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- transoxiana (also spelled transoxania), known in arabic and persian sources as mawarannahr (ماوراء النهر), is the ancient name used for the
- using an extensive network of cities and settlements in the province of mawarannahr (a name given the region after the arab conquest) in
- most visibly from this trade, saw their province of transoxiana (mawarannahr ) overwhelmed by arabs , who spread islam throughout the region.
- since the 1330s the khanate had been split in two, between mawarannahr (transoxiana) in the west and moghulistan in the east.
- khorazm , mawarannahr and the hami oases under beshbalik department. persia, georgia, armenia, cilicia and turkey (former seljuk ruled
- personally visited shah ismail i to solicit an additional force which he could use to finally defeat the uzbeks from mawarannahr (transoxiana ).
- the town of sighnaq became abu'l-khayr's new capital, from where he later launched raids into mawarannahr (transoxiana). in 1451 abu
- over the following few years, babur and shah ismail i would form a partnership in an attempt to take over parts of mawarannahr
- a description of khwarezm and mawarannahr (transoxiana ) translated from the arabic of abu'l-fida , with tables of latitude and
- dating back to the reign of abdullah khan ii (1557–1598) it is currently being restored by the provincial religious board of mawarannahr