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The Cambridge History of Iran - VI


Author : Peter Jackson
Editor : Cambridge University Press Date & Place : 1986, Cambridge
Preface : Peter Jackson Pages : 1066
Traduction : ISBN : 0 521 20094 6
Language : EnglishFormat : 145x225mm
FIKP's Code : Liv. En.Theme : History

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The Cambridge History of Iran - VI

Peter Jackson

Cambridge University Press


The period of Iranian history from the death of the last important Il-Khan, Abu Sa'id, in 1335 down to the mid 18th century has scarcely received adequate notice from western historians. Since this volume was first conceived, the void has been filled partially by two works in English, The Aqquyunlu by J. E. Woods (1976) and R. M. Savory's Iran under the Safavids (1980). But there is as yet no authoritative monograph on Timur or the Timurids (with the qualified exception of Barthold's work on Ulugh Beg and on the court of Husain Balqara); and the standard work on the Qara Quyunlu is in Turkish. It is not the least merit of Professor Roemer's first four chapters, therefore, to make the pre-Safavid era as a whole accessible and intelligible to the Western reader.

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