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- to the romans as transoxania (land beyond the oxus), to the arabs as mawarannahr (land beyond the river), and to the iranians as turan, a term used in
- section of iran and of mawarannahr were persians. under the samanids and the buyids, the rich perso-islamic culture of mawarannahr continued to flourish
- been split in two, between mawarannahr (transoxiana) in the west and moghulistan in the east. between 1347 and 1358 mawarannahr was ruled by amir qazaghan
- profited most visibly from this trade, saw their province of transoxiana (mawarannahr) overwhelmed by arabs, who spread islam throughout the region. under
- additional force which he could use to finally defeat the uzbeks from mawarannahr (transoxiana). the shah accordingly called on najm-e sani, his minister
- became abu'l-khayr's new capital, from where he later launched raids into mawarannahr (transoxiana). in 1451 abu sa'id requested abu'l-khayr khan's ****istant
- bukhara, uzbekistan. mahmood anjir-****hnawi, d 715ah buried waabakni, mawarannahr, uzbekistan. azizan ali ramitani, d 715ah buried khwarezm, bukhara, uzbekistan
- eventually became extremely wealthy cities, and at times transoxiana (mawarannahr) was one of the most influential and powerful persian provinces of antiquity