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Öljeitü,Mohammad Khodabandeh

اولجایتو ، محمد خدابنده


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Oljaitu was Mahmoud Ghazan's brother and successor.Oljaitu (1280 - Dec, 16, 1316), was the eighth Ilkhanid dynasty ruler in Iran from 1304 to 1316.

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Qazvin, the once blue Soltaniyeh Dome is the tomb of the Ilkhanate Oljaitu who converted to Islam and took the name Mohammad Khodabandeh. Soltaniyeh remains the best known monument of Ilkhanate Persia.
The three Dashkesin Caves are located 10 km SW Soltaniyeh Abhar/Zanjan. First used for Mithraism ceremonies, Oljaitu had brought Chinese artists to curve dragons on the rocks.
Image of Dragons from Chinese culture curved on the entrance at Dashkesin Caves Zanjan Abhar
The 200 tons Soltaniye Dome Abhar was built between 1305-1312 AD during Soltan Mohammad Khodabandeh (Oljaitu) reign
Left: Silver Coin mint Shiraz of Ilkhanates ruler Oljaitu who later converted to Islam and took the name Soltan Mohammad Khodabandeh. Right mint Shiraz bears also the name of Sheikh Abu Ishagh Inju.
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