Sajid dynasty

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The Sajid dynasty, was an Iranian Muslim dynasty that ruled from 889-890 until 929.wikipedia
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Abu'l-Saj Devdad

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Muhammad's father Abu'l-Saj Devdad had fought under the Ushrusanan prince Afshin Khaydar during the latter's final campaign against the rebel Babak Khorramdin in Azerbaijan, and later served the caliphs.
He was the eponymous ancestor of the Sajid dynasty of Azerbaijan.

Yusuf ibn Abi'l-Saj

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Yusuf ibn Abi'l Saj (died 928) was the Sajid amir of Azerbaijan from 901 until his death.

Devdad ibn Muhammad

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Devdad was the Sajid amir of Azerbaijan for a period in 901.

Abu'l-Musafir al-Fath

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Abu'l-Musafir al-Fath (died 929) was the last Sajid amir of Azerbaijan (928–929).

Sajid invasion of Georgia

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Yusuf Ibn Abi'l-Saj, a Sajid emir, whom Georgians knew as Abul-Kasim, invaded Georgian lands in 914, with the purpose to strengthen gradually weakening Arab power and Muslim hold on Georgian principalities.

List of Sunni dynasties

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The Sajid dynasty, was an Islamic dynasty that ruled from 889-890 until 929.

Muhammad ibn Abi'l-Saj

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Muhammad ibn Abi'l-Saj, also known as Muhammad al-Afshin (died 901), an Iranian appointed general of al-Mu'tadid, was the first Sajid amir of Azerbaijan, from 889 or 890 until his death.

Sogdia

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The Sajids originated from the Central Asian province of Ushrusana and were of Iranian (Sogdian) descent.

Subuk

In 919, Subuk's master, the Sajid Yusuf Ibn Abu'l-Saj, was captured by forces of the caliph, with whom he had been at war.

Azerbaijan

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The power vacuum left by the decline of the Abbasid Caliphate was filled by numerous local dynasties such as the Sallarids, Sajids, and Shaddadids.

Iranian peoples

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The Sajid dynasty, was an Iranian Muslim dynasty that ruled from 889-890 until 929.

Azerbaijan (Iran)

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Sajids ruled Azerbaijan and parts of Armenia first from Maragha and Barda and then from Ardabil.

Greater Armenia

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Sajids ruled Azerbaijan and parts of Armenia first from Maragha and Barda and then from Ardabil.

Maragheh

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Sajids ruled Azerbaijan and parts of Armenia first from Maragha and Barda and then from Ardabil.

Barda, Azerbaijan

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Sajids ruled Azerbaijan and parts of Armenia first from Maragha and Barda and then from Ardabil.

Ardabil

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Sajids ruled Azerbaijan and parts of Armenia first from Maragha and Barda and then from Ardabil.

Central Asia

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The Sajids originated from the Central Asian province of Ushrusana and were of Iranian (Sogdian) descent.

Osrushana

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The Sajids originated from the Central Asian province of Ushrusana and were of Iranian (Sogdian) descent.

Khaydhar ibn Kawus al-Afshin

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Muhammad's father Abu'l-Saj Devdad had fought under the Ushrusanan prince Afshin Khaydar during the latter's final campaign against the rebel Babak Khorramdin in Azerbaijan, and later served the caliphs.

Babak Khorramdin

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Muhammad's father Abu'l-Saj Devdad had fought under the Ushrusanan prince Afshin Khaydar during the latter's final campaign against the rebel Babak Khorramdin in Azerbaijan, and later served the caliphs.

Abbasid Caliphate

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Toward the end of the 9th century, as the central authority of the Abbasid Caliphate weakened, Muhammad was able to form a virtually independent state.

Bagratid Armenia

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Much of the Sajids' energies were spent in attempting to take control of neighboring Armenia.