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The Cambridge History of Iran - V


Auteur : J. A. Boyle
Éditeur : Cambridge University Press Date & Lieu : 1968, Cambridge
Préface : Pages : 716
Traduction : ISBN : 13 978-0-521-06936-6
Langue : AnglaisFormat : 155x230mm
Code FIKP : Liv. En.Thème : Histoire

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The Cambridge History of Iran - V


The Cambridge History of Iran - V

J. A. Boyle

Cambridge University Press


For nearly a thousand years—indeed, until our own century—Iran has generally been ruled by non-Persian dynasties, usually Turkish but sometimes Mongol or Kurdish. This domination at the highest level has had less effect on Iranian national psychology and literary consciousness than might be expected, for all of the alien ruling dynasties have come from races of low cultural development, and thus they have lacked the administrative expertise necessary for ruling a land of ancient settlement and civilization. Whether consciously or unconsciously, they have adopted Iranian culture at their courts, and they have been compelled to employ Iranian officials to administer the country and collect the taxes.

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J. A. Boyle

The Cambridge History of Iran

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Cambridge University Press
The Cambridge History of Iran
In Eight Volumes
Volume 5
J. A. Boyle

The Saljuq and Mongol Periods
edited by
J. A. Boyle
Professor of Persian Studies, University of Manchester

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1968

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Board of Editors

A. J. Arberry (Chairman)
Sir Thomas Adams's Professor of Arabic,
University of Cambridge

Sir Harold Bailey
Emeritus Professor of Sanskrit,
University of Cambridge

J. A. Boyle
Professor of Persian Studies,
University of Manchester

Basil Gray
Keeper of the Persian Antiquities,
British Museum

A. K. S. Lambton
Professor of Persian,
University of London

L. Lockhart
Pembroke College, Cambridge

P. W. Avery (Editorial Secretary)
Lecturer in Persian,
University of Cambridge

 




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