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'''Timur''' (from the [[Persian alphabet|Perso-Arabic]] form {{lang|pal-Arab|تیمور}} ''{{lang|pal-Latn|Tīmūr}}'', ultimately from [[Chagatai language|Chagatai]] ([[Middle Turkic]]) ''{{lang|trk-Latn|Temür}}'' "[[iron]]"; 8 April 1336 – 18 February 1405), normally known as '''Tamerlane''' (from ''{{lang|pal-Latn|Tīmūr-e Lang}}'') in English, was a fourteenth-century conqueror of [[West Asia|Western]], [[South Asia|South]] and [[Central Asia]], founder of the [[Timurid dynasty|Timurid Empire and Timurid dynasty]] (1370–1405) in Central Asia, and great great grandfather of [[Babur]], the founder of the Mughal Dynasty, which survived until 1857 as the [[Mughal Empire]] in India.<ref>"[http://search.eb.com/eb/article-9072544 Timur]", [[Encyclopædia Britannica]], Online Academic Edition, 2007.</ref><ref>"Central Asia, history of [http://search.eb.com/eb/article-73545 Timur]", in [[Encyclopædia Britannica]], Online Edition, 2007., Quotation: "...'' Timur first united under his leadership the '''Turko-Mongol''' tribes located in the basins of the two rivers.''..."</ref><ref>[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/102315/history-of-Central-Asia History of Central Asia], Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 13 December 2008.</ref><ref name="EI">B.F. Manz, ''"Tīmūr Lang"'', in [[Encyclopaedia of Islam]].</ref><ref>"[http://www.bartleby.com/65/ti/Timur.html Timur]" The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001-05. Quotation: ''Tamerlane, c.1336–1405, Mongol conqueror, b. Kesh, near Samarkand. He is also called Timur Leng [Timur the lame]. He was the son of a tribal leader, and he claimed (apparently for the first time in 1370) to be a descendant of Jenghiz Khan. With an army composed of Turks and Turkic-speaking Mongols, remnants of the empire of the Mongols, Timur spent his early military career in subduing his rivals in what is now Turkistan; by 1369 he firmly controlled the entire area from his capital at Samarkand.''</ref>
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'''Timur''' (from the [[Persian alphabet|Perso-Arabic]] form {{lang|pal-Arab|تیمور}} ''{{lang|pal-Latn|Tīmūr}}'', ultimately from [[Chagatai language|Chagatai]] ([[Middle Turkic]]) ''{{lang|trk-Latn|Temür}}'' "[[iron]]"; 8 April 1336 – 18 February 1405), normally known as '''Tamerlane''' (from ''{{lang|pal-Latn|Tīmūr Lan - i.e. Timur the ruler}}'') in English, was a fourteenth-century conqueror of [[West Asia|Western]], [[South Asia|South]] and [[Central Asia]], founder of the [[Timurid dynasty|Timurid Empire and Timurid dynasty]] (1370–1405) in Central Asia, and great great grandfather of [[Babur]], the founder of the Mughal Dynasty, which survived until 1857 as the [[Mughal Empire]] in India.<ref>"[http://search.eb.com/eb/article-9072544 Timur]", [[Encyclopædia Britannica]], Online Academic Edition, 2007.</ref><ref>"Central Asia, history of [http://search.eb.com/eb/article-73545 Timur]", in [[Encyclopædia Britannica]], Online Edition, 2007., Quotation: "...'' Timur first united under his leadership the '''Turko-Mongol''' tribes located in the basins of the two rivers.''..."</ref><ref>[http://www.britannica.com/EBchecked/topic/102315/history-of-Central-Asia History of Central Asia], Encyclopædia Britannica Online. 13 December 2008.</ref><ref name="EI">B.F. Manz, ''"Tīmūr Lang"'', in [[Encyclopaedia of Islam]].</ref><ref>"[http://www.bartleby.com/65/ti/Timur.html Timur]" The Columbia Encyclopedia, Sixth Edition, 2001-05. Quotation: ''Tamerlane, c.1336–1405, Mongol conqueror, b. Kesh, near Samarkand. He is also called Timur Leng [Timur the lame]. He was the son of a tribal leader, and he claimed (apparently for the first time in 1370) to be a descendant of Jenghiz Khan. With an army composed of Turks and Turkic-speaking Mongols, remnants of the empire of the Mongols, Timur spent his early military career in subduing his rivals in what is now Turkistan; by 1369 he firmly controlled the entire area from his capital at Samarkand.''</ref>
   
 
Born into the [[Turco-Mongol]]<ref name="Manz">B.F. Manz, ''The rise and rule of Tamerlan'', [[Cambridge University|Cambridge University Press]], Cambridge 1989, p. 28: ''"... We know definitely that the leading clan of the Barlas tribe traced its origin to Qarchar Barlas, head of one of Chaghadai's regiments ... These then were the most prominent members of the Ulus Chaghadai: the old Mongolian tribes - Barlas, Arlat, Soldus and Jalayir ..."''</ref><ref name="UNESCO">M.S. Asimov & [[Clifford Edmund Bosworth|C. E. Bosworth]], ''History of Civilizations of Central Asia'', [[UNESCO]] Regional Office, 1998, ISBN 92-3-103467-7, p. 320: ''"… One of his followers was […] Timur of the Barlas tribe. This Mongol tribe had settled […] in the valley of Kashka Darya, intermingling with the Turkish population, adopting their religion (Islam) and gradually giving up its own nomadic ways, like a number of other Mongol tribes in Transoxania …"''</ref> [[Barlas|Barlas tribe]] who ruled in Central Asia,<ref name="Secret History of Mongols">[http://www.oxuscom.com/cahist1.htm]
 
Born into the [[Turco-Mongol]]<ref name="Manz">B.F. Manz, ''The rise and rule of Tamerlan'', [[Cambridge University|Cambridge University Press]], Cambridge 1989, p. 28: ''"... We know definitely that the leading clan of the Barlas tribe traced its origin to Qarchar Barlas, head of one of Chaghadai's regiments ... These then were the most prominent members of the Ulus Chaghadai: the old Mongolian tribes - Barlas, Arlat, Soldus and Jalayir ..."''</ref><ref name="UNESCO">M.S. Asimov & [[Clifford Edmund Bosworth|C. E. Bosworth]], ''History of Civilizations of Central Asia'', [[UNESCO]] Regional Office, 1998, ISBN 92-3-103467-7, p. 320: ''"… One of his followers was […] Timur of the Barlas tribe. This Mongol tribe had settled […] in the valley of Kashka Darya, intermingling with the Turkish population, adopting their religion (Islam) and gradually giving up its own nomadic ways, like a number of other Mongol tribes in Transoxania …"''</ref> [[Barlas|Barlas tribe]] who ruled in Central Asia,<ref name="Secret History of Mongols">[http://www.oxuscom.com/cahist1.htm]
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