ABU SA'ID, THE RULER OF ILKHANATE AND AMIR CHUPAN


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Authors

  • Baran GÜVENÇ Gaziantep University, Institute of Social Sciences, History Program Post-Graduate Student
  • Yunus Emre TANSÜ Assoc. Prof. Dr. Gaziantep University, Science and Art Faculty

Keywords:

Ilkhanate Ruler, A’bû Said, Amır Chupan, Power

Abstract

After the death of Olcaytu Khan, A’bû Said who became the throne at a very young age, was ineffective in the affairs of the state and the administration of the state was left to the viziers. This situation increased the environment of turmoil among the administrators and caused the state to be ineffective in domestic and foreign affairs. Amır Chupan, who was the military commander responsible for military affairs, exerted pressure on A’bû Said and eliminated the rulers. Amır Chupan, who removed the obstacles one by one, took power and ruled the state for ten years. The misconduct of the sons of Amır Chupan and the desire of A’bû Said to marry the married daughter of Amır Chupan led to the separation of the two. Both political and personal issues will result in the murder of Amır Chupan. The killing of Amır Chupan, who had experience after the elimination of the rulers before, will put the state in a difficult position. Neither the political nor the military sense of the power and power of the Ilkhanete State after this period by entering the process of dissolution was completely destroyed.

Published

2022-06-12

How to Cite

GÜVENÇ, B., & TANSÜ, Y. E. (2022). ABU SA’ID, THE RULER OF ILKHANATE AND AMIR CHUPAN. IKSAD JOURNAL, 6(21), 35–39. Retrieved from https://www.iksadjournal.com/index.php/iksad/article/view/136

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