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Chapter 15: History of Iranian Military Uniforms
Buyyid - Qaznavid - Qurid Uniforms

 

Pictorial History of Iranian Military Uniforms
Book in 23 Chapters
Chapter 15. Buyyid, Qaznavid, Qurid
Ahreeman X

February 23, 2012


Buyyid Daylamite Kotali Standard Bearer

Buyyid
Buyyid Dynasty (932 - 1055)


Buyyid Daylamite Persian 4 Tassels Standard Bearer 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Cavalry Standard Bearer 10 AD

Buyyid Daylamite Dynasty
Buyyids were originally Daylamites from Gilan state of Iran. Buyyid Dynasty started by 3 Gilak brothers. They have managed to gain control of a great number of Iranian states and even taken over Baghdad. Their mistake was not eliminating the Arab Caliphate in Baghdad. Instead, the Buyyids allowed Caliph to remain as a puppet ruler and they recognized Caliph’s authority. While Caliph remained as an authority figurehead, Buyyids ruled the state. This action caused the delay of the establishment of a steady, continuous and powerful Persian rule in the region.

Buyyid (Daylamite) Dynasty (932 - 1055) had 3 branches ruled by 3 brothers:
Reign of Fars
Ali - Emad ol Douleh (932 - 939)
Reign of Khuzestan and Kerman
Ahmad - Mo'ez ol Douleh (932 - 966)
Reign of Ray and Esfahan
Hassan - Rokn ol Douleh (932 - 976)


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Armored Cavalry Officer 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Mace-man Armored Cavalry 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Armored Cavalryman 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Cavalry Officer


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Infantryman Soldier 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Heavy Infantry Soldiers 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Infantry Attack Formation 10 AD


Buyyid Daylamite Persian Spearmen 10 AD

Qaznavid
Qaznavid Dynasty (977 - 1186)


Qaznavid Flag – The Official Standard of Gray Crescent and Peacock 977 – 1186


Sultan Mahmoud Qaznavid “Sebüktigin” of Iran 977 - 1030


Sultan Mahmoud Qaznavid, the Sebüktigin of Iran 977 - 1030
Sebüktigin is the starter of the Qaznavid Dynasty
Sebüktigin started his reign by taking over today’s Khorasan and Afghanistan.


Early Qaznavid Iranian Commander (on the horse) and Soldier in the battle 10 AD


Qaznavid Iranian Archer Mace-men Infantry Soldiers 11 AD


Qaznavid Iranian Armored Archer Infantry Soldiers 11 AD


Qaznavid Iranian Archer Soldier 12 AD

Qurid
Qurid Dynasty (1117 - 1215)


Qurid Iranian Heavy Infantry Qazi Axe-man Leader 13 AD

Qurid Qazi Units were fierce and brutal warriors. They were Qurid Special Forces.

Qurid Dynasty Reign (1117 - 1215)
Qurid Empire of Shansabani Dynasty (Originated in today's Qur, Afghanistan)
Qurid Reign started in Khorasan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and parts of India


Qurid Iranian Heavy Infantry Qazi Axe-man Soldier 13 AD


Qurid Iranian Heavy Infantry Qazi Swordsman 13 AD


Qurid Iranian Medium Infantry Qazi Soldier 13 AD


Qurid Iranian Medium Infantry Qazi Swordsman 13 AD


Qurid Iranian Heavy Infantry Axe-men Soldiers 13 AD


Qurid Iranian Medium Infantry Soldiers 12 AD


Qurid Iranian Soldiers 12 AD

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