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Chapter 9. Iran Historical Maps
Safavid Persian Empire, Ottoman Empire, Afsharid Colonial Empire, Zands

Chapter 9. Iran Historical Maps
Safavid Persian Empire
Ottoman Empire
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
Zand Persian Empire


150 Safavid Persian Empire 1501 - 1736 Iran Battle Territories Map
Uzbek Battles at East
Ottoman Battles at West


151 Safavid Persian Empire 1501 - 1736 Map


152 Safavid Persian Empire Greatest Extent Map


153 Safavid Persian Empire 17th Century Iran Map


154 Safavid Empire Iran Map
Safavid Empire Eras
Safavid Dynasty: 1501 AD - 1736 AD


155 Safavid Persian Empire Map
Safavid Empire Campaigns with Ottomans (West) and Uzbeks (East)


156 Safavid, Ottoman and Mughal Empires Map


157 Safavid and Ottoman Empires Conflict Map


158 Ottoman Empire Map


159 Ottoman Empire rise and expansion 1300 - 1699 Map


160 Ottoman Empire decline and fall 1807 - 1924 Map
Ottoman Empire (1798 – 1923)
Ottoman Turkish rivals of the Persian Empire
This map shows the different eras of the Ottoman Empire, the eastern rivals of the Persian Empire.


161 Persian Empire 18th Century Late Safavid and Early Afsharid Map


162 Nader Shah Afsharid 1736 - 1747 Iran Map
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
Afsharid Dynasty: 1736 AD – 1749 AD
Boundaries of Nader Shah’s Empire 1736 AD – 1747 AD. Nader, one of the greatest military minds and war strategists of the world. Nader has been named, Napoleon of Iran. Nader’s era was the highlight of Iran’s 18th Century colonial empire campaigns. Nader was the greatest military genius of Iran. During Afsharid Dynasty, Iran once more, became a relevant Imperial Power. Nader expanded the boundaries of Iran to its greatest, since Pre-Islamic period.

162a Nader Shah the Great 1736 - 1747 - Greatest Expansion 1 Map
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
This is Nader’s Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire at its Greatest Expansion since the Pre Islamic Era.
This map portrays Nader Shah Afsharid Empire’s Greatest Expansion which includes:
Iran, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Armenia, Georgia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Bahrain, Qatar, United Arab Emirate, Part of Oman, Part of Uzbekistan, Part of Russian Caucasia, Part of Iraq, Part of India, Part of Saudi Arabia and Parts of Central Asia.
* Nader’s Campaigns Routes and Ottoman Campaigns Routes are shown.
* Notice that Nader’s Naval Campaigns and Marine Campaigns resulted in annexation of a chunk of Arabian Peninsula in South and its addition to Iran.

162b Nader Shah the Great 1736 - 1747 - Greatest Expansion 2 Map
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
North Western Region

162c Nader Shah the Great 1736 - 1747 - Greatest Expansion 3 Map
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
North Eastern Region

162d Nader Shah the Great 1736 - 1747 - Greatest Expansion 4 Map
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
South Western Region

162e Nader Shah the Great 1736 - 1747 - Greatest Expansion 5 Map
Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire
South Eastern Region


163 Afsharid Persian Colonial Empire 1736 - 1749 Map


164 Afsharid Persian Empire 1736 - 1802 Map


165 Karim Khan Zand Empire 1750 - 1779 Antique Iran Map
Zand Empire of 1782 AD (18th Century Iran)
Reign of Karim Khan Zand - Antique Map of Zand Dynasty


166 Zand Dynasty, Karim Khan Zand 1750 - 1779, Antique 1753 Iran Map


167 Zand Empire Antique 1758 Iran Map
Zand Dynasty: 1750 AD – 1794 AD
Antique Map of Early Zand Period

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