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The subject of this topic is about identity, life and structures of Turkey Seljuk Sultan Alaeddin Keykubad's wife Mahperi Huand Hatun. There is no more information about her life in term about Mahperi Huand Hatun as more as general lines. She were built many structures like as mosques, baths, tombs, lodges and inns. All of the building inscription was built in period of her son's Sultan II. Gıyaseddin Keyhüsrev's. Historical and political conditions, suggesting the other structures were built in the same period. Huand Hatun Complex It consists of a madrasah, a mosque, a tomb and a double bath in the Kayseri. Madrasa and men's section of the double bath are the earliest of buildings in the complex and these buildings are estimated to have been built by I. Alâeddin Keykubad. According to the inscription of mosque is estimated by build Mahperi Huand Hatun. Additionally tomb and women’s bath are estimated by build her in different times. Thus buildings of the complex aren't built designed together, but all of buildings were planned connecting to each other. The plan arrangement of Mahperi Huand Hatun Mosque it is understood that a new application is desired in the structure when its examined. The muqarnas filled base of the tomb placed on the northwest corner of the mosque, it is noteworthy that there is no other example. Structure inn built on the north-south trade routes of international overseas, repeat theTurkey Seljuk in plan schemes. Study is concluded that Hatun Mahperi Huand bringing the overall structure are remain within the tradition of some important innovations in the Turkey Seljuk architecture techniques and applications they repeat.


Turkey Seljuks, Mahperi, Huand Complex, Sheikh Turesan Hermitage, Han, architecture, place

Yazar: Demet KARA -
Sayfa Sayısı: 107-136
Tam Metin:
Turkish Studies
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