Hasan Buzurg

Hasan Buzurg

Shaikh Hasan, called "Buzurg" ("The Great"), was the first of several de facto independent Jalayirid rulers of Iraq and central Iran. He was the son of Husain and Öljetey.

Read more about Hasan Buzurg:  Shaikh Hasan-i Buzurg, Legacy

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Hassan Kuchak - Life - Challenges
... At this point, Qara Jari attempted to get rid of Hasan Kucek and take power for himself, but fled when the effort failed ... Following this, Hasan raised Sati Beg, sister of Abu Sa'id and widow of Coban, to the Ilkhanid throne in the summer of 1338 ... claimant to the throne, invaded from Khurasan in the winter of 1339 at the behest of Hasan Buzurg, the Chobanid offered Sati's hand to him in marriage ...
Hasan Buzurg - Legacy
... Hasan Buzurg seemed intent on restoring unity to the Ilkhanate ... Hasan Buzurg is also remembered for his friendship with Shaikh Saf'i al-Din (d ... dynasty of Persia, and later on many of Hasan Buzurg's accomplishments would be accredited to his friendship with the Shaikh ...
Togha Temür - Struggles With The Jalayirids and Chobanids
... who had been in flight since their defeat by the Jalayirid Hasan Buzurg and his puppet khan, Muhammad Khan ... the old Ilkhan capital Soltaniyeh, but in June 1337 Hasan Buzurg met and defeated them on the field, forcing Togha Temür and Shaikh 'Ali to evacuate the region ... to Khurasan, Shaikh 'Ali was captured by Arghun Shah, who executed him and sent his head to Hasan Buzurg ...
Sati Beg - Biography
... By 1336, Sati Beg and Surgan had taken the side of the founder of the Jalayirid dynasty, Hasan Buzurg ... However, when a grandson of Coban, Hasan Kucek, defeated Hasan Buzurg in July 1338, Sati Beg and Surgan defected to his camp ... Taking advantage of her family ties, Hasan Kucek raised her to the Ilkhanid throne in July or August of that year ...