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Malik-Shah II (Persian: ملک شاه دوم; Turkish: II. Melikşah) or Mu'izz ad-Din Malik Shah II was Seljuq Sultan in Baghdad during 1105. He was the grandson of Malik Shah I, and was theoretically the head of the dynasty, although his relative Ahmed Sanjar in Khorasan probably held more effective power. He was deposed and killed by his uncle Muhammed Tapar.
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Muhammad I of Great Seljuq
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