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    Jalayirid sultanate,Jalayerian Dynasty

    جلایریان


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    Jalayirid Sultanate
    1335–1432
    Division of Ilkhanate territory
    Capital Baghdad (Till 1411), Basra (1411-1432)
    Languages Arabic, Persian, Mongolian
    Government Monarchy
    History
     -  Established 1335
     -  Disestablished 1432
    History of Greater Iran Until the rise of modern nation-states Pre-modern
    Pre-Islamic
    Prehistory
    Proto-Elamite civilization 3200–2800 BC
    Elamite dynasties 2800–550 BC
    Jiroft culture
    Mannaeans
    Lullubi
    Gutians
    Cyrtian
    Corduene
    Bactria-Margiana Complex 2200–1700 BC
    Kingdom of Mannai 10th–7th century BC
    Median Empire 728–550 BC
    Scythian Kingdom 652–625 BC
    Achaemenid Empire 550–330 BC
    Seleucid Empire 330–150 BC
    Greco-Bactrian Kingdom 250–125 BC
    Parthian Empire 248–BC 224
    CE
    Kushan Empire 30–275
    Sasanian Empire 224–651
    Afrighid dynasty 305–995
    Hephthalite Empire 425–557
    Kabul Shahi kingdom 565–879
    Dabuyid dynasty 642–760
    Alania 8th–9th century–1238/1239
    Islamic
    Patriarchal Caliphate 637–651
    Umayyad Caliphate 661–750
    Abbasid Caliphate 750–1258
    Tahirid dynasty 821–873
    Zaydis of Tabaristan 864–928
    Saffarid dynasty 861–1003
    Samanid Empire 819–999
    Sajid dynasty 889/890–929
    Ziyarid dynasty 928–1043
    Buyid dynasty 934–1055
    Sallarid dynasty 941–1062
    Ghaznavid Empire 975–1187
    Ghurid dynasty before 879–1215
    Seljuq Empire 1037–1194
    Khwarazmian dynasty 1077–1231
    Ilkhanate 1256–353
    Kartids dynasty 1231–389
    Muzaffarid dynasty 1314–1393
    Chupanid dynasty 1337–1357
    Jalairid Sultanate 1339–1432
    Timurid Empire 1370–1506
    Qara Qoyunlu Turcomans 1407–1468
    Aq Qoyunlu Turcomans 1378–1508
    Safavid Empire 1501–1722
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    Afsharid dynasty 1736–1750
    Zand dynasty 1750–1794
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    Qajar dynasty 1794–1925
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    The Jalayirids were a Mongol Jalayir dynasty which ruled over Iraq and western Persia after the breakup of the Mongol Khanate of Persia (or Ilkhanate) in the 1330s. The Jalayirid sultanate lasted about fifty years, until disrupted by Tamerlane''s conquests and the revolts of the "Black Sheep Turks" or Qara Qoyunlu Turkmen. After Tamerlane''s death in 1405, there was a brief attempt to re-establish the sultanate in southern Iraq and Khuzistan. The Jalayirids were finally eliminated by Kara Koyunlu in 1432.

    Jalayrid coinage, Baghdad, 1382-1387.

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    Rulers of Jalayirid Sultanate Title/Name Personal Name Reign
    Taj-ud-Din تاج الدین Hasan Buzurg 1336–1356
    Mu''izz-ud-duniya wa al-Din معزالدنیا والدین Bahadur Khan بهادرخان Shaikh Awais Jalayir 1356–1374
    Jalal-ud-Din جلال الدین Shaikh Hasan Jalayir 1374
    Ghiyas-ud-Din ‏غیاث الدین Shaikh Hussain Jalayir 1374–1382
    Shaikh Bayazid Jalayir Ruler of Iraq-i ''Ajam at Soltaniyeh & Contender for the throne 1382-1384
    Sultan سلطان Sultan Ahmed Jalayir Ruler of Iraq-i ''Arab at Baghdad & Contender for the throne 1382–1410
    Shah Walad Jalayir son of Shaikh Ali Jalayir 1410–1411
    Sultan سلطان Mahmud bin Shah Walad Jalayir under tutelage of Tandu Khatun 1411 (1st reign)
    Sultan سلطان Awais bin Shah Walad Jalayir 1411-1421
    Sultan سلطان Muhammad bin Shah Walad Jalayir 1421
    Sultan سلطان Mahmud bin Shah Walad Jalayir 1421-1425 (2nd reign)
    Hussain bin Ala-ud-Daulah bin Sultan Ahmed Jalayir 1425-1432
    Kara Koyunlu conquest of southern Iraq
    Family tree
          Husein Gurkan   daughter of Arghun                    
       
                                             
              Hasan Buzurg 1336–1356   Delshad Katun                
       
                                             
                  Uvais I 1356–1374                    
                                                 
                                       
          Alishah   Husain I 1374–1382       Ahmad 1383–1410   Hasan 1374
                                                 
          Shah Valad 1410–1411   Tandura Khatun       Al''a od-Dowleh        
       
                                                   
                         
      Mahmud 1411–1415   Uvais II 1415–1421   Mohammed 1421–1422   Husain II 1424–1432        

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