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    سلطان احمد


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    Sultan Ahmed Mirza was the eldest son of Abu Sa''id Mirza on whose death he became the Timurid ruler of Samarkand and Bukhara from 1469 till 1494. During his rule he successfully repelled at least one invasion attempt by the Kara Koyunlu, and failed in an attempt to conquer Khurasan from its ruler Sultan Husayn Mirza Bayqara. He was embroiled in the Timurid Civil Wars with his brothers Umar Shaikh Mirza II and Sultan Mahmud Mirza. He died while returning from his Ferghana expedition against Babur, the twelve-year-old son and successor of Umar Shaikh Mirza II. As he had no male heir, he was succeeded by his brother, Sultan Mahmud Mirza.

    Preceded by Abu Sa''id Mirza Timurid Ruler 1469–1494 Succeeded by Sultan Mahmud Mirza
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    Name Ahmed ibn Abu Sa’id, Sultan
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    Short description Timurid ruler of Samarkand
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