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Shams al-Din Juvayni (Persian: شمسالدین جوینی; also spelled Joveyni) was a Persian statesman and member of the Juvayni family. He was an influential figure in early Ilkhanate politics, serving as sahib-i divan (vizier and minister of finance) under four Mongol Ilkhans−Hulagu, Abaqa, Tekuder and Arghun Khan. In 1284, Arghun accused Shams al-Din of having poisoned the Ilkhan Abaqa, who may actually have died of the effects of alcoholism; Shams al-Din was duly executed and replaced as vizier by Buqa. A skillful political and military leader, Shams al-Din is also known to have patronized the arts. The musician Safi al-Din al-Urmawi was one of those he supported.
Shams al-Din Juvayni
|Sahib-i divan of the Ilkhanate|
|Succeeded by||Fakhr al-Din Mustawfi|
|Died||16 October 1284 (aged 58)|
Near Ahar, Azerbaijan, Ilkhanid Iran
(daughter of Avag Mkhargrdzeli)
|Children||Baha al-Din Muhammad|
Sharaf al-Din Harun