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Turkish Language in Iran (from the Ghaznavid Empire to the end of
(from the Ghaznavid Empire to the end of the Safavid Dynasty). Zivar Huseynova. Khazar University.
achieved domination of northern India from the ruins of the Ghaznavid Empire.
in the Ghaznavid Empire (977–1186). Great destruction occurred in the 13th century with the Mongol invasions of. Genghis Khan.
explain that in 1040, the Ghaznavid empire was overthrown by the Seljuks and that the Indian contingency, numbering around some.
Ghaznavid empire was founded by. Subuktagin, who got started as a king's boyfriend. The great Sultan Mahmud the.

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Ghaznavid Empire - New World Encyclopedia
Nov 1, 2008 The Ghaznavid Empire was a Khorāṣānian founded by a dynasty of Turkic mamluk (soldier-slaves) origin, which existed from 975 to 1187.
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