Origin of Seljuk
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It soon became the capital of the Seljuk state, and one of the most brilliant cities of the world.
It contains the ruins of a castle and of several Seljuk mosques.
They must have gone still further, for we find that Aseddin, the mother of one of the Seljuk dynasties, was a Christian.The Moral and Intellectual Diversity of Races|Arthur, comte de Gobineau
The Seljuk princes were too much absorbed by internal strife to concentrate against the new assailants.
It is still called Konia, and it was the capital of the Seljuk Turkish empire for several centuries.