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    حسن بزرگ


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    Hasan BozorgShaikh Hasan, called "Buzurg" ("The Great"), was the first of several de facto independent Jalayirid rulers of Iraq and central Iran. He was the son of Husain and Öljetey.- Shaikh Hasan-i BozorgHasan Bozorg married the daughter of Amir Coban, Bagdad Katun. Coban later became the most influential person at the court of Abu Sa'id. However, the Ilkhan soon became enamored with Bagdad Katun, and sought to have her divorce Hasan Bozorg. Coban sent the two of them to Qarabagh in an attempt to rid Bagdad Katun from Abu Sa'id's mind, but the effort failed, and Bagdad Katun was forced to marry the Ilkhan. After the murder of Coban in 1327, Bagdad Katun and the Grand Vizier Ghiyath al-Din Muhammad competed for influence over Abu Sa'id. Ghiyah al-Din spread a rumor that Bagdad Katun and Hasan Bozorg were plotting against the Ilkhan; Hasan Bozorg was arrested in 1332. His mother convinced the Ilkhan to spare his life, and he was imprisoned in the castle of Kamakh. In 1333, however, he was cleared and was sent to become governor of Rüm. During Abu Sa'id's lifetime, Hasan Bozorg was also called upon by Ghiyas al-Din to help stop rampant tax abuses in eastern Persia.Following the death of Abu Sa'id, several parties competed for the Ilkhanid throne. In 1336 Hasan Bozorg saw his chance and raised a child, Muhammad Khan, to claim the position. On July 24 Hasan Bozorg and Muhammed met the forces of Musa Khan and 'Ali Padshah in the Ala-Tagh area; Musa was defeated and 'Ali Padshah killed. Hasan Bozorg pursued Musa on his way to Baghdad and created many losses for his enemy. He then proceeded to Tabriz, where he married the granddaughter of Coban and the wife of Abu Sa'id, Delsad Katun, who was pregnant with Abu Sa'id's daughter. Meanwhile, the amirs in Khurasan adopted their own candidate for Ilkhan, Togha Temur. Togha set off in 1337 to subdue western Persia. Azarbaijan and 'Iraq-i 'Ajam were taken. In March he arrived before Sultaniyeh, the former capital of the Ilkhans, and Hasan Bozorg withdrew to Arran. Musa's forces, initially battling Togha's, now joined the invader. Togha and Musa met Hasan Bozorg at Soghurlug in the Maragheh area on June 15; Hasan defeated them, took Musa prisoner shortly after, and executed him. Togha gave up the campaign and withdrew to eastern Persia.Shortly afterwards, however, several descendants of Coban united under his grandson Hasan Kucek, who used a slave to impersonate his father in order to legitimatize his cause. The Chobanids battled with Hasan Bozorg on July 16, 1338 at Naushahr in the Alataq area. Hasan Bozorg was defeated; his puppet khan, Muhammed, was killed. Shortly afterwards, the Chobanids conquered Azarbaijan. A peace was declared, but Hasan Bozorg sought to be rid of the Chobanid threat. He offered the Ilkhanid throne to Togha Temur, who invaded early in 1339. Hasan Kucek, however, offered the hand of Sati Beg in marriage, and when Togha responded warmly to the proposal, he forwarded the letters to Hasan Bozorg. The latter, enraged, halted his expedition to support Togha, who was forced to withdraw during the summer of that year.Following his abandonment of Togha Temur, Hasan Bozorg recognized Jahan Temur, a grandson of Geikhatu, as Ilkhan. The conflict with the Chobanids again boiled over, and Hasan Bozorg and Jahan Temur met Hasan Kucek and his new puppet Suleiman Khan in battle on the Jaghatu. There Hasan Bozorg was defeated on June 26, 1340. He fled to Baghdad; following which he declared Jahan Temur deposed. Wi (Wikipedia) - Hasin-e Bozorg   (Redirected from Hasan Bozorg) Hasin-e Bozorg حاسين بزرگ Country Province County Bakhsh Rural District Population (2006)  • Total Time zone  • Summer (DST)
    village
    Hasin-e Bozorg
    Coordinates: 39°23′11″N 44°41′53″E / 39.38639°N 44.69806°E / 39.38639; 44.69806Coordinates: 39°23′11″N 44°41′53″E / 39.38639°N 44.69806°E / 39.38639; 44.69806
     Iran
    West Azerbaijan
    Maku
    Central
    Chaybasar-e Jonubi
    219
    IRST (UTC+3:30)
    IRDT (UTC+4:30)

    Hasin-e Bozorg (Persian: حاسين بزرگ‎, also Romanized as Hāsīn-e Bozorg; also known as Hāsan, Ḩāsān Bozorg, Hasoon Bozorg, Hāsūn, Hāsūn-e Bozorg, and Hussain) is a village in Chaybasar-e Jonubi Rural District, in the Central District of Maku County, West Azerbaijan Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 219, in 49 families.

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