1 edition of Dasht-i ruʼyā found in the catalog.
Poems.Errata slip inserted.Dīvān-i ashʻār--Cover.In Persian.
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Cumania name was also preserved as part of the ecclesiastical structure with a "Diocese of Cumania" existing until 1523 in what is nowlong after the Cumans ceased to be a distinct group in the area. Russian sources have referred to Cumania as the "Polovtsian " Poloveckaja Stepor the "Polovcian " Pole Poloveckoe. : 38 said of Cumania, "This wilderness is green and grassy with no trees, nor hills, high or low. While the main component was probably the Turkic-speaking tribes, the confederacy included other ethnic components as well.
These, from a juridical point of view, had an inferior status than the states of Seneslau east of the and Litovoi west of the Olt Rivercnezats which continued to belong to the Romanians quam Olacis relinquimus prout iidem hactenus tenuerant"like they held them Dasht-i ruʼyā far".
From the military point of view, the land comprising the Diocese of Cumania was held either by the as early as 1222or by the Vlachs Brodnics or the Vlachs of Seneslau. The was dominated by two : the also known as the Polovtsians or Folban and the.an ethnic group with possible Cuman origins• A Plain s is an extensive area of comparatively level to gently undulating land, lacking surface irregularities, and usually adjacent to a higher area.
Hence, Cumania diocese became part of the superior archbishopric of Esztergom, determining King to add "Rex Cumaniae" King of Cumania to his titles in 1228, and later to grant asylum to the Cumans in face of Dasht-i ruʼyā Mongol invasion. there is no means of travelling in this desert except in wagons.
Cumania was neither a state nor an empire, but different groups under independent rulers, or khans, who acted on their own initiative, meddling in the political life of the surrounding states: the Russian principalities, , Byzantium and the states in the Balkans, Armenia and Georgia see in the Caucasus, and , having reached as far as to create a powerful caste of warriors, the , serving the Muslim Arab and Turkish Caliphs and Sultans.
, who was marching to the right, passed through the country of the , where Bazarambam met him with an army, but was beaten.
The name Cumania originated as the for the Cuman—Kipchak confederation, which was a in the western part of the , between the 10th and 13th centuries.