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9783895009365

Werner, Christoph; Zakrzewski, Daniel; Tillschneider, Hans-Thomas

Die Kujuji-Stiftungen in Tabriz

Ein Beitrag zur Geschichte der Jalayiriden (Edition, Übersetzung, Kommentar)

2013
17.0 x 24.0 cm, 206 p., 14 tables, 2 diagrams, 3 illustrations b/w, hardback
78,00 €

ISBN: 9783895009365
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Short Description

The Kujuji-foundations from 780/1380 are a vivid testimony to an outstanding personality in Tabriz during the Jalayerid period. Their founder, Khwaja Shaikh Kujuji, appears in the sources as political advisor to the rulers of his time, as urban notable, poet, and charismatic sheikh. The present volume offers a critical edition of the Arabic text of the waqf-deed, with translation and an extensive commentary. The study is also a contribution to the post-mongol history of Iran and sheds new light on the early history of the Safavids as well.

Biographical Note

Christoph Werner ist Professor für Iranistik an der Philipps-Universität Marburg.

Daniel Zakrzewski war bis 2012 wissenschaftlicher Mitarbeiter des SFB 586 Differenz und Integration Leipzig/Halle und promoviert im Fach Islamwissenschaft.

Hans-Thomas Tillschneider ist akademischer Rat am Lehrstuhl Islamwissenschaft der Universität Bayreuth.

Keywords

13th century, c 1200 to c 1299 (100) || Anthropology (70) || Art: financial aspects (3) || Azerbaijan (16) || Bewegungen || Cultural & media studies (215) || Cultural studies (197) || Historical states & empires: multi-continental (53) || Historical states, empires & regions (199) || History (729) || History of ideas (6) || History: specific events & topics (266) || Iran (110) || Islam (45) || Jalayeriden || Middle East (364) || Mittelalter (228) || Mongol Empire (3) || Mysticism (10) || Orden || Safawiden (2) || Scheiche || Social & cultural anthropology (69) || Social & cultural history (28) || Society & culture: general (298) || Sociology & anthropology (100) || Stiftung (2) || Tabriz (2) || The arts: general issues (9) || Täbris (2) || Urkunden (2) || Waqf || c 1000 CE to c 1500 (339)