Regarding Political Relations of Abusayid Mirzo with the Ruler of Aqquyuns
Dr. Khurshid T. Fayziev
PhD, Associate Professor the State Museum of Temurid History Tashkent, Uzbekistan

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This article informs about political activities of Sultan Abusayid, the ruler of Temurids Empire, his struggle for the throne of Samarqand, military, political and embassy relations on the issue of Western Iran and Azerbaijan regions with representatives of Aqquyuns dynasty Hasanbek and Qaraquyuns Jahanshah. The role and importance of the territories of Western Iran and Azerbaijan[1] in the Temurid kingdom were both politically and economically important. The essence of the Sultanate's military-political relations with local principalities and various ethnic groups in these regions are not only to control Western Iran and Azerbaijan, but also to be seen from time to time as a place where conflicting political and economic interests of major powers should collide.


Temurids, Aqquyuns, Qaraquyuns, Amir Temur, Shahrukh Mirzo


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