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Malikshah and Nizam al- Mulk, 1072–92

He distributed land grants [iq†ā‘s] to the soldiers and made them a source of income and revenue for them. They therefore had an incentive to make [the lands] prosper, and in the shortest time they returned to the best state of adornment. The sultan had relatives by marriage who prided them- selves on their relationship to him, on account of which they continually claimed that they were his kinsmen. | Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk 15 English Subtitle.

[Nizam al-M ulk] clipped their wings and prevented them from causing harm. He ruled the masses with prudence and arranged their affairs with his policy . . . With his pen he apportioned the kingdom which had been won by the sword in the best way, and carried out the most just assessment of the land. He investigated endowments and public works and established trustworthy men in their charge . . .’238 | Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk 15 English Subtitle

Isfahani exaggerates. Nizam al-M ulk was not the first to introduce the system of iq†ā‘ (land grants, see further pp. 79–80), which had been widely used during the Buyid period.239 Indeed, rather than administrative reform, Nizam al- Mulk’s ambition was to cement his own position and that of his relatives through a vast network of patronage and clientalism that reached across the empire.240 | Alparslan Buyuk Selju 15 English Subtitle

There is evidence that all was not well, both economically and politically. In Khuzistan, the revenue from tax farms actually seems to have fallen precipitously in Malikshah’s reign compared with Tughrıl’s, although it is unclear whether the cause was reduced pro- ductivity, an inability to collect revenues – or simply unreliable figures.241

Matthew of Edessa, despite his praise for Malikshah personally, describes the years around 1079–80 as marred by famine, depopulation, insecurity and migration.242 A passage in the Siyasatnama suggests that by the end of Malikshah’s reign the cost of sustaining the military was becoming unac- ceptably high.243 Politically, the vast power of Nizam al- Mulk suggests sultanic weakness.
As early as around 472/1080, Malikshah seems to have begun to turn against Nizam al- Mulk.244 Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk 15 English Subtitle

The vizier’s growing alienation was signalled by the execution of his grandson ‘Uthman b. Jamal al-M ulk.245 Nonetheless, Malikshah felt insufficiently strong to actually remove him, fearful, perhaps, of the Charybdis of the alienated Türkmen. It was not until the end of his reign that the sultan dared to move directly against Nizam al- Mulk, promoting his rival, the Jibali bureaucrat Taj al-M ulk. Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk 15English Subtitle

Terken Khatun, Malikshah’s wife, seems to have been particularly anxious to undermine the vizier, apparently to secure the succession for her own son.246 Some sources even accuse Malikshah of having a hand in the assassination of Nizam al- Mulk in Ramadan 485/October 1092.247 Malikshah started to spend more time in Baghdad, and was evidently plotting the removal of the caliph. Seljuk English Subtitle

Yet Malikshah’s own death, barely a month after Nizam al- Mulk’s, put paid to these schemes. He may have been murdered on the caliph’s instructions.248 The underlying tensions in the Seljuk political system would ensure that Malikshah’s vision of a powerful sultanate was never realised. Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk 15 English Subtitle

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  1. […] Although amirs often get bad press, in fact, these strongmen had an interest in making their own patch flourish, and in promoting their own claims to legitimacy through the lavishness of the patronage of their own courts. Such rulers relied on the prosperity of their lands to raise revenues to allow them to project power and resist the encroachments of their neighbors, and some amirs seem to have been genuinely popular with the people of their iq†ā‘s. Indeed, in some ways growing Amiral independence actually seems to have contributed to deepening Seljuk influences. Historical Series Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk, Watch Now […]

  2. […] 42 Alparslan Buyuk Seljuk 18 With English Subtitle The danger that the latter could be used as a potential rival for the sultanate meant that when Muhammad sent a third army to retake Mosul under amir Mawdud, Chavli had to be treated with care. He sought the sultan’s forgiveness, yielded up the prince, and was eventually reinstated as ruler of Fars. Chavli’s career underlines the limits of sultanic power. Far from meeting with retribution, he was rewarded with a new appointment. Chavli’s position was, of course, helped by his control of a potential rival for the Seljuk throne, and not every amir who crossed Muhammad was so lucky: Ayaz, for instance, a leading loyalist to Berkyaruq and the latter’s son Malikshah who changed sides at the last minute, ensuring Muhammad’s entry in Baghdad, was murdered on the sultan’s instructions. Go to Watch […]

  3. […] 59 The campaigns were continued with much greater success by Zangi (amir of Mosul from 521/1127, to which he added Aleppo in 1128), but Ibn al- Athir states that while all the earlier amirs were backed by the Seljuk sultans who sent them armies, ‘not one of the sultans helped [Zangi] with a single horseman’. Watch Episode 15 […]

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