Batman Universitesi Yasam Bilimleri Dergisi
www.yasambilimleridergisi.com
Cilt 6, Sayı 1  Ocak-Haziran 2016  (ISSN: 2147-4877, E-ISSN: 2459-0614)
Abdullah Mesut AĞIR, Sedef GÜNEŞ

NO Makale Adı
1451029802 History of Mamluk Rebellions Model of the Rebellions of Tagribermiş and Aynal el-Cekemî

Abstract
Many rebellion took place in the center and in the provinces of Mamluk Empire. One of the centers of rebellion was Syria had sometimes been a starting point and sometimes a shelter for rebels who were against the current Sultan. Two of these rebellions were Tagribermiş, Viceroy of Aleppo, and Aynal el-Cekemî, Viceroy of Damascus. Both of these viceroys rebelled on the pretext that Sultan Yusuf, the son of Sultan Barsbay, had been dethroned by Çakmak. In fact, their aim was to seize the throne. Moreover, they did not build an alliance among themselves for this reason. In addition, neither could these rebels get the other viceroys in Syria to their sides nor provide support of Anatolian Turcoman. In this case, they could not be successful.

Key words:
Mamluks, Sultan Çakmak, Amir Tagribermiş, Amir Aynal el-Cekemî, Syria, Turcoman