Shabankara

   The Shabankara were a Kurdish tribe who played an important role for many years in the Persian provinces of Kir-manshah and Fars in medieval Islamic times. It was also the name of their country in southern Persia. Their capital was Ig, or Idj. Contemporaries mention the fortifications of Shabankara, the fertility of their country, its mills, and bazaars.
   Shabankara power reached its brief zenith in 1200-1201, when the two sibling mirs (Kutb al-Din Mubariz and Nizam al-Din Mahmud) conquered Kirmanshah. The latter brother became notorious for his debauchery and rapacity, however, and the Atabeg of Fars soon reasserted his authority. In 1260 the Mongol Hulegu destroyed Ig and killed the Shabankara mir, Muzaffar Muhammad. Muhammad bin Ali Shabankara (c. 1298-1358) was a noted Persian historian who wrote during the Mongol Il-Khanid period.

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