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What is beyond the river? : power, authority, and social order in Transoxania 18th-19th centuries, Andreas Wilde

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What is beyond the river? : power, authority, and social order in Transoxania 18th-19th centuries
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What is beyond the river?
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power, authority, and social order in Transoxania 18th-19th centuries
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Andreas Wilde
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  • What is beyond the river?
  • Power, authority, and social order in Transoxania 18th-19th centuries
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power, authority, and social order in Transoxania eighteenth-nineteenth centuries
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Wilde, Andreas
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  • maps
  • genealogical tables
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  • DK948.84
  • AS142
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  • .W55 2016
  • .V31 Bd.877
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non fiction
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bibliography
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  • Österreichische Akademie der Wissenschaften. Philosophisch-Historische Klasse. Sitzungsberichte
  • Veröffentlichungen zur Iranistik
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  • 877. Band
  • NR. 80
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  • Khanate of Bukhara
  • Khanate of Bukhara
  • Social classes
  • Social classes
  • Social structure
  • Social structure
  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Khanate of Bukhara
  • Khanate of Bukhara
  • Transoxanien
  • Khanat Buchara
  • Manners and customs
  • Power (Social sciences)
  • Social classes
  • Social conditions
  • Social structure
  • Asia
  • Transoxiane
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What is beyond the river? : power, authority, and social order in Transoxania 18th-19th centuries, Andreas Wilde
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Includes bibliographical references (pages 989-1029) and indexes
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Contents
  • Power, authority and social order
  • ltạ ̄'at, Inqiyād and Īlī : obedience and subordination
  • Farmān-bardārī and Khidhmatgārī : subjection and service
  • Provision of resources by subordinated actors
  • Jān-Sipārī : sacrifice and devotion
  • Acts of favor, grace and compassion
  • Marhạmạt, Shafaqat and Ināyat : terms for favor, benevolence and affection
  • Particular acts of favor : patterns and situations
  • Tarbiyat and Isṭinā' : nurture, promotion and marks of favor
  • Patterns of gubernatorial appointments
  • Qurbat : intimacy and affinity
  • The concept of social order : guiding premises and cornerstones
  • Bunuwwat and Farzandī : filiation and sonship
  • Ri āyat and Hịmāyat (Hịrāsat, Hifāzạt) : attention, solicitude and protection
  • Provision of resources by social superiors
  • Back to the beginning : notions of fear and anxiety
  • Conclusion
  • Generosity and gift giving
  • The terminology of the gift in the chronicles
  • Gifts from below and instances of gift exchange
  • Of jewels, horses and rare fabrics : objects of gift exchange
  • Namak-khwurī : notions of gratitude and right behavior
  • Institutions
  • The motif of generosity in the example of Jāwush Bāy
  • The Tūy and other festivities
  • Qutluq Bāy donates a garden
  • Conclusion
  • Mediation and brokerage
  • Tashafu' and Tawassul : intercession and forging connections
  • Village elders : fragments from the sources
  • Religious nobles as intermediaries
  • The manghit chiefs as power brokers
  • Insights into a Kingāsh
  • Worldview(s)
  • What makes an ideal intermediary?
  • Conclusion
  • The portrayal of order in bukharan chronicles
  • Justice-dispensing and ordering ruler
  • Hierarchies and spatial manifestations of social order
  • Mullā Sharīf esteems kinship and genealogical order
  • Causes of disorder
  • Conclusion
  • The superhuman protector and the role of destiny
  • The chronicles as snapshots of social order
  • Social order and inertia
  • Conclusion
  • Social order(s) in nineteenth-century transoxania
  • The manghit period : rulers and milestones
  • Muhạmmad Dānyāl Bī b. Khudāyār Bī
  • Shāh Murād Bī
  • Amīr Hạidar
  • The succession struggle 1826-1827
  • Amir Nasṛullah Khān
  • The last three manghit Amīrs
  • Social order at the Bukharan court
  • Questions of power and authority
  • Shāh Murād's image in nineteenth-century historiography
  • Rituals of power at Amīr Hạidar's court
  • Nasṛullah Khān : the lord of the auspicious conjunction
  • Summary
  • Russia's protectorate reconsidered
  • The russian expansion : a chronological overview
  • Russian protagonists and local power brokers
  • The effects of the russian presence
  • Summary
  • Foreign images of transoxania's social order
  • The omnipresence of power in human relations
  • Foreign experiences of bukharan hospitality
  • Trapped in the regional gift cycle
  • Diverging worldviews, divergent tastes
  • The Bukharan horse trade
  • Summary
  • Social order(s) in the Bukharan countryside
  • Sharecropping, land tenure and patronage in Bukhara
  • Institutionalized indebtedness
  • Āqsaqāls according to foreign and secondary sources
  • Āqsaqāls in Bukharan sources
  • Power in networks
  • On the selection and performance of Āqsaqāls
  • Summary
  • Making sense of the petition system
  • Summary
  • Conclusion
  • Transoxania before and after 1868
  • The formation of the nascent bukharan state
  • Concluding remarks
  • Why apply the social order concept?
  • The added scientific value of the social order concept
  • Institutionalization processes
  • The end of chronicle writing
  • Glossary
  • Appendices
  • Genealogical tables
  • Weights and currencies
  • List of revenues from the Tūmānāt of Transoxania (in 1833)
  • Table of tribes and districts supplying troops for Nasṛullah Khān's army
  • Maps
  • Bibliography
  • Indices
  • Symbolic power
  • Acknowledgments
  • Authority and social order
  • Patronage, gift exchange and mediation
  • Patron-Client relations
  • Generosity, reciprocity and gift giving
  • Mediation and brokerage
  • Conclusion
  • Historical overview : social order in Mā Warā al-Nahr
  • The geographical setting of Mā Warā' al-Nahr
  • The Uzbeks and their Turko-Mongol legacy
  • Uzbek origins and waves of migration
  • Preface
  • Social order in the Turko-Mongol World
  • Social order in Uzbek-dominated Transoxania
  • Shifts of power and social change
  • Mā Warā' al-Nahr in the early eighteenth century
  • The rise of Amirid Principalities
  • Miyānkāl : the intermediate land
  • The Khitạ'̄ī-Qipchāq
  • The Yetī Ūrūgh
  • The Qatạghān
  • Nūr and the Northern Mountains of Miyānkāl
  • Note on transliteration
  • The Burqūt and the Turkomān Yūzī
  • Hịsạr̄-i Shādmān
  • Ūrā Tippa and other towns in the Sir Daryā Region
  • The Yūz and ming tribes
  • Qarshī (Nasaf, Nakhshab)
  • The manghit
  • Khuzār
  • The Sarāy
  • Shahr-i Sabz : The "Green city"
  • The Ūng wa Sūl Alliance and the Kīnakās
  • Introduction
  • Shīrābād, Bāysūn and the Iron Gate
  • The Qungrāt
  • Tirmidh
  • The Naymān
  • Samarqand : the "Paradisiacal city"
  • Chahār Jūy
  • The Qalmāq (Junghār, Uirāt)
  • Ūrgūt and Kūhistān
  • The city of Bukhara
  • Deserts and mountains
  • The Oxus and Mā Warā' al-Nahr in history
  • The inhabitants of the peripheries
  • Conclusion
  • The figurations of power in eighteenth-century transoxania
  • The circumstances under the last Tuqay-Timurids
  • The major power shifts under Abū'l-Faiż Khān
  • Muhạmmad Rahịm Bī Yūz of Hịsạr̄
  • Ni, matullah Bī Naymān of Tirmidh
  • Ibrāhīm Bī Kīnakās of Shahr-i Sabz
  • Farhād Bī Ūtārchī of Samarqand
  • Khudāyār Bī and the Rise of the Manghit
  • Notes on the sources
  • The Yetī Ūrūgh, the Qataghān and the struggle for Karmīna
  • The Ahl-i Mahramīya : eunuchs, slave soldiers and astrologers
  • The Jūybārī Khwājas
  • Foreign glimpses of Bukhara's social order : Florio Benevini's account
  • Summary
  • Nādir Shāh's Conquest of Mā Warā' al-Nahr
  • The first Iranian campaign (Autumn 1737)
  • Nādir Shāh's measures after the Conquest of Bukhara
  • The immediate effects of the Iranian presence
  • Summary
  • The secondary literature
  • The creation of Muhạmmad Rahịm̄ Khān's Herrschaftsverband
  • The Amirid Elite
  • Patterns of mobility
  • Tribespeople, kinship and formative aspects of patronage
  • The population
  • The Yētī Ūrūgh Amīrs of Miyānkāl
  • The Kīnakās Amīrs of Shahr-i Sabz
  • Mūsā Bī of Ūrgūt
  • Fāżil Bī Yūz of Ūrā Tippa
  • Muhạmmad Amīn Bī Yūz of Hịsạr̄
  • Islamic societies in history : state of knowledge
  • The Qungrāt Amīrs of Bāysūn and Shīrābād
  • Conclusion
  • The institutionalization of manghit authority
  • The Wilāyāt-i Mahṛūsa as a Herrschaftsverband
  • The order of things in eighteenth-century chronicles
  • Preconditions for the forging of personal ties
  • The image of the protectors from the perspective of the protégés
  • Rituals of power : The Bay'a and Kūrnish
  • Notions of loyalty and obedience
  • Ikhlās, Hawā-khwāhī and other terms for loyalty
Control code
957715489
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
3 volumes (xvi, 1,101 pages)
Isbn
9783700178668
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unmediated
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rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9783700178668
Other physical details
maps, genealogical tables
System control number
(OCoLC)957715489
Label
What is beyond the river? : power, authority, and social order in Transoxania 18th-19th centuries, Andreas Wilde
Publication
Copyright
Note
Academy publication
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references (pages 989-1029) and indexes
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
  • nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
  • txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • Power, authority and social order
  • ltạ ̄'at, Inqiyād and Īlī : obedience and subordination
  • Farmān-bardārī and Khidhmatgārī : subjection and service
  • Provision of resources by subordinated actors
  • Jān-Sipārī : sacrifice and devotion
  • Acts of favor, grace and compassion
  • Marhạmạt, Shafaqat and Ināyat : terms for favor, benevolence and affection
  • Particular acts of favor : patterns and situations
  • Tarbiyat and Isṭinā' : nurture, promotion and marks of favor
  • Patterns of gubernatorial appointments
  • Qurbat : intimacy and affinity
  • The concept of social order : guiding premises and cornerstones
  • Bunuwwat and Farzandī : filiation and sonship
  • Ri āyat and Hịmāyat (Hịrāsat, Hifāzạt) : attention, solicitude and protection
  • Provision of resources by social superiors
  • Back to the beginning : notions of fear and anxiety
  • Conclusion
  • Generosity and gift giving
  • The terminology of the gift in the chronicles
  • Gifts from below and instances of gift exchange
  • Of jewels, horses and rare fabrics : objects of gift exchange
  • Namak-khwurī : notions of gratitude and right behavior
  • Institutions
  • The motif of generosity in the example of Jāwush Bāy
  • The Tūy and other festivities
  • Qutluq Bāy donates a garden
  • Conclusion
  • Mediation and brokerage
  • Tashafu' and Tawassul : intercession and forging connections
  • Village elders : fragments from the sources
  • Religious nobles as intermediaries
  • The manghit chiefs as power brokers
  • Insights into a Kingāsh
  • Worldview(s)
  • What makes an ideal intermediary?
  • Conclusion
  • The portrayal of order in bukharan chronicles
  • Justice-dispensing and ordering ruler
  • Hierarchies and spatial manifestations of social order
  • Mullā Sharīf esteems kinship and genealogical order
  • Causes of disorder
  • Conclusion
  • The superhuman protector and the role of destiny
  • The chronicles as snapshots of social order
  • Social order and inertia
  • Conclusion
  • Social order(s) in nineteenth-century transoxania
  • The manghit period : rulers and milestones
  • Muhạmmad Dānyāl Bī b. Khudāyār Bī
  • Shāh Murād Bī
  • Amīr Hạidar
  • The succession struggle 1826-1827
  • Amir Nasṛullah Khān
  • The last three manghit Amīrs
  • Social order at the Bukharan court
  • Questions of power and authority
  • Shāh Murād's image in nineteenth-century historiography
  • Rituals of power at Amīr Hạidar's court
  • Nasṛullah Khān : the lord of the auspicious conjunction
  • Summary
  • Russia's protectorate reconsidered
  • The russian expansion : a chronological overview
  • Russian protagonists and local power brokers
  • The effects of the russian presence
  • Summary
  • Foreign images of transoxania's social order
  • The omnipresence of power in human relations
  • Foreign experiences of bukharan hospitality
  • Trapped in the regional gift cycle
  • Diverging worldviews, divergent tastes
  • The Bukharan horse trade
  • Summary
  • Social order(s) in the Bukharan countryside
  • Sharecropping, land tenure and patronage in Bukhara
  • Institutionalized indebtedness
  • Āqsaqāls according to foreign and secondary sources
  • Āqsaqāls in Bukharan sources
  • Power in networks
  • On the selection and performance of Āqsaqāls
  • Summary
  • Making sense of the petition system
  • Summary
  • Conclusion
  • Transoxania before and after 1868
  • The formation of the nascent bukharan state
  • Concluding remarks
  • Why apply the social order concept?
  • The added scientific value of the social order concept
  • Institutionalization processes
  • The end of chronicle writing
  • Glossary
  • Appendices
  • Genealogical tables
  • Weights and currencies
  • List of revenues from the Tūmānāt of Transoxania (in 1833)
  • Table of tribes and districts supplying troops for Nasṛullah Khān's army
  • Maps
  • Bibliography
  • Indices
  • Symbolic power
  • Acknowledgments
  • Authority and social order
  • Patronage, gift exchange and mediation
  • Patron-Client relations
  • Generosity, reciprocity and gift giving
  • Mediation and brokerage
  • Conclusion
  • Historical overview : social order in Mā Warā al-Nahr
  • The geographical setting of Mā Warā' al-Nahr
  • The Uzbeks and their Turko-Mongol legacy
  • Uzbek origins and waves of migration
  • Preface
  • Social order in the Turko-Mongol World
  • Social order in Uzbek-dominated Transoxania
  • Shifts of power and social change
  • Mā Warā' al-Nahr in the early eighteenth century
  • The rise of Amirid Principalities
  • Miyānkāl : the intermediate land
  • The Khitạ'̄ī-Qipchāq
  • The Yetī Ūrūgh
  • The Qatạghān
  • Nūr and the Northern Mountains of Miyānkāl
  • Note on transliteration
  • The Burqūt and the Turkomān Yūzī
  • Hịsạr̄-i Shādmān
  • Ūrā Tippa and other towns in the Sir Daryā Region
  • The Yūz and ming tribes
  • Qarshī (Nasaf, Nakhshab)
  • The manghit
  • Khuzār
  • The Sarāy
  • Shahr-i Sabz : The "Green city"
  • The Ūng wa Sūl Alliance and the Kīnakās
  • Introduction
  • Shīrābād, Bāysūn and the Iron Gate
  • The Qungrāt
  • Tirmidh
  • The Naymān
  • Samarqand : the "Paradisiacal city"
  • Chahār Jūy
  • The Qalmāq (Junghār, Uirāt)
  • Ūrgūt and Kūhistān
  • The city of Bukhara
  • Deserts and mountains
  • The Oxus and Mā Warā' al-Nahr in history
  • The inhabitants of the peripheries
  • Conclusion
  • The figurations of power in eighteenth-century transoxania
  • The circumstances under the last Tuqay-Timurids
  • The major power shifts under Abū'l-Faiż Khān
  • Muhạmmad Rahịm Bī Yūz of Hịsạr̄
  • Ni, matullah Bī Naymān of Tirmidh
  • Ibrāhīm Bī Kīnakās of Shahr-i Sabz
  • Farhād Bī Ūtārchī of Samarqand
  • Khudāyār Bī and the Rise of the Manghit
  • Notes on the sources
  • The Yetī Ūrūgh, the Qataghān and the struggle for Karmīna
  • The Ahl-i Mahramīya : eunuchs, slave soldiers and astrologers
  • The Jūybārī Khwājas
  • Foreign glimpses of Bukhara's social order : Florio Benevini's account
  • Summary
  • Nādir Shāh's Conquest of Mā Warā' al-Nahr
  • The first Iranian campaign (Autumn 1737)
  • Nādir Shāh's measures after the Conquest of Bukhara
  • The immediate effects of the Iranian presence
  • Summary
  • The secondary literature
  • The creation of Muhạmmad Rahịm̄ Khān's Herrschaftsverband
  • The Amirid Elite
  • Patterns of mobility
  • Tribespeople, kinship and formative aspects of patronage
  • The population
  • The Yētī Ūrūgh Amīrs of Miyānkāl
  • The Kīnakās Amīrs of Shahr-i Sabz
  • Mūsā Bī of Ūrgūt
  • Fāżil Bī Yūz of Ūrā Tippa
  • Muhạmmad Amīn Bī Yūz of Hịsạr̄
  • Islamic societies in history : state of knowledge
  • The Qungrāt Amīrs of Bāysūn and Shīrābād
  • Conclusion
  • The institutionalization of manghit authority
  • The Wilāyāt-i Mahṛūsa as a Herrschaftsverband
  • The order of things in eighteenth-century chronicles
  • Preconditions for the forging of personal ties
  • The image of the protectors from the perspective of the protégés
  • Rituals of power : The Bay'a and Kūrnish
  • Notions of loyalty and obedience
  • Ikhlās, Hawā-khwāhī and other terms for loyalty
Control code
957715489
Dimensions
23 cm.
Extent
3 volumes (xvi, 1,101 pages)
Isbn
9783700178668
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
  • n
Other control number
9783700178668
Other physical details
maps, genealogical tables
System control number
(OCoLC)957715489

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