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Regarding Islamic architecture Central Asia is a very important region. Starting during the 
Samanid Dynasty1 (892-999) we observe a very important development of a local style in the 
dynastic architecture. At that time the city of Bukhara was the capital of the Samanids
Remarks on some genealogical and religious Inscriptions from Central Asia and Iran

Remarks on some genealogical and religious Inscriptions from Central Asia and Iran

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Mirza Firuz Shah

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Subject:

History

Subclass:

Genealogy

Reign:

Abbasid Caliphate 762-1258 AD

Subject Year (Time):

892

Author:

Mehr A. Newid, München

Languages:

English

Royal Mughal Ref:

ARC-02062021-1039

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Remarks on some genealogical and religious Inscriptions from Central Asia and Iran
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Regarding Islamic architecture Central Asia is a very important region. Starting during the
Samanid Dynasty1 (892-999) we observe a very important development of a local style in the
dynastic architecture. At that time the city of Bukhara was the capital of the Samanids

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