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Amlākdārs, Khwājas and Mulk Land in the Zarafshan Valley after the Russian Conquest

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This paper is a revision and correction of Chapter 3 of my 2008 monograph ('Russian Rule in Samarkand') in which I made a number of errors and misjudgements. The most glaring of these was to confuse a Bukharan tax official (the amlakdar) with the owner of 'mulk' (a category of landed property which usually carried some form of tax exemption). I have disentangled these, added some further evidence, and reconsidered the evidence which I put forward in my book. I argue that Russian attempts to i...

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University of Oxford
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New College
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Brill Publisher's website
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Brill's Inner Asian Library
Host title:
Explorations in the Social History of Modern Central Asia (19th- Early 20th Century)
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Leiden
Publication date:
2013-07-25
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15667162
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728735
ISBN-10:
9004248439
ISBN-13:
9789004248434
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2017-09-14

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