Arghun prevailed on Alinaq in battle on 4 May south to Qazvin but nevertheless retreated to his lands in Khorasan. Ala ud-Daula Simnani, future Sufi saint of Kubrawiya order also fought in Arghun's army during this battle. Arghun tried to make truce on halfway, which Ahmad against advices of his councillors, refused it.
En 1289 Arghun nombró a un judío, Sa'ad al-Dawla, como ministro de finanzas y luego, en junio, como visir de todo su imperio. La población, que en su mayoría era musulmana, pudo haberse resistido al gobierno de un budista y un judío, pero su administración probó ser apegada a la ley y justa, así que rápidamente restauraron el orden y la prosperidad.
- Arghun governors of Kandahar
- Wars with Babur
- Arghun dynasty of Sindh
The Arghun dynasty was 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. The Arghuns claimed their descent and name from Ilkhanid-Mongol Arghun Khan. Arghun rule can be divided into two branches: the Arghun branch of Dhu'l-Nun Beg Arghun that ruled until 1554, and the Tarkhan branch of Muhammad 'Isa Tarkhan that ruled until 1591.
In the late 15th century the Timurid sultan of Herat, Husayn Bayqarah, appointed Dhu'l-Nun Beg Arghun as governor of Kandahar. Dhu'l-Nun Beg soon began to ignore the authority of the central government in Herat and in around 1479 he began expanding in the direction of Baluchistan, taking over Pishin, Shal and Mastung. In 1485 his sons Shah Beg Arghun and Muhammad Mukim Khan also seized Sibi from the Samma dynasty of Sindh, although this gain was only temporary. In 1497 Dhu'l-Nun Beg threw his su
The Arghuns ultimately lost control of their portion of Afghanistan to the Timurid prince Babur, who had been expelled from Transoxiana by the Uzbeks and had made his way south to Husayn Bayqarah's kingdom. In 1501/1502 Mukim had peacefully gained the submission of Kabul, which was in chaos after the death of its ruler Ulugh Beg II. This was contested by Babur, who besieged and took the city in 1504; Mukim fell back to Kandahar. After Dhu'l-Nun Beg's death Babur decided that as long as Shah Beg
In 1522 Babur took Kandahar after a drawn-out siege and annexed it. Following this, Shah Beg Arghun made Bukkur his official capital. He died in 1524 and his son Shah Husayn succeeded him. Shah Husayn had the Khutba read in Babur's name and attacked Multan, probably at Babur's in
During the civil war between Shah Husayn and Muhammad 'Isa Tarkhan, the latter had sent a request for the help to the Portuguese at Bassein. A 700-man force under the command of Pedro Barreto Rolim sailed up to Thatta in 1555, only to find that Muhammad 'Isa Tarkhan had already w
- Physical Description
Arghun became a true politician during his life, ingratiating himself into the viziers' company and becoming beloved amongst the merchants and power-brokers of the Southern Continent. He accumulated a ring of spies to gather information for him, as knowledge is what he values the most. Arghun chose to oversee his father's thirty-six viziers rather than become a warrior. Eighteen months before Chaol and Nesryn's arrival in Antica, Arghun visited a vizier's estate and was almost killed by a rogue group from a disgruntled kingdom. His life was saved, but the battle resulted in one of his guards, Shen, losing his arm.
Arghun is cold and calculating and prides himself on knowing things before others. He can be sadistic and amuses himself with the reactions people have to what he tells them. Despite this, he seems to care about the empire but doesn't show much affection for his family.
Arghun is slender and tall, with the traditional black hair of his people. He has a narrow face and cold eyes.
Arghun era uno de una larga línea de gobernantes Genghis-Khanite que se habían esforzado por establecer una alianza franco-mongola con los europeos, contra sus enemigos comunes, los mamelucos de Egipto. Arghun había prometido a sus aliados potenciales que si se conquistaba Jerusalén, él mismo se bautizaría.
Dinastía Arghun -. Arghun dynasty. La dinastía Arghun fue una dinastía de etnia mongol , turca o turco-mongol , que gobernó el área entre el sur de Afganistán y la provincia de Sindh en Pakistán desde finales del siglo XV hasta principios del siglo XVI. Los Arghun reclamaron su ascendencia y nombre de Ilkhanid-Mongol Arghun Khan .
Arghun Kan (c. 1258 - 7 de marzo de 1291) fue el cuarto gobernante del Ilkanato de Persia, de 1284 a 1291. Era el hijo de Abaqa, y al igual que su padre, era un devoto budista. Es conocido por enviar varias embajadas a Europa en un infructífero intento de formar una alianza Franco-Mongola contra los musulmanes en Tierra Santa.