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      The Cambridge World History of Violence 

      Armies, Lords and Subjects in Medieval Iran

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      Cambridge University Press

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          Power, Politics and Religion in Timurid Iran

          Beatrice Forbes Manz uses the history of Iran under the Timurid ruler Shahrukh (1409–1447) to analyse the relationship between government and society in the medieval Middle East. She provides a rich portrait of Iranian society over an exceptionally broad spectrum - the dynasty and its servitors, city elite and provincial rulers, and the religious classes, both ulama' and Sufi. The work addresses two issues central to pre-modern Middle Eastern history: how a government without the monopoly of force controlled a heterogeneous society, and how a society with diffuse power structures remained stable over long periods. Written for an audience of students as well as scholars, this book provides a broad analysis of political dynamics in late medieval Iran and challenges much received wisdom about civil and military power, the relationship of government to society, and the interaction of religious figures with the ruling class.
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            The Great Seljuk Empire

            A. Peacock (2015)
            The first textbook introduction to the history of the Great Seljuk Islamic Empire to be published in English Received an honorable mention at the 2016 British-Kuwait Friendship Society Book Prize The Great Seljuk Empire was the Turkish state which dominated the Middle East and Central Asia in the eleventh and twelfth centuries. This book surveys that period, which was one of exceptional importance, witnessing profound demographic, religious, political and social changes in the Islamic Middle East. The Turkish invasions played a role in provoking the Crusades, led to the collapse of Byzantine power in Anatolia and brought about the beginnings of Turkish settlement in what is now Turkey and Iran, permanently altering their ethnic and linguistic composition. Key Features The first book in a western language to offer an overview of this major Islamic empire Provides a narrative history and a thematic analysis of the empire’s institutions and aspects of life in the Seljuk world Examines the political, administrative, military, religious, economic and social organization of the Great Seljuk Empire using a wide variety of historical and literary sources Draws on the evidence of archaeology and material culture Illustrated with images, maps, charts, family trees Text boxes introduce key themes and institutions
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              L’Iran face à la domination mongole

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                : 58-78
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