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After initially sustaining a heavy defeat, Ardashir I was successful in subjugating the Kurds.Similarly, in AD 360, the Sassanid king Shapur II marched into the Roman province Zabdicene, to conquer its chief city, Bezabde, present-day Cizre.
and the fact that this usage reflects the sense of ethnic identity and unity of the Kurds." The number of Kurds living in Southwest Asia is estimated at close to 30 million, with another one or two million living in diaspora.
Kurds comprise anywhere from 18% to 20% of the population in Turkey, Kurds form regional majorities in all four of these countries, viz.
Kurds would hereafter be used in great numbers in the armies of the Zengids.
Succeeding the Zengids, the Kurdish Ayyubids established themselves in 1171, first under the leadership of Saladin.
However, in the High Middle Ages, the Kurdish ethnic identity gradually materialized, as one can find clear evidence of the Kurdish ethnic identity and solidarity in texts of the 12th and 13th century, Eventually Arabs conquered the Kurdish regions and gradually converted the majority of Kurds to Islam, often incorporating them into the military, such as the Hamdanids whose dynastic family members also frequently intermarried with Kurds.