Kerim Xan

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Kerim Xan
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Xanedan Xanedanê Zendi


Mıhemmed Kerim Xan Zend (Kurdkî: کەریم خانی زەند) yew zi Latinizasyonê cı Mohemmed kerîm xanê zend zi şınasiyeno, oyo ke vıraştoğê Xanedanê Zendio, serranê 1751ıne u 1779ıne miyan de hukım kerdo. O teberê Xorasani de, pêro erdê İrani ser de hukım ramıto.

Keye u heyatê cı[bıvurne | çımeyi bıvurne]

Kerim Xan be eşira Zendi ra gıreydao, Zend oyo ke şarê Lek[1][2] yan zi Kurd[3] rao. Kerim Xan serra 1779ıne de suka Şirazi de merdo.

Referansi[bıvurne | çımeyi bıvurne]

  1. A fourth pretender was Karim Khan, son of Aymak of the Zand, a section of Lak tribe, Sir Percy Molesworth Sykes, A History of Persi, Macmillan and co., limited, 1930, p. 277.
  2. One of the contenders for power was Karim Khan Zand, a member of the Lak tribe near Shiraz, William Marsden, Stephen Album, Marsden's Numismata orientalia illustrata, Attic Books, 1977, ISBN 978-0-915018-16-1, p. 158.
  3. Muhammad Karim Khan, of the Zand clan of the Lur tribe, suc- ceeded in imposing his authority on parts of the defunct Safavid empire, David Yeroushalmi, The Jews of Iran in The Nineteenth Century: Aspects of History, Community, and Culture, BRILL, 2009, ISBN 978-90-04-15288-5, p. xxxix.

Çımeyi[bıvurne | çımeyi bıvurne]

  • Xetay lua: unknown error.
  • Perry, John R., Karīm Khān Zand: a history of Iran, 1747–1779 University of Chicago Press, 1979, ISBN 978-0-226-66098-1 and One World Publications, 2006 ISBN 978-1-85168-435-9.
  • Malcolm, John, Sir, The history of Persia, from the most early period to the present time containing an account of the religion, government, usages, and character of the inhabitants of that kingdom in 2 volumes; London : Murray, 1815.; re-published by Adamant Media Corporation 2004 vol 1. ISBN 978-1-4021-5134-7; vol. 2 ISBN 978-1-4021-5205-4.