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I Abr Manz, Rise and Rule, 87; Woods, Timurid Dynasty, 20–24. H u, Zubdat, 48–51; Yazdı, H . afiz. -i Abr . asanı, 14. 30 Power, Politics and Religion in Timurid Iran Azarbaijan, where they joined in the struggles of Amiranshah’s sons. 53 The princes also disagreed among themselves. In 809–810/1406–08 Pir Muhammad removed Iskandar from the governorship of Yazd, repulsed an attack on Shiraz by Iskandar and Rustam, and succeeded, in his turn, in taking Isfahan. For a time, both Iskandar and Rustam left the region, so that Pir Muhammad was able to consolidate his power.
Ando, Timuridische Emire, 158–59; H u, Zubdat, 136. afiz. -i Abr Ando, Timuridische Emire, 133–37. mad b. ıh. ammad Farrukh, 3 vols. (Mashhad: B ast an, 1339/1960–61), vol. III, 279. Muqizz, ff. 133a, 137a; Ando, Timuridische Emire, p. 159, Zubdat, 671. In the Muqizz al-ansab Shams al-Din is noted under Pir Muhammad b. qUmar Shaykh whom he served in Fars (Muqizz, f. 102b). One brother, Shir qAli, is mentioned on Shahrukh’s Transoxiana campaign of 813/1410–11 and listed in the Muqizz as amır dıw an for Ahmad b.
The eldest prince, Pir Muhammad, was recognized on Temur’s death by ¨ the darughas of the strategic cities of Yazd and Abarquh and, according to Shahrukh’s historians, he almost immediately paid homage to Shahrukh. Nonetheless, the order Temur ¨ had left in Iran soon began to fall apart. 52 Pir Muhammad, Rustam and Iskandar now began to look outside at Kerman, which they tried to annex, and at 50 51 52 H u, Zubdat, 478–81. afiz. -i Abr Manz, Rise and Rule, 87; Woods, Timurid Dynasty, 20–24. H u, Zubdat, 48–51; Yazdı, H .