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Karabakh in XIII-XIV cc

Karabakh has been an  integral part of Azerbaijan for the whole period of history,  including the XIII-XIV centuries. As was correctly noted by the prominent Russian Orientalist A. Y. Yakubovsky, by the name Azerbaijan in that period was meant...

Karabakh in the Middle ages

In the  latter  half of  the  11th  century,  the Seljuks established control over Azerbaijan and made Shaddadids their allies. Karabakh was also conquered by the Seljuks.[ref]Al-Husseini, ahbar ad-daulat as-Seljukita, p. 144-146[/ref]...
Karabakh during mongol-tatar invasion

Karabakh during the Mongol-Tatar invasion

In XIII-XIV cc. the major part of the population of Karabakh, which was a part of the Arran province of Azerbaijan, consisted of the Azeri Turks and the offspring of the Christian Albanians. Beginning from the 20-30s of XIII c. Azerbaijan underwent...
Karabakh Maps.Karabakh within Azerbaijani Ak koyunlu state

Overthrow of the foreign yoke. Karabakh within the Kara-Koyunlu and Ak-Koyunlu States.

Karabakh and the Azeri clans living in this region (ex. Karamanlu, Qajar etc) have played an important role in the political life of these Azerbaijanian states At the end of XIV c. Azerbaijan underwent a new invasion from the East. Tamerlan’s...