Mardin is one of the rare cities that houses monuments of Turkish-Islamic art and architecture. Mardin, which stands out especially with Artuqids and continues to exist with them, is one of the important tourisms centres in terms of preserving its old texture. Artuqids founded by Necmeddin İlgazi in 1106 based in Mardin ruled until 1409. They revealed important cultural assets in Mardin and its vicinity. Artuqids sultans who ascended the throne-built buildings such as mosques, madrasas and tombs as charities. The Sultans and their relatives were either buried in a space inside these structures or only in independent tombs. While some of the places where the Sultans were buried exist today, some of them are only mentioned in the archives. In this study, the tombs of the Artuqids dynasty members who made Madrid the capital for three centuries and which struck the Turkish-Islamic seal all over the city were studied. The non-existent structures have been identified from various archival records. The incorrectly known shrines have been redefined in the light of new documents and information. The tombs where the Artuqids Sultans were buried in Mardin were brought together and examined for the first time by this study.

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Mardin Artuqids, Nacm al-din Il-Ghazi, Tomb.