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The abnāʾ al-dawla (Arabic: أبناء الدولة, meaning "sons of the regime/dynasty"), often simply " the Abnāʾ", is a term for the Khorasani Arabs who had participated in the Abbasid Revolution of 749–750 and their descendants, who settled in Baghdad and Iraq. They became the ruling elite of the Abbasid Caliphate and formed the mainstay of the caliphal army. However, the term appears rarely in the sources until the time of the Fourth Fitna civil war in the 810s, when it is applied to the Khurasanis of Baghdad, who overwhelmingly supported Caliph al-Amin against his brother al-Ma'mun. The terms ahl Khurāsān ("people of Khurasan") and abnāʾ ahl Khurāsān ("sons of the people of Khurasan") are more frequently used for the Khurasanis who formed the mainstay of the Abbasid regime in general. Followin

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  • The abnāʾ al-dawla (Arabic: أبناء الدولة, meaning "sons of the regime/dynasty"), often simply " the Abnāʾ", is a term for the Khorasani Arabs who had participated in the Abbasid Revolution of 749–750 and their descendants, who settled in Baghdad and Iraq. They became the ruling elite of the Abbasid Caliphate and formed the mainstay of the caliphal army. However, the term appears rarely in the sources until the time of the Fourth Fitna civil war in the 810s, when it is applied to the Khurasanis of Baghdad, who overwhelmingly supported Caliph al-Amin against his brother al-Ma'mun. The terms ahl Khurāsān ("people of Khurasan") and abnāʾ ahl Khurāsān ("sons of the people of Khurasan") are more frequently used for the Khurasanis who formed the mainstay of the Abbasid regime in general. Followin
  • Abnā' al-Dawla (en arabe : أبناء الدولة : fils de la révolution), ou simplement Abnāʾ, est un terme pour désigner les soldats Khorassaniens, qui avaient participé à la (en) de 749–750, et leurs descendants installés à Bagdad et en Irak. Ils sont devenus l'élite dirigeante du califat abbasside, et ont formé le pilier de l'armée califale. Cependant, le terme apparaît rarement dans les sources jusqu'à la (en) (809-813), lorsque les Khorassaniens de Bagdad ont massivement soutenu le calife al-Amin contre son frère al-Ma'mun. En général, les termes ahl Khurāsān (« peuple de Khurasan ») et abnāʾ ahl Khurāsān (« fils du peuple de Khurasan ») sont plus fréquemment utilisés pour les Khorassaniens qui ont formé le pilier du régime abbasside. Après la victoire d'al-Ma'mun dans la guerre civile, les
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  • The abnāʾ al-dawla (Arabic: أبناء الدولة, meaning "sons of the regime/dynasty"), often simply " the Abnāʾ", is a term for the Khorasani Arabs who had participated in the Abbasid Revolution of 749–750 and their descendants, who settled in Baghdad and Iraq. They became the ruling elite of the Abbasid Caliphate and formed the mainstay of the caliphal army. However, the term appears rarely in the sources until the time of the Fourth Fitna civil war in the 810s, when it is applied to the Khurasanis of Baghdad, who overwhelmingly supported Caliph al-Amin against his brother al-Ma'mun. The terms ahl Khurāsān ("people of Khurasan") and abnāʾ ahl Khurāsān ("sons of the people of Khurasan") are more frequently used for the Khurasanis who formed the mainstay of the Abbasid regime in general. Following al-Ma'mun's victory in the civil war, the abnāʾ al-dawla were largely replaced by the latter's Persian followers, and under his successor al-Mu'tasim, the rise of the Turkish slave-soldiers to power began.
  • Abnā' al-Dawla (en arabe : أبناء الدولة : fils de la révolution), ou simplement Abnāʾ, est un terme pour désigner les soldats Khorassaniens, qui avaient participé à la (en) de 749–750, et leurs descendants installés à Bagdad et en Irak. Ils sont devenus l'élite dirigeante du califat abbasside, et ont formé le pilier de l'armée califale. Cependant, le terme apparaît rarement dans les sources jusqu'à la (en) (809-813), lorsque les Khorassaniens de Bagdad ont massivement soutenu le calife al-Amin contre son frère al-Ma'mun. En général, les termes ahl Khurāsān (« peuple de Khurasan ») et abnāʾ ahl Khurāsān (« fils du peuple de Khurasan ») sont plus fréquemment utilisés pour les Khorassaniens qui ont formé le pilier du régime abbasside. Après la victoire d'al-Ma'mun dans la guerre civile, les abnāʾ al-dawla ont été largement remplacés par les fidèles persans de ce dernier, puis sous son successeur al-Mu'tasim, la montée en puissance des esclaves turcs au pouvoir a commencé.
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