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- The Buyid dynasty, or the Buyids (Persian: آل بویه‎ Āl-e Būya; also known as Buwaihids, Bowayhids, Buyahids, or Buyyids), was a Shia Iranian dynasty of...
- warlords; it was now abolished entirely by the Buyids. Al-Muti was raised to the throne by the Buyids and was effectively reduced to a rubber-stamping...
- much of present-day western and northern Iran. Buyid dynasty, also known as the Buyid Empire or the Buyids (Persian: آل بویه‎ Āl-e Buye, Caspian: Bowyiyün)...
- leader under the service of the Buyid amirate of Jibal. His father, Rustam Dushmanziyar, had also served the Buyids, and was given lands in the Alborz...
- recognition as such. Iran Under The Buyids, Heribert Busse, The Cambridge History of Iran, 254. Iran Under The Buyids, Heribert Busse, The Cambridge History...
- taken over by the Buyids. Although the Buyids were pro-Shi'a, they had retained the Abbasid caliphate for reasons of legitimacy. The Buyids ruled Iraq ostensibly...
- something exchangeable by the landowners like with the fiefdoms of Europe. The Buyids codified the already existent system of tax farming. They united the Amirs...
- expelled by the Buyid ruler Adud al-Dawla in 980, because he gave refuge to the latter's rival and brother Fakhr al-Dawla. The Buyids now dominated Tabaristan...
- recapture Baghdad from the Buyids. A revolt by Turcoman forces under his foster brother İbrahim Yinal and the efforts of Buyid forces led to the loss of...
- ruled by Emirs and wanting to appease the powerful ruling Caliphs, the Buyids consciously revived old symbols and practices of the Sasanian Empire. The...