Ardabil

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poetry history

or Tolashi. Generally speaking, the written books and texts concerning Taleshi are rare. However, In the recent decades a scientific and research movement has come about in this old region in poetry, history, literature, etc. '''Ardabil''' is historical city in Ardabil (province) in Azerbaijan (Iranian Azerbaijan) region of Iran. Understand Get in By car Get around See *'''The complex


great created

, the Safavid state crumbled due to internal decay and external pressures from the Russians and Afghans (Hotaki). The Safavids encouraged and spread Shi'a Islam, as well as the arts and culture, and Shah Abbas the Great (Abbas I of Persia) created an intellectual atmosphere that according to some scholars was a new "golden age".


support leading

- collectively called "Kizilbash" by their enemies - rallied to his support. Leading his troops on a punitive campaign against the Shīrvanshāh (ruler of Shirvan), he sought revenge for the death of his father and his grandfather in Shīrvan. After defeating the Shīrvanshāh Farrukh Yassar, he moved south into Azarbaijan (Iranian Azerbaijan) where his 7,000 Kizilbash warriors defeated a force of 30,000 Ak Koyunlu under Alwand Mirzā, Roger M. Savory


decades long

and Adharybaydjian (Iranian Azerbaijan) in retaliation for Caliphate attacks on Khazaria during the course of the decades-long Khazar-Arab War (Khazars#Second_Khazar-Arab_war) of the early 700s. When his master, Najm al-Dīn Kubrā, was murdered in 618 1221, Dāya fled to Hamadan, then to Ardabil, and then to Anatolia where he finally settled with a fellow contemporary master Rumi. Completed during the rule of the Safavid Shah Tahmasp I in the mid-16th century


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, the Safavid state crumbled due to internal decay and external pressures from the Russians and Afghans (Hotaki). The Safavids encouraged and spread Shi'a Islam, as well as the arts and culture, and Shah Abbas the Great (Abbas I of Persia) created an intellectual atmosphere that according to some scholars was a new "golden age".


century quot

from the Ottomans. Anthony Bryer, ''open citation'', p. 136 ) Ismail grew up bilingual, speaking Persian (Persian language) and Azeri (Azerbaijani language). Roger M. Savory. „Safavids“ in Peter Burke, Irfan Habib, Halil Inalci:»History of Humanity-Scientific and Cultural Development: From the Sixteenth to the Eighteenth Century", Taylor & Francis. 1999. Excerpt from pg 259:"Доказательства, имеющиеся в настоящее время

ancestry as it is sometimes claimed. It is probable that the family originated in Persian Kurdistan, and later moved to Azerbaijan, where it became assimilated to Turkic-speaking Azeris and eventually settled in the small town of Ardabil sometime during the eleventh century. ". Вопрос о языке, на котором говорил шах Исмаил, не идентичен вопросу о его «расе» или «национальности». Его происхождение было смешанным: одна из его бабушек была


manufacturing technique

, Azerbaijan Guba , Shirvan region and Baku; 2) Ganje-Kazakh, with centers in Ganje (Ganja, Azerbaijan) town and Qazakh region; 3) Karabakh (with major centers in Shusha, surrounding villages; and 4) Tabriz with centers in Tabriz and Ardabil in South (Iranian) Azerbaijan (Iranian Azerbaijan). The carpets from various regional types differ by three features: ornaments, manufacturing technique and the kind of article in question. Karabakh carpets comprise 33 different compositions in total. Some of them were partly borrowed from the Tabriz and Iranian carpet schools, some are completely original. He was the commander of the Ottoman forces during parts of the campaigns of the Ottoman-Persian War. In 1724 the Safavid Shah Tahmasp II of Iran had concluded an agreement with the Russians and recognized Russian influence in Transcaucasia and the Caspian Sea. Since this was against Ottoman interests in the region, an army under Köprülü Abdullah Pasha was dispatched and had easily taken Nahçıvan, Merend, Ardabil, Tabriz and Karabagh. As a result, an agreement under the auspices of the French (France) ambassador to Constantinople has been concluded between Ottoman and Russia on 23 June 1724, dividing spheres of influence in the region for the two powers. The provisions of this agreement have also been recognized by the Afghan (Afghanistan) pretender to the Iranian throne, Eshref Shah. As a result of conquests and successful alliances, Fath Ali Khan seized the important port of Baku, the Shamakha Khanate and the Salyan Khanate and organized expeditions as far south as Ardabil in his fight against the Zand dynasty. The origin of the name Tolish is not clear but is likely to be quite old. The name of the people appears in early Arabic sources as Al-Taylasân and in Persian as Tâlišân and Tavâliš, which are plural forms of Tâliš. Northern Talysh (in the Republic of Azerbaijan) was historically known as Tâlish-i Guštâsbi (Talish-i Gushtasbi). Talysh has always been mentioned with Gilan or Muqan (Mughan plain). Hamdallah Mostowfi writing in the 1340s calls the language of Gushtaspi covering the Caspian border region between Gilan to Shirvan is called a Pahlavi language (Pahlavi#Post-conquest Pahlavi) connected to the language of Gilan. مستوفی، حمدالله: «نزهةالقلوب، به كوشش محمد دبیرسیاقی، انتشارات طهوری، ۱۳۳۶. Mostawafi, Hamdallah, 1336 AP (Iranian calendar) 1957 AD (Gregorian calendar). Nozhat al-Qolub. Edit by Muhammad Dabir Sayyaqi. Tahuri publishers. wikipedia:Ardabil


biography world

; to an Iranian Azeri father from Ardabil, Rahim Aleskerzade, who was a journalist on assignment from Iran, and a Russian Jewish mother, "Jews in Computer & Information Science" on the JINFO.org website Fanya Koriman, who was a pediatrician. Gale, Thomson. Lotfi Asker Zadeh Biography ''World of Computer Science'' ref


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+of+Iran:+a+political+and+social&hl tr&ei -FkrTKfvFIGlcezT8JUD&sa X&oi book_result&ct result&resnum 1&ved 0CCcQ6AEwAA#v onephttp: en.wikipedia.org w index.php?title Safi-ad-din_Ardabili&action editage&q&f false Richard Tapper, ''Frontier nomads of Iran: a political and social history of the Shahsevan'', Cambridge University Press, 1997, ISBN 9780521583367, p. 39. EBN BAZZAZ


written books

or Tolashi. Generally speaking, the written books and texts concerning Taleshi are rare. However, In the recent decades a scientific and research movement has come about in this old region in poetry, history, literature, etc. '''Ardabil''' is historical city in Ardabil (province) in Azerbaijan (Iranian Azerbaijan) region of Iran. Understand Get in By car Get around See *'''The complex

Ardabil

'''Ardabil''' Notable for its silk and carpet trade tradition, the ancient Ardabil Carpets are considered some of the best of the classical Persian carpet creations. Ardabil is also known as the seat of a World Heritage Site: the sanctuary and tomb of Shaikh Safî ad-Dîn (Safi-ad-din Ardabili), eponym of the Safavid Dynasty.

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