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Short Information Malik Shah I ( The Great Seljuk )
Under Alp Arslan’s successor, Malik Shah, and his two Persian viziers, Nizām al-Mulk and Tāj al-Mulk, the Seljuk state expanded in various directions, to the previous Iranian border of the times before the Arab invasion, in order that it soon bordered China within the east and therefore the Byzantines within the west. Malikshāh was the one who moved the capital from Rey to Isfahan. it had been under his rule and leadership that the Saljūq Empire had reached the peak of its successes.
The Iqta military system and the Nizāmīyyah University at Baghdad were established by Nizām al-Mulk, and the reign of Malikshāh was reckoned the golden age of “Great Seljuk”. The Abbasid Caliph titled him “The Sultan of the East and West” in 1087. The Assassins (Hashshashin) of Hassan-i Sabāh started to become a force during his era, however, and they assassinated many leading figures in his administration; according to many sources these victims included Nizām al-Mulk.
In 1076 Malik Shah I surged into Georgia and reduced many settlements to ruins. from 1079/80 onward, Georgia was pressured into submitting to Malik-Shah to ensure a precious degree of peace at the price of an annual tribute.