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Mental Enlightenment Scientific-Methodological Journal

Abstract

This article provides detailed information about the role of the Jizzakh oasis in the history of the Timurid state, socio-economic life and the tax system. With the help of available sources, literature and material and cultural objects, the economy of the population of Jizzakh oasis in the XV-XVI centuries, forms of land ownership, tax regime and its peculiarities were compared and opinions were expressed.

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216

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226

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