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Journal:   BIANUUAL RESEARCH JOURNAL OF IRAN LOCAL HISTORIES   fall 2016-winter 2017 , Volume 5 , Number 1 (9) ; Page(s) 23 To 41.

Territorial Reformations in Iran and Its Zonal Consequences (Case Study of Boyer Ahmad khans’ Riot From Winter 1341 To Spring 1342)

* Shahid Chamran University of Ahvaz
Performance of territorial reformations rule in 1341, despite abundant defects, at the first step, caused the traditional territorial system and lord-serf relation to be resolved. In this process, compulsory land division and as a result of it, the lost of the political, social and economic powers of the land owner and leader of the tribe led to the riot of some traditional owners in some southern regions, including Boyer Ahmad province where the ancient tribal relations were still prevailed. The present paper, through utilizing library-documentary method and adopting descriptive-analytic approach, intends to examine the revolt of two persons of these traditional owners who were called Abdollah Zarghampour and Naser Taheri and to prove the nature of this riot. The findings of the research suggest that, from the very beginning, the nature of the riot was khans’ opposition against territorial reformations, and however, at final stages of the revolt, particular groups of people with religious beliefs participated in this uproar, but this event didn’ t change its nature.
Keyword(s): Territorial reformations,Boyer Amad,Abdollah Zarghampour,Naser Taheri
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