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The Turkish Officers of Samarra: Revenue and the Exercise of Authority

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The present article concerns the access to revenue on the part of the Turkish officers of Abbāsid Samarra. It is argued that the revenue in question explains their considerable influence. It is also argued that among the arrangements made for the Turkish officers were specific forms of land tenure which represented a decisive step toward the system of the new style iqtā so widely used after the third/ninth century in the Islamic Near East.

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1999-11-01
2016-12-05

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