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THE EARLY ISLAMIC PERIOD IN THE WEST THE QARLUQS AND UYGHURS IN THE EAST

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YURI BREGEL
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Akbar III 1948-2012
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Collection Name: An Historical Atlas of Central Asia book

Author: YURI BREGEL

Date: 1944 | Short Title: . | Publisher: C. Mackerels, | Publisher Location:----

Type: Atlas Map

Place : Central Asia

Full Title:
An Historical Atlas of Central Asia" written by Yuri Bregel. This is stated on Page no17 of this book.

Note:

Abu Muslim, who led the revolution in Mavarannahr and Khorasan at the end of the 740s that brought to power the new #Abbasid dynasty of the caliphs, became the first #Abbasid viceroy in Khorasan. He subdued Soghdiana and Tokharistan and enjoyed absolute power over these provinces. As a result, the caliph in Baghdad perceived him as a threat to his own authority, and Abu Muslim was executed in Baghdad when he came there in 754. This execution caused a rebellion in Khorasan led by the Zoroastrian Sunbadh, which was suppressed in 70 days. Several more revolts and rebellions took place in the following decades in various parts of the caliphate, including Central Asia, but the most serious one was under Hashim al-Muqanna# in 774-780, during which the rebels, who consisted mostly of peasants, occupied a large area in Mavarannahr, including the city of Samarqand. The rebellion was crushed only after a year-long siege of a mountain fortress in the region of Kesh occupied by al-Muqanna# and the
death of the rebel leader

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