Suleiman II (Rûm)(Redirected from Süleymanshah II)
|Seljuq sultans of Rum|
|Successor||Kilij Arslan III|
|Father||Kilij Arslan II|
He fought neighbouring rulers and expanded the territories of the Sultanate. In 1201 he conquered Erzurum, giving it as a fief to Mughith al-Din Tugrulshah in 1202. Successful in the wars with the Byzantines, he was routed by the Georgians in the Battle of Basian of 1203.
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| Sultan of Rûm
Kilij Arslan III
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