Al-auqeelyiah Emirate in Mosul and its role to con Front Buyhids (380-447A.H./ 990-1055B.C.)
مجلة دراسات موصلیة,
2013, السنة 9, العدد 39, الصفحة 67-88
الملخصEmirates appeared in Iraq, namely, in Mosul and one of them is Al-Auqayliya Emirate, which undertook facing the Buwayhins because they dominated Mosul after they passed through Baghdad in (3340A.H./ 945B.C.). They dominated the Caliphate capabilities and finished Al-Hamdaniya Emirate in Mosul. Al-Buwayhins paid a special attention to Mosul and their aim was achieving two motives: the first was political to expand the borders of their state after they dominated Persia and Karman. So that, they thought in joining Iraq including Mosul into their properties. The second one was economic in that the Buwayhins showed an interest to get a good share of Mosul trade because its geographical position. This matter had caused a resentment by Al-Auqayliya Emirate which did not accept Buwayhin’s penetration in Mosul issues and occupying it. Finally, this lead the situations to become worse between Buwayhins and Auqaylins and a struggle broke out between them.
The study includes two branches: the first included the origins of Al-Auqaylins and Buwayhins. The second one included the role of Al-Auqayliya Emirate in Mosul in fronting Buwayhins.
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