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پژوهشنامه تاریخ اسلام 2021, 1(42): 68-68 Back to browse issues page
The position and function of educational institutions of the Salgharians (543-686 AH)
Mohammad Keshavarz (Beyzaei)
Associate professor of Islamic Theology, Bushehr University of Medical Science, Bushehr
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Despite the small territory, the local government of the Salgharians (Atabegs of Fars) was bright in terms of culture and education. Researchers have been working on the political and economical approaches of rulers often and have not paid much attention to the important functions of educational institutions. Through the descriptive-analytical method, this study seeks to answer the question that what was the position and function of Fars educational institutions in the Salgharians period. Findings indicate that the educational, nurturing, legitimizing, and dedication-oriented functions of the Salgharians’ educational institutions have been effective in the development of intellectual and narrative sciences, generating income for educational staff and the cultural and social prosperity of the Fars in that period. The relative security and welfare, the Salghari rulers’ policies against the invasion of the Mongols, building educational institutions such as schools, ribāṭs, mosques, hospitals, monasteries, and attracting scientists and artists flourished the Fars culturally in the Salgharians period.
 
Keywords: The Atabegs of Fars, The history of education, The Salghurids, Educational institutions, Endowment (Waqf).
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Type of Study: Research | Subject: Special
Received: 2021/06/27 | Accepted: 2021/10/6



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Keshavarz (Beyzaei) M. The position and function of educational institutions of the Salgharians (543-686 AH). پژوهشنامه تاریخ اسلام 2021; 1 (42) :68-68
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