Beylik of Lâdik

Lâdik (Turkish pronunciation: [ˈladic]) or Inanjids (Modern Turkish: İnançoğulları Beyliği ) was an Anatolian beylik with its capital in Denizli. It was one of the frontier principalities established by Oghuz Turkish clans after the decline of Seljuk Sultanate of Rûm. Its name derives from that of Laodicea on the Lycus.[1]

The current Turkish province of Denizli was named the sanjak (sub-province) of Lâdik till the early years of the Republic of Turkey.

Its rulers are listed below:

Bey Reign Notes
Mehmed Bey 1261-1262
Ali Bey 1262-1305
İnanç Bey 1305-1335
Murâd Arslan 1335-1362
İshâk Bey 1362-1368

See also


  1. Lâdik in 1300 from Euratlas
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