History

Karabagh – Since Ancient Times Up To The Period Of Khanates

Egyptologist David Rohl challenged long held beliefs about Biblical events and its timeline in the first book. In his book he examines events that many exegetes regard as legendary at best. Among those covered include Adam and Eve along with identification of the probable physical location of a real Garden of Eden, and their descendents as the early leaders of what became the Sumerian civilization. His arguments are intricate and detailed.

The region of Eden is located by a study of the various associated names, starting with the rivers. These are named in the Genesis account and referred to by reference to countries such as Havilah, Cush and Ashur. He identifies these as the Kezel Uizhun (Pishon), Gaihun/Aras (Gihon), Tigris (Hiddekel) and Euphrates (Perath). Consequently, the general region can be marked out geographically. The garden of Eden is then located more specifically in the east of Eden as in the Tabriz valley (Adji Chay), with Cush in Azerbaijan and Havilah in the Iranian mountains.

The garden of Eden [Biblical] is then located more specifically in the east of Eden as in the Tabriz valley (Adji Chay), with Cush in Azerbaijan and Havilah in the Iranian mountains. Nod is around the city of Ardabil.
Legend: The Genesis of Civilisation
By David Rohl

Ancient Times

Karabagh Khanate

Khanate

Nadir shah involved Panah Ali khan best known as Panahali bey Sarydjaly Djavanshir, who distinguished himself in every action, was famed and unconquerable in any battle and brave in all the wars with Nadir Rum’s troops

After the overthrow of the Afshar Empire led by Nadir Shah the prominent state official Panahali bey Djavanshir founded one of independent states of Azerbaijan – Karabagh. He was born in the Saridjaly village of Karabagh. Mirza Djamal, the vizier of Karabagh khanate wrote: “Late Nadir shah after occupying Karabagh, Ganja, Tiflis and Shirvan provinces, invited all the working people of cities and villages in his place and gave them job among his servants and paid them salary, they gained respect and ranks.

He also involved Panah ali khan best known as Panahali bey Sarydjaly Djavanshir, who distinguished himself in every action, was famed and unconquerable in any battle and brave in all the wars with Nadir Rum’s troops (the wars with Osmanly empire in 1730th are implied here -Y.M, K.S). Yet after the Mughan congress Nadir laid punishment on those Karabaghians who did not recognize his power and exiled Muslim population to Afghanistan and Khorasan.

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