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Wealth Samania (874-999)
The heir to all the goods was a high-ranking person. Who described himself as a descendant of Bahram Chubin. (Uyanis Buyuk Selcuklu Episode 7). Saman was one of the rulers of Balkh. But some circumstances forced him to emigrate. Asad bin Abdullah, the ruler of Khurasan, supported him during the reign of Caliph Mahdi.
Saman was a follower of religion. But Asad bin Abdullah was so grateful that not only did the circle convert to Islam at Asad’s urging. But he named one of his sons after him. Saman had four sons. All four were employed by Haroon al-Rashid. He was instrumental in quelling the uprisings.
It was no surprise that Mamun al-Rashid was kind to his family and children. So Mamun, in return for his services to these four brothers, gave them the governments of Samarkand, Fergana, Shash and Herat respectively. Of these brothers, Ahmed was the most successful.
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When his brother Noah died, he added Samarkand and Kashgar to his government. But after some time, he left the government to his son and became a recluse. When Nasr ascended the throne, he gave the government of Bukhara to his younger brother Ismail.
In a short time a battle broke out between the two brothers in which Ishmael was victorious and Nasr was taken prisoner. But Ishmael, out of brotherly compassion, freed Nasr and handed over his government to him. When Nasr died in 892, the province of Samarkand became part of the kingdom of Ismail.
The permanent rule of the Samanid era begins with Ishmael. When Ismail overthrew the Saffari government in 907. The Caliph of Baghdad gave him the government of Khurasan, Turkistan, and Transoxiana in return for Ismail’s services. Ishmael made Bukhara his capital.
This Samanid ruler was very appreciative of knowledge and grace. Therefore, many historians, poets and jurists came to Bukhara and Bukhara became the center of knowledge and grace. Ismail ruled for seven or eight years and after his death Abu Nazir Ahmad bin Ismail Samani succeeded his father.
Ishmael was a very noble and trustworthy person in terms of his habits.
Along with Jahangiri, he was also well acquainted with the principle of Jahanbani. His subjects were pleased with him, and he had proved by his conduct that he belonged to the noble family of Iran.
Ahmed bin Ismail:
He ascended the throne and angered his loved ones and relatives with his immorality. After ruling for six years, he was assassinated by his own slaves in 920. Ahmed was succeeded by his son Nasr bin Ahmed Samani at the age of eight.
This was exactly the example of his grandfather Ishmael. He soon expanded the boundaries of his empire to include Ray, Qom and Isfahan in the Samanid Empire. He ruled with great arrogance for thirty years. This is the same crown.
Whose court was the land of the poets of the river?. Who is considered the father of Persian poetry. Nasr died in 943. Nasr is considered the Imam of the Samanid era. After Nasr, his son succeeded to the throne. During his reign, the Samanid Empire began to decline and he died in 997.
Fall Of Dolat Saminya:
After Noah, his son Abdul Malik ascended the throne. He had appointed his chief Absaktagin as the governor of the southern part of his country, the occupied province of Khorasan. Finally, after ruling for seven years, he fell from a horse and died while playing Chougan.
After which his brother Mansoor ascended the throne. He married the daughter of Rakn al-Dawla Delami, and the provinces of Iraq and Persia were annexed to his kingdom. Its minister was Abu Ali ibn Muhammad, who translated the history of Tabari into Persian.
Mansur bin Noah ruled for fifteen years. After Mansoor’s death, his son Abu al-Qasim Noah II succeeded to the throne. As soon as he ascended the throne, his courtiers revolted and invited Baghra Khan. The chief of the Turkish tribes, to attack Bukhara.
Baghra Khan marched from his capital Kashgar and attacked Bukhara. Noah was defeated and Bukhara was captured by Baghra Khan. But Baghra Khan soon disappeared. So Noah took over the government of Bukhara and the army of Baghra withdrew.
Noah strengthened his empire and his conspiratorial princes fled to Khurasan and succeeded in capturing Fakhr al-Dawla, the ruler of Delhi. This was the time when Sabkatgin had established his permanent government in Ghazni and Sabkatgin had passed away.
Noah rewarded Sabkatgin for the service he rendered against Baghra Khan. Delivered by Nasiruddin. When Noah found out about the conspiracy of Fakhr al-Dawlah Delami and his emperors. He again sought help from Sabkatgin. Sabkatgin sent troops under his son Mahmud as reinforcements.
A decisive battle took place at Herat.
Mahmud Ghaznavi showed the essence of great bravery. Noah won the battle. Mahmud was pleased and gave Saif al-Dawla’s speech and Sabkatgin as a reward to the government of Khurasan. Noah ruled for 22 years. But most of his time was spent fighting and revolts.
And the country’s provinces were liberated one after another. After Noah II, his son Mansur II ascended the throne. In the time of Mansoor, the princes used to suffer for their father. He was also disturbed and defeated and expelled from Bukhara.
Then they recognized him as king and took over the affairs of the kingdom. And handed over the territory of Khurasan to another ruler. But Mahmud drove this new ruler out of Khurasan and captured it himself. In the same period, the amirs removed Mansoor from the throne and blinded him.
And installed his brother Abdul Mulk Sani on the throne. They joined him and attacked Mahmud but were defeated and returned to Bukhara. The Ahl-e-Khan (Ali Sabkatgin), the successor to the rulers of Kashgar and Baghra Khan, then invaded Khwarazm.
And conquered Bukhara, capturing and capturing the last Samanid crown prince, Abdul-Mulk, who died in captivity. Abdul Malik’s other brother, Munqar, fled from Bukhara in disguise and stayed with a group of pirates for a few days before being killed. Thus the Samanid dynasty and its wealth and government came to an end.
Scientific and literary activities of the Samanid rulers:
Khorasan and Transoxiana were in possession of goods. They insisted that we were descendants of Bahram Sasani. The author of Ferdowsi “Shahnameh” used to live in the shadow of the first Samanids. And it is true that in Samarkand, Balkh, Neshapur, and Bukhara there was a real revival of literature and art.
Excavations at Afrasiab (Old Samarkand) show that pottery was popular at that time. Greasy pottery, similar to pottery made by village artists, has been discovered. The Samanid regime used the art and style of carving pottery. And pottery in a way that looked very different from that of Iraqi artisans.
The surface of the pot or jug for painting was prepared in such a way. that the red pottery was first covered with a layer of coarse clay. Kharia was also white, purple, black, and yellow. If the oil that comes out of the coin is cooked by applying. it on the pots, then the colors of the engravings spread.
Seeing this, the potters began to lay a solid layer of paint. There are many examples of this type of pottery. The saucer in the Louvre is a fine example of the simple but ingenious craftsmanship of the time. And it is clear that although the Iraqi potters made blue paintings on the greasy surface of the pottery.
Artists of the time also used
Their special style to bring the beauty and perfection of pottery to its peak. Other than this saucer, the specimens found are not so simple but the colors are bright. (Uyanis Buyuk Selcuklu Episode 7). This purple-yellowish green has been used to create a glossy and magazine-like effect.
The saucer mentioned above does not have engravings on it. only the words are written in the letter Kofi and their color is purple black. Other patterns include a variety of patterns. For example, palms, dates, birds, quotations from the phrases carved on the ornaments of the Samanid period, etc.
later it seems that when the Samanid government fell, this art also fell into decline. It was the Iranian artists of the Samanid period who brought pottery to perfection during the Abbasi Caliphate. Another style of pottery has been popular in western Iran since the tenth and eleventh centuries.
They used to paint on red clay pots and make images by digging in the clay. The metalwork that was done during the Samanid period was also very advanced. There is an embossed work on a karabe, but the whole palm is shown as a date and somewhere half. On the other, emerging pictures of birds will be made.