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  1. In the early 16th century, Babur arrived from Ferghana and captured Kabul from the Arghun dynasty. Between the 16th and 18th century, the Uzbek Khanate of Bukhara, Iranian Safavids, and Indian Mughals ruled parts of the territory. During the Medieval Period, the northwestern area of Afghanistan was referred to by the regional name Khorasan.

    Afghanistan - Wikipedia

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  2. The Arghun dynasty were a dynasty of either Mongol, Turkic or Turco-Mongol ethnicity, who ruled over the area between southern Afghanistan, and the Sindh province Pakistan from the late 15th century to the early 16th century. They claimed their descent and name from Ilkhanid-Mongol Arghun Khan. Argh

  3. Arghūn, fourth Mongol Il-Khan (subordinate khan) of Iran (reigned 1284–91). He was the father of the great Maḥmūd Ghāzān (q.v.). Upon the death of his father, Il-Khan Abagha (reigned 1265–82), Prince Arghūn was a candidate for the throne but was forced to yield to a stronger rival, his uncle

  4. Jun 19, 2012 · Tarkhan and Arghun Dynasty of Sindh Pakistan The Arghun dynasty was a dynasty of either Mongol (davies P 627); Turkish or Turko-Mongol (boswrth, new Islamic dynasties P 329) ethnicity that ruled parts of Afghanistan in the late 15th and early 16th centuries, as well as the region of Sindh for most of the 16th century. The Arghuns can be divided ...

  5. The Arghun dynasty was established in Sindh by Shah Beg, a descendant of Genghis Khan of Mongol. Genghis Khan founded the Mongol Empire that went on to grow as big as the continent of Africa in size. 1554 AD – 1591 AD. General Mirza Isa Beg found the Tarkhan Dynasty in Sindh (Turks in origin) after the death of Shah Hassan Arghun. In 1555 AD ...

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    In the early 16th century, Babur arrived from Ferghana and captured Kabul from the Arghun dynasty. Between the 16th and 18th century, the Uzbek Khanate of Bukhara, Iranian Safavids, and Indian Mughals ruled parts of the territory. During the Medieval Period, the northwestern area of Afghanistan was referred to by the regional name Khorasan.

  7. Shahbeg Arghun was induced to invade and conquer Sind in 926 AH (1519 AD) at the Battle of Fatehpur (1519), which resulted in the displacement of the Sammah dynasty of rulers by that of Arghun. The Battle of Fatehpur was a key episode in the dissolution of the Samma Dynasty of Sindh and its replacement by the Arghun Dynasty.

  8. Silver 2-dirhems of Suleyman Khan (1339-1343 AD), Hisn mint, fragmented Mongol Ilkhanid Empire. Regular price US$ 56.95. Silver dirhem of Arghun ibn Abaga (1284-1291 AD) with a bow on obverse, Merv mint, Mongol Ilkhanid Empire. Regular price US$ 107.95. Silver dirhem of Baidu (1295 AD), Hamadan mint, Mongol Ilkhanid Empire.

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