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IJSTR >> Volume 6 - Issue 7, July 2017 Edition



International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research  
International Journal of Scientific & Technology Research

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ISSN 2277-8616



Introduction And Use Of Firearms In Bukhara Khanate (XVI Century)

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AUTHOR(S)

Zamonov Akbar Turginovich

 

KEYWORDS

Bukhara Khanate arms, artillery, gun, tactics, gunpowder, military engineering, the defense, the assault, cannon, military troops, cannons, tufangs.

 

ABSTRACT

This paper gives scientific analyses about fire arms – cannons, tufangs and zarbzans, which were introduced in Bukhara Khanate in XVI century and the mechanisms and role of use of such weapons.The article is based on translated sources, published studies and previously in the years of independence.

 

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[14] During this time, for thte purposes of using Bukhara Khans and raising thteir influencto the latter in the area, in their policy towards Iran, the state of Osman Turks interfered in the internalk affairs of Sheybanid’s state, sent Yanizaries, who were armed with modern rifles (tufangs) to Navruz Ahmadkhan and his sons, who fought against Abdullakhan II. While the rifles that the Sheybanids had efore this, were made from copper, starting from the middle of XVI century, soldiers of Movarounnahr started getting armed with iron/steel rifles.