Naṣr ibn Sayyār

Naṣr ibn Sayyār

▪ governor of Khorāsān

died 748

      governor of Khorāsān (now part of Iran) and other eastern provinces from 738 to 748, under the last of the Umayyad (Umayyad Dynasty) caliphs.

      Naṣr distinguished himself by his military leadership and clever, humane diplomacy. Having led a campaign against two rebellious tribes, Naṣr was appointed governor of Khorāsān by the caliph al-Malik at the age of 74. Naṣr waged a vigorous war against his Turkish neighbours, certain dissident tribes and, at the last, the ʿAbbāsid family who later seized the caliphate. Besides al-Malik, he also served the Umayyad caliphs Hishām, al-Walīd II, and Yazīd III. He introduced the system of land taxation for Muslims and poll taxes for non-Muslims and did much to reduce Arab intertribal hostilities.

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