Assessment and Analysis of Ismaili Sect’s Functionality Sect in Azerbaijan 4th - 10th Century A.H

Seyyed Masoud Shahmoradi, Asghar Montazerolghaem

Abstract


The Ismaili is one of the sub-sects of Shiite sect which in addition to being involved in some specific events in the history of different regions in the world of Islam from India to Iran and North Africa has been able to form governments. The record of Ismaili’s presence in Azerbaijan goes back to the third century A.H and the ruling period of Mosafer and Sajian in the fourth century A.H that continued to Seljuqs and Ilkhanids periods. Upon Mongol attacks the center of Immamat moved to Azerbaijan, during 8 and 9th century A.H and this coincided with the Nezari Ismaili’s internal evaluations in Iran. The level of Ismaili sect’s presence in and its contribution to Azerbaijan between 4th and 10th century A.H is assessed here through a descriptive-analytic method and library studies.


Full Text: PDF DOI: 10.5539/ach.v5n1p51

Asian Culture and History   ISSN 1916-9655(Print)   ISSN 1916-9663 (Online)

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