Tutush I

Tutush I

Abu Sa'id Taj ad-Dawla Tutush I (en árabe, أبو سعيد ناج الدولة تتش السلجوقي) (muerto en 1095) fue un gobernador selyúcida, probablemente sultán o emir) de Damasco desde 1079 hasta 1095, sucediendo a Abaaq al-Khwarazmi.

En 1085 conquistó gran parte de Siria a Malik Shah I, pero la volvió a perder en 1086. Sin embargo, lograría recapturarla en 1094.

Tras su muerte, en 1095, su hijo más joven Duqaq heredó Damasco, provocando un enfrentamiento con su hermano Fakhr al-Mulk Radwan que dividiría el reino de su padre.


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