1134 to Princess Gohar Khatun of Rum (d/o Sultan Masud), dsp. (Second marriage) Malik Shah, (1127-1160), Sultan of Rum, (r1152-1160). Mohammed, (d. 1159), Sultan of Rum, (1152-1159), married to Princess Gohar of Rum, d/o Sultan Masud), with issue. Prince N of Rum, (d. 1159), dunm. Prince Jagri Beg, (1109-1115), d.inf. Masud Temirek, (1108-1152), Sultan of Rum, ( -1152), married to Stefanie d’Ibelin, with issue. Alp Arslan, (1177), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1177-). Princess Gohar of Rum, married (1) 1134 to Daud, Sultan of Rum, (See above), married (2) Mohammed, Sultan of Rum (See above). Princess N. of Rum, married to Muzaffereddin, Bey of Germiyan. Tughril, (1109-1134), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1131-1134), married (1) to N, married (2) to Ildeguiz, with issue. Prince Arslan Shah of Rum, (d. 1175), married (1) to Kerman Khatun El Moktafi, married (2) 1175 to Siti-Fatimeh ed-Daulah, with issue. Tughril, (killed in battle 1194), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1177-1194), married with issue. Prince Malik Shah of Rum. Princess N of Rum, married (1) to Muzaffar ed-Din Uzbeg, married (2) to Djelal ed-Din, King of Kharezm. Princess N. of Rum, married to Mehmed Bey, Emir of Siniop. Princess N. of Rum, married to Prince Mughit al-Din Togril-Shah of Rum, (d. 1213), Emir of Elbistan 1186, (see below). Prince Seldjuk Shah of Rum, (c. 1131), married with issue. Prince Mohammed of Rum. Suleiman Shah, (murdered 1160), Sultan of Rum, (1159-1160). (Sixth marriage) Sinjar, (1084-1157), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1118-1157), married 1151 to Princess Rusudan of Georgia (d/o Demetre I), with issue. Princess N of Rum, married to Mahmud, Sultan of Rum. Princess N of Rum, married to Mahmud, Sultan of Rum. Princess N. of Rum, married to Prince Yaghi Arsland of Danismend, Governor of Sivas. Princess N. of Rum, married to Prince Ayn al-Dawla of Danismend, Governor of Melitese. Prince Takash of Rum, (murdered 1095). Prince Abu Said Tutush of Rum, (1066-Killed in Battle 1095), Emir of Aleppo (r.1094-1095), married with issue. Fakhr al-Mulk Radwan, (d. 1114), Emir of Aleppo, (r. 1095-1114), married to N of Antioch (d/o Yaghi Sian, Lord of Antioch), married (2) N of Hama, with issue. (First marriage) Alp Arslan, (1096-1115), Emir of Aleppo, (r. 1114-1115). Prince Malek Shah of Rum and Aleppo, (murdered 1114), married with issue. Prince N of Rum and Aleppo, (murdered 1114). Prince N of Rum and Aleppo, (murdered 1114). Prince Sultanshah of Rum and Aleppo, (1108-1123), Emir of Aleppo, (1115-1123) Prince Ibrahim of Rum and Aleppo. Princess N of Rum and Aleppo, married 1123 to Prince Balek Ortokids, Prince of Aleppo. Prince Duqaq of Rum and Aleppo, Emir of Damascus (r. 1097-1104), married with issue. Prince Buri of Rum, Aleppo and Damascus. Prince Iltash of Rum, Aleppo and Damascus, (1092-). Prince Tutush of Rum, Aleppo and Damascus, (1103-), Emir of Damascus, (1104-). Prince Abu Taleb of Rum and Aleppo, (killed 1114). Prince Behram of Rum and Aleppo, (killed 1114). Prince Bektash of Rum and Aleppo, Emir of Damascus, (r. 1104-). Princess N of Rum and Aleppo, married to Suleyman, Sultan of Rum. Prince Mohammed of Rum, married with issue. Prince Yaghi Sian of Rum, (killed 1098), Lord of Antioch (1097-1098), married with issue. Prince Shams ed-Din of Antioch, (c. 1098). Prince Buldagis of Antioch. Princess N of Antioch, married to Fakhir al-Mulk Radwan, Sultan of Aleppo. Prince Arslan Argun of Rum, (murdered 1097). Princess N of Rum, married to Nikephoros Diogenes, Emperor of the Byzantine Empire (r. 1070-1071), with issue. Princess N. Diogenes, married to Zaheer-ul Daulah Artuk Bey, Governor of Jerusalem. Princess N of Rum, married to Caliph El-Moktadi Bi-Amr. Princess N of Rum, married to Abdallah Kalbid, Emir of Trapani and Mazara.
1.2.3. Abutalip.
1.2.4. Rokn ed-Din Tughril beg Mohammed, (990-1063), created Sultan of Rum in 1037-1063, married without issue.
1.3. Musa Arslan Baigu, (c. 985), with issue.
1.3.1. Kutlumus, with issue. Suleyman, (killed in battle 1086), married to Princess N of Rum, (d/o Sultan Tutush), with issue. Kilic Arslan, (killed in battle 1107), Sultan of Rum, (r 1092-1107), married to Princess N of Smyrna, (d/o Chaka, Emir of Smyrna), with issue. Prince N of Rum, (1095 – killed in battle 1107). Shahanshah, (1095-1116), Sultan of Rum, (1109-1116). Masud, (d. 1155), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1116-1155), married to Princess N of Danishmend, with issue. Prince Alp Arslan of Rum, (d. 1145). Princess N of Rum, married 1140 to Prince Ioannes Komnenos Tzelepes. Princess N of Rum, married 1150 to Nur ed Din, Sultan of Aleppo and Damascus. Kilic Arslan II, (d. 1192), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1155-1192), married (1) to Princess N. Komnene, with issue. Prince Qutb al-Din Malik-Shah of Rum, (d. 1194), Emir of Konya 1189. Kay Khusraw I, (killed in battle 1211), Sultan of Rum, (1192-1211), married 1203 to Princess N. Komnenos Maurozomes, with issue. Kay Kawus I, (d. 1220), Sultan of Rum, (1211-1220). Kay Qubadh I, (d. 1237), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1220-1237), married to Lady N of Kalonoros, (d/o Kir Farid, Greek Lord of Kalonoros), with issue. Prince Shems ed-Din of Rum, (1250-1324), (Migrated to the Byzantine empire), married to Princess N Paleologo of the Byzantine Empire, with issue. Princess Eudokia Doukaina Angelina Komnene of Rum, (1265-1325), married 1279 to Theodoros Sarantenos, with issue. Fatima Sarantenos, married to Masud II, Sultan of Rum, (see below), married (2) to Kay Qubadh III, (killed 1307), Sultan of Rum, (see below). Princess N Doukaina Angelina Komnene of Rum, married to Karamond Bey, Emir of Karaman, (see on this page). Kay Khusraw II, (d. 1246), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1237-1246), married (1) to Mahpari Hunat,  daughter of a Greek Priest, Konstantinos Tornikes and Princess N. Komnene married (2) Princess Ismat al-Dunya Wa’l-din of Aleppo, married (3) 1237 to Princess Thamar of Georgia (See below), with issue. (First marriage) Kay Kawus II, (1234-1280), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1256-1278), married (1) to Prodouilla, daughter of a Greek Priest, married (2) to Princess N of the Mongols, with issue. (First marriage) Masud II, (d. 1307), Sultan of Rum, (1278-1295, 1303-1307), married to Fatima Sarantenos, (see above), with issue. Princess N of Rum, married to Mahmet Bey, Emir of Karaman, (see on this page). Prince Kay Unmarth of Rum, (d. 1290), dunm. Prince Melik Constantinos of Rum, (d. 1306), Governor of Pegai in Mystra for the Byzantine Empire, married to Princess N Paleologo Komnene, with issue. Prince Alexios Soultanos Palaiologos of Rum, (d. 1344), married to Princess Muna of Sogut,  with issue. Prince Demetrios Soultanos Palaiologos, married with issue. Princess Theodora Soultanos Palaiologos, (d. 1376), married to Manuel Monomaxos. Princess N. Soultanos Palaiologos, married to Prince Muhammad Bey of Sogut. Princess N. of Rum, married to Zeyneddin Karaca Bey, Emir of Dulkadir. Prince Demetrios Soultanos Palaiologos, dunm. Prince Qilic Arslan of Rum, (d. 1264), d.unm. Prince Siyawush of Rum, (1264-executed 1300). (Second marriage) Prince Faramarz of Rum, (d. 1264), married to Princess N. of Aleppo, with issue. Kay Qubadh III, (killed 1307), Sultan of Rum, (r 1295-1303), married to Fatima Sarantenos, (see above), with issue. Masud III, (d. 1307), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1307). Princess N of Rum, married to Al-ud Halel Mirza, Emir of Karaman, (see on this page). Princess Kamariya Sultana Mal Khanum of Rum, married to Osman Khan Ghazi, 1st Sultan of the House of Osman (Second marriage) Kilic Arslan IV, (1236-1265), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1256-1265), married to Gumac Hatun, with issue. Kay Khusraw III, (1259-1284), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1265-1284), married to Princess of the Mongels (d/o Barka Khan), with issue. Prince N of Rum, (d. 1285). Prince N of Rum, (d. 1286). Princess N. of Rum, married to Kerimuddin Alsir, Bey of Germiyan. (Third marriage) Kay Qubadh II, (1239-1257), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1237-1257). Princess Gurji Khatun of Rum, married to Mu’in ed-Din Suleyman. Princess N of Rum, married to Nure Sofi, Leader of the Karamanids, with issue. Karamond Bey, First Emire of Karaman, (r 1257-1261), married to Princess N. of Rum, (see on this page), with issue. Mahmut Bey, Emir of Karaman, (r 1300-1312), married to Princess N. of Rum, (see on this page), with issue. Ala ud-Din Shuja ud Din Halil Mirza Bey, Emir of Karaman (r 1332-1340), married to Princess N. of Rum, (see on this page), with issue. Prince Ala ud-Din Ali, (killed 1397), Emir of Karaman, married to Princess Nafisa Khanum of the Ottoman Empire (d/o Sultan Murad1), with issue. Nazir ud-Din Ghiyas ud-Din Muhammad II, (1397-1423), Emir of Karaman, married to Princess Inju Khanum of the Ottoman Empire, (d/o Sultan Mohammed I), with issue. Prince Taj ud-Din Sarim ud-Din Ibrahim II, (d. 1467), Emir of Karaman, married 1426 to (Aunt) Princess Ilaldi Khanum of the Ottoman Empire, (d/o Sultan Mohemmad I), with issue. Prince Musa Bey, Exiled to Egypt 1467, married to Princess Semse of Dulkadir, with issue.  SOLIMANO BIN MUSA (alias Saverio Sultana), from Turkey (1507-59) A slave of several Grand Masters from Rhodes Island and in Malta under Grand Master de Homedes with great diligence was freed 1539 with a condition that he had to serve another six years. Upon release, the Grand Master had granted him some lands in Xaghra, Gozo for services rendered., married 1540 Matrice Gozo to Mustafa, an ex-slave from Turkey, formerly Princess of Ramadan . Both become Christians upon Baptism. Solimano is a younger son of a Amir or Bey (Chief or Lord of a Chieftain/Clan) in Karaman, Turkey. Giovanni Soltana, (1540-92), married 1555 at Rabat, Gozo to Anna an ex-slave from Tunisia , with issue. Maria Anna Soltana, (1559-), married 1574 Matrice Gozo to Antonio Micallef, an Ex Slave of Ethopia, with issue. (only child) Giulia Sultana Micallef, upon marriage part of her legacy was the lands given to her grandfather and great grandfather and both her and spouse to took on the surname of Soltana to carry further the legacy given by the Grand Master de Homedes., married 1587 Rabat, Gozo to Nicola Savona “sives Sagona”, with issue. Stefano Soltana., (1562-), ‘Monk‘, dunm. Johanna Soltana., (1564-), ‘Nun‘, dunm. Romanza Soltana., (1565-)., Nun., dunm. Fatima Soltana., (1541-73). Angarao Soltana., (1543-64)., married 1560 at Rabat, Gozo to Lorenza Mifsud., with issue. Giovanni Soltana., (1562-85)., married 1581 at Borgo., Malta to Mary Aquilina., with issue. Angelo Soltana., (1583-1641)., migrated to Messina, Sicily., married 1604 at Messina, Sicily to Amelia Lo Perez., with issue. Giovani Soltana., (Surname changed to Soltan) (1609-89), married 1636 at Messina, Sicily to Generosa dei Baroni Rosso.., with issue. Rev. Angelo Soltan., (1637-1705)., Priest., dunm. Rev. Antonio Soltan., (1638-57)., Priest., dunm. Abbott. Carmelo Soltan., (1639-84)., dunm. Amelia Soltan., (1641-1721)., married (1) 1659 at Messina to Nobile Enrico Rosso., married (2) 1674 at Messina to Barone Alessandro d’Aquila., married (3) 1683 at Messina to Captaino Gerhard von Miesen. Antonia Soltan., (1642-1735)., Mother Superior of the Order of St Domenics in Catania, Sicily. Leonara Soltana., (1585-1629)., married 1601 at Borgo., Malta to Tomaso Caruana, with issue. Andrea Caruana, married 1622 Zejtun to Paolina Bonnici, with issue. Mariano Caruana, married (1) to Marietta N, married (2) 1676 Cospicua to Maria Agius, with issue. (First marriage) Paolo Caruana, married 1662 Gharghur to Grazia Schembri. Grazia Caruana, married 1664 Valletta to Poalo Magro. Maria Caruana, married 1651 Cospicua to Michele Camilleri. Isabella Caruana, married 1659 Cospicua to Clemente Stafrag, with issue. Imperia Stafrag, married 1686 Ghaxaq to Sig Giuseppe Migliarelli. Caterina Caruana, married 1663 Zurrieq to Maruzio Cachia. Maruzza Caruana, married 1672 Mdina to Giacomo Azzopardi. Fabrizio Soltana, (Migrated to Monteleone, Sicily and moved back to Malta), married 1605 at San Paolo, Valletta to Argentina Ros, with issue. Giorgio Sultana, married 1651 Vittoriosa to Angelica Sultana (Niece), with issue. Ursola Sultana, married 1684 Matrice Gozo to Giuseppe Spiteri. Francesco Sultana, married 1739 Vittoriosa to Rosa Grech, with issue. Felice Sultana, married 1782 Vittoriosa to Veronica Lenci, with issue. Francesco Sultana, married 1805 Vittoriosa to Rosa Maria Busuttil, with issue. Maria Carmela Sultana, married 1832 Vittoriosa to Gio Nicola Serracino. Angelo Sultana, married 1807 Cospicua to Caterina Muscat, with issue. Vincenza Sultana, married 1824 Cospicua to Giovanni Attard. Paolo Sultana, married 1805 Vittoriosa to Teresa Montesin. Nicola Sultana, married 1789 Vittoriosa to Anna Burlo. Attilio Sultana, married 1604 Valletta to Cecilia Piantaniden, with issue. Cecilia Sultana, Nun. Ottavia Sultana, Nun. Angelica Sultana, married 1651 Vittoriosa to (Cousin) to Giorgio Sultana. Mauro Sultana, married 1610 Valletta to Nobile Maria This. Isidore Soltana., (1544-79). Maria Soltana., (1547-71). Elvira Soltana., (1548-95).  Pietro Soltana., (1549-56)., dunm. Princess N. of Karaman, married to Mahmud Bey, Emir of Ramadan. Princess Gul-Shah Khanun, (1433-1487), married to Mohammed II, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. Princess N. of Karaman, married to Prince Shahi Shalabi of Sogut. Prince Isa Bey, (d. 1437), married 1427 to (Aunt) Princess N. Khanum (d/o of Sultan Mohammed I of the Ottoman Empire), with issue. Princess Husni of Karaman, married to Bayezid II, Sultan of Ottoman Empire. Princess N. of Karaman, married to Ibrahim II Bey, Emir of Ramadan, married (2) to Isseddin Hamza Bey, Emir of Ramadan. Prince Bengi Ala ud-Din Ali II, Amir of Karaman, married 1426 to (Aunt) Princess Aisha Khanum (d/o Sultana Muhammed I of the Ottoman Empire). Princess N. of Karaman, married to Nasireddin Mehmed Bey, Emir of Dalkadir. Princess Sultana of Karaman, married to Bayezid I, Sultan of the Ottoman Empire. Princess N. of Karaman, married to Yakup I Bey, Emir of Germiyan. Prince Izz al-Din of Rum. Prince Rukin al-Din of Rum. Princess Maleka Khatun of Rum, married 1254 to El-Malek en Naser Salah ed-Din Yusuf, Sultan of Damascus. Prince Kay Faridun Ibrahim of Rum, Emir of Antalya. Suleyman II, (d. 1204), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1201-1204), married with issue. Kilic Arslan III, (d. 1205), Sultan of Rum, (r. 1204-1205), married to Princess N. of Danismend, with issue. Prince N of Rum. Prince Nasir al-Din Berk Yark-Shah of Rum, Emir of Niksar. Prince Mughit al-Din Togril-Shah of Rum, (d. 1213), Emir of Elbistan 1186, married to Princess N of Rum, (see above), with issue. Prince Muhammad Mughis ud-Din Yigit of Rum, (1206-1226), married to Rusudan I, Queen of Georgia, with issue. Princess Thamar of Georgia, (1228-), married 1237 to Kay Khusraw II, Sultan of Rum, married (2) to Mu’in al-Din Sulaiman Parwana, Emir of Sinop. Davit VI, (d. 1293), King of Imerati, (1258 -1293), married (1) to Tamara Amanelisdie, married (2)  to Tornikaina Tornikos, married (3) to Princess Theodora Doukaina Palaeologos, with issue. (First marriage) Konstantini I, (d. 1327), King of Imerati, (r. 1293-1327)dunm. (Second marriage) Mikeli II, (d. 1329), King of Imerati, (r. 1327-1329), married to Princess Haima of Sogut, with issue. Bagrat I, (d. 1372), King of Imerati, (r. 1329-1372), married 1358 to Princess N. of Smatzkhe, with issue. Aleksandri I, (d. 1389), King of Imerati, (r. 1387-1389), married to Princess Ana Orbeliani, with issue. Prince Demetre of Imerati, (d. 1389), Duke of Imerati, married N. Princess Tamara of Imerati, (d. 1441), married to Alexandri I, King of Georgia (r. 1412-1442), with issue. Giorgi VIII, King of Georgia (r. 1446-1465), King of Kakheti, (r. 1465-1476), married (1) to Princess Tamar of Samtskhe, married (2) to Nestan-Darejan of N, with issue. (First marriage) Prince Vaktang of Kakheti, (1445-1510), married to a Gulkanm N. Princess Elene of Kakheti, married to Spiridon Beenashvili, Nobile of Meskheti. Princess Keteon of Kakheti, married to Vakhushti Shalikahsvili, Nobile of Samstkhe. (Second marriage) Aleksandre I, King of Kakheti, (r. 1476-1511), married to Princess Ana Cholokashvili, with issue. Giorgi II, King of Kakheti, (r. 1511-1513), married to Princess Elene Irubakidze-Cholokashvili, with issue. Prince Demetre of Kakheti, his descendants were Princes Bagration-Davitishvili. Princess Mariam of Kakheti, married to Prince Giorgi Shaburidze of Argavi. Prince Davit of Kakheti, Patriarch of Georgia. Prince Zaal of Kakheti, (1428-1442), Co-King of Kakheti 1433-1442. Giorgi I, (d. 1392), King of Imerati, (r. 1389-1392). Konstantini II, (d. 1401), King of Imerati, (r. 1392-1401).  (Third marriage) Prince Aleksandri of Imerati, dunm. Princess Vakhtang of Imerati, (d. 1292), married 1289 to Oljath Khanun, married (2) 1292 to Davit VIII, King of Kakheti and Kartli. Princess Halime of Rum, (1200-1282), married to Ertugrul Khan Ghazi, Emir of Sogut. Prince Nur al-Din Mahmud Sultan-Shah of Rum, (killed 1193), Emir of Sivas 1186. Prince Mu’izz al-Din Qaysar-Shah of Rum, Emir of Malatiya 1186, married to Princess N of Aleppo, (d/o El Malik el-Adil). Prince Arslan-Shah of Rum, Emir of Nigde 1186. Prince N of Rum. Prince Muhyi al-Din Mas’ud-Shah of Rum, (killed 1204), Emir of Ankara in 1186. Princess Al-Malik Saltuk of Rum, married to Dhu’l Nun, Malik of Danismend. Prince N of Rum, (murdered 1155). Prince Shahanshah of Rum, (d. 1174), Emir of Cankiri and Ankara, (1155-1174), married to Princess N of Danishmend. Prince Sancar-Shah of Rum, Emir of Eregil, (r. 1186-), married with issue. Prince Nizam al-Din Argun-Shah of Rum, Emir of Amasya, (1186-). Prince Arab of Rum, (d. 1129). Prince Togril Arslan of Rum, (d. 1116). Mansur, (killed in battle 1078).
1.4. Iounis, (c. 985).