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Shah Ismail I
King (Abvalmzfr bin Sheikh Haydar bin Sheikh Junayd), known as the King (Ismail I - born July 17, 1487 and died May 23, 1524), the founder of the dynasty (Safavi) is. Rani Shah Ismail sentence of two crucial turning point in Iranian history. The prime reason is that after the Arab invasion of Persia, Persian, Iran spent eight and a half centuries no independent judgment was not racing, but Iran (Arab caliphs), (Turkish Sultans) and (Khan, Mongol), operates was, although this term (Al-buoy) (334-447 AD. AH / 945-1055 AD) who ruled the race, but they were overpowered on the part of Iran. Shah Ismail was a prolific poet, that alias (SEM) of his poetry (Emad breeze), literature (Azerbaijan) expanded. In addition to the language (Azerbaijani) in Farsi poetry where he remained only a few examples of Persian poetry.
Lineage (Shah Ismail) to (Sheikh Safi Addin Ardabil, 713-631 Solar) appears. (Shah Ismail) son (Sheikh Haydar) and his mother (Martha), daughter of King (Uzun Hasan Aghkoyunlular) and (theodoro) daughter of the King (Trabzon), respectively (theodoro) provided by (Uzun Hasan) who married his religion (Christianity) to maintain, and a lifetime of religious freedom, are enjoyed. That's why, along with preaching and give yourself a priest and a Christian, Iran, and the city (was) built a church, to Sunday, to worship, to go see it. Later, with the acquisition, (Uzun Hasan) to become part of Iran and Tabriz, capital of Iran, (theodoro) in Tabriz glorious church, pastors and missionaries to build and bring it. In (Erzincan) more (Armenians) were living in a church with two names (Simon) and (Yahia) construction, building of churches (Uzun Hasan) was attributed.
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