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The Relation Between Āl Afrāsīāb and Abbāsid Caliphate
Mohsen Rahmati
Lorestan University
Abstract:   (531 Views)
The convert  turki clan of Āl Afrāsīāb dominated on border area of  islam world, in Turkistan and Semirchie, in the middle of 4th century, and gradually, were extended domain of it realm up to eastern provinces of islam world, from Altay Mountains to the Oxus river. In the beginning, in addition to remoteness to center of Chaliphate, its Tribal nature was  the cause of their hostile relations. Their Relation be affected by numerous factors like to Ismailids and Shi’īte’s endeavors, advent of Seljūqids, Interventions of the Ghaznavids, Qarakhitay’s invasion to transoxiana, and so on, were variant, and were been changed.
As, the their mutual relations were peaceful based on consensus and convergence, and, occasionally,beside nominally preserved,their relations were been eclipsed and exchanged to hostile relations based onopposition and contrast. The attempt is made here to identify  the internal evolutions in samanian realm, the correlation between Āl Afrāsīāb Khans and abbāsid chaliphate with an  emphasis on the affecting factors.
Keywords: Āl Afrāsīāb, Abbāsid chaliphate, transoxiana, Relations.
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2017/11/4 | Accepted: 2018/04/28

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