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Persia under Mongol domination. The effectiveness and and failings of a dual administrative system

Abstract : This paper points out the break of the traditionnal administrative patterns from dure Gret' Khans period to the fall of the Persian Ilkhanate in 1355. Previously, financial and secretarial offices had been handed down, to generation, in established families. However, under the Mongols, a dual administrative system was set up, consisting of both Mongol and local peersonnal. This administratif system was efficient on the beginning of the period. But during de Ilkhanid's period, the politiczl mzneuvring at the royal court meant that Mongol officials courld not realy on the local nobility to faithfull manage fiscal affairs. When the Mongols temporarely take up the Bilâd alShâm, this system was efficient. The Persian officials have no particular interest. Such comparisons of Mamluk and Ilkhan provincial administration and économy would surey vauable new insigns both of these statesand the relations beetweem them.
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Denise Aigle. Persia under Mongol domination. The effectiveness and and failings of a dual administrative system. Bulletin d'Etudes Orientales, Institut Français du Proche-Orient (IFPO), 2006, vol. 57 (Supplément), pp.65-78. ⟨hal-00382555⟩

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