Ibrahim Khalil Khan

Ibrahim Khalil Khan

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Ibrahim Khalil khan Javanshir (1730–1806) was the AzeriAlthough written in Persian, the work of Mirza Jamal Javanshir (1773/4-1853) is actually a product of Azeri historiography: its author being an Azeri noble of the Javanshir tribe, who began his lengthy career as a scribe in the service of Ebrahim, the Azeri khan of Karabakh. Robert H. Hewsen. Review of George A. Bournoutian, A History of Qarabagh: An Annotated Translation of Mirza Jamal Javanshir Qarabaghi's Tarikh-e Qarabagh, in Journal of the Society for Armenian Studies: JSAS, 1995, p. 270Writing to his adviser Archimandrite Gaioz, Erekle informed him that he had received a communication from the new Shah ordering him to take part in a campaign against Ibrahim, the Azeri khan of Karabagh, who was also asserting his right to independence from Persia. Nikolas K. Gvosdev. Imperial policies and perspectives towards Georgia, 1760–1819. St. Martin's Press in association with St. Antony's College, Oxford, 2000. ISBN 0-312-22990-9, 9780312229900 TurkicThis province was at that time the hereditary fief of the Turkish clan of Djewanshir (...) Its chiefs were called from father to son alternately Panah and Ibrahim Khalil; M. Th. Houtsma, E. van Donzel. E.J. . BRILL, p. 727. ISBN 90-04-09790-2, 9789004097902There were Bayat Turks at Maku, and a further branch of the Qajar in Erivan and Qarabagh, were the Javanshir Turks and the Karachrlu Kurd also......
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