Yasa and Shari‘a in Early 16th century-Central Asia1

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October 1, 1997

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Ken’ichi Isogai, « Yasa and Shari‘a in Early 16th century-Central Asia1 », Cahiers d’Asie centrale, ID : 10670/1.efnd3b


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I. In 1500, the Uzbeks headed by Sheybani Khan captured Samarqand from the Timurid Soltan-‘Ali Mirza and brought Mavarannahr into the domain of the newly established Sheybanid dynasty. Though some scholars have already dedicated their studies to the rise of the nomadic Uzbeks and the career of Sheybani Khan, it is still not known how Sheybani Khan controlled the territories that came under his domination as a result of his conquests. For example, although it is well known that a Turko-Mongol ...

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