The Struggle for Supremacy in Persia after the death of Tīmūr

  title={The Struggle for Supremacy in Persia after the death of Tīmūr},
  author={Roger M. Savory},
In 1956 the then state of Timürid studies was lucidly described by Professor Hans R. Roemer in the introduction to his edition of the Shams al-Hu$n of Täj al-Salmäni), the work dubbed by Barthold Anonymus Shäh-Rukh. Professor Roemer gave comprehensive references to the work of Barthold in this field, and to the more recent contributions of V* Minorsky, W. Hinz, F. Tauer, J. Aubin, and others. To the best of my knowledge, however, there is nowhere to be found a eonnected account of events in… Expand
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