Persia in Crisis: Safavid Decline and the Fall of Isfahan

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The decline and fall of Safavid Iran is traditionally seen as the natural outcome of the unrelieved political stagnation and moral degeneration which characterised late Safavid Iran. This book challenges this view. It takes a fresh look at Safavid Iran in the century preceding the fall of Isfahan in 1722, which brought down the dynasty.
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ISBN-13: 9781845117450
ISBN-10: 184511745X
Pagini: 416
Ilustrații: 4 maps, 8pp colour plates
Dimensiuni: 156 x 234 x 41 mm
Greutate: 0.82 kg
Ediția: New.
Editura: The Iran Heritage Foundation
Colecția I.B.Tauris
Locul publicării: London, United Kingdom

Notă biografică

Rudi Matthee holds a Ph.D. in Islamic Studies from the University ofCalifornia in Los Angeles. He has taught at the University of Delawaresince 1993, between 2007 and 2011 as Unidel Distinguished Professor of History and currently as John and Dorothy Munroe Distinguished Professor of History.


IntroductionChapter 1: Patterns: Iran in the Late Safavid Period Chapter 2: Politics at the Safavid Court I: Shahs and Grand Viziers, 1629-1666Chapter 3: Politics at the Safavid Court II; Shahs, Grand Viziers and Eunuchs, 1669-1699Chapter 4: The Management of Money and the Disappearing Mints Chapter 5: From Perpetual War to Lasting Peace: The Safavid Army, 1600-1700Chapter 6: Weakening Links: The Center and the ProvincesChapter 7: Minorities in Safavid Iran: Hospitality and HarassmentChapter 8: From Stability to Turmoil: The Final Decades, 1700-1722Conclusion