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  • Khorasan he set on foot a series of new expeditions against Jorjān and Tabaristān, with only partial success. He sent, however, to the caliph an exaggerated
    237 bytes (46,346 words) - 03:05, 27 November 2014
  • Ali, of an Abd dynasty on the Caspian, made many converts in Dailam and Tabaristan. North of Persia there had been much opposition to Islam, and allegiance
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  • success, they overran Asia Minor, and passing through Armenia, reached Tabaristan, thus forming a junction with their comrades, on the eastern shore of
    19 KB (3,268 words) - 04:14, 19 October 2009
  • standard. In 1752, he was master not only of Mazanderan, but also of Tabaristan and Ghilan. The same year he defeated Kerim Khan, and established his
    393 bytes (9,913 words) - 15:35, 1 July 2010
  • ibn-Mu- karrin al-Muzani, who was at that time with as-Sa'ib ibn-al- 1 In Tabaristan. Yakut, vol. iv, p. 203 ; Meynard, pp. 464-465. The original is obscure
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  • Khorasan, its deserted and populous parts, to Kirman, Siji stan, Jilan, Tabaristan, Oman, to Sind and Hind, to Nubia and Egypt, Yemen, Hijaz, Mecca and al
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  • Dadbin [FN#185] and his Wazirs. There was once a king in the land of Tabaristan, [FN#186] by name Dádbín, and he had two Wazirs, one called Zorkhan and
    640 KB (122,305 words) - 04:10, 28 February 2009