Medieval Europe 814-1350: World Events Research Article from World Eras

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The Turk Sebuktigin, a former slave who has married the daughter of the governor of the town of Ghazna (modern-day Ghazni, Afghanistan), is recognized as his father-in-law's successor by the ruling Iranian Samanid dynasty. Over the next twenty years Sebiiktigin rejects Samanid control and establishes the Ghaznavid dynasty, extending his territory east to the Indian border.

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