He also built a lot in his capital city of Isfahan. Shah Abbas II, was the seventh Safavid king of Iran, ruling from 1642 to 1666. Abbas II of Persia and the Mughal ambassador.jpeg 2,000 × 1,476; 922 KB. Dilahirkan dengan nama Soltan Mohammad Mirza, Abbas merupakan anak dari penguasa sebelumnya, yaitu Safi.. Ia dikenal sebagai raja yang cakap dan tegas dalam memimpin, meski ia baru berusia 9 tahun ketika dilantik. Abbas II of Persia.jpg 310 × 431; 162 KB. For faster navigation, this Iframe is preloading the Wikiwand page for Abbas II of Persia . made several campaigns to the lands controlled by the Russia. The Russo-Persian War of 1651–53 was an armed conflict in the North Caucasus, associated with the Safavid plans to strengthen its position in the region and to exclude Russia.Safavid troops and allies (wali (governor) of Dagestan, Khan of Derbent.) Abbas II may refer to: * Abbas II of Persia, (1633-1666), Shah of Iran from 1642 to 1666 * Abbas II of Egypt, (also known as Abbas Hilmi Pasha), (1874 – 1944), last Khedive of Egypt and Sudan (1892 – 1914) Wikimedia Foundation. Born in 1633, Shah ʿAbbās II, the son of Shah Ṣafī (r. 1629-42), was barely nine years old when he ascended the Safavid throne in 1642. On 15 May 1642, at Kashan, Muhammad Mirza was crowned as shah of Iran and chose "Abbas II" as his dynastic name. Shah Abbas II (born 31 December 1632; died 25/26 October 1666) was Shah of Iran from 1642 to 1666. His name was Sultan Muhammed Mirza until he became Shah on May 15, 1642. Since he was less than ten years old when he became shah, the job of governing Persia was placed in the hands of his mother, Anna Khanum, and the grand vizier, Saru Taqi, while Abbas concentrated on his education at Qazvin. 15 Chardin Abbas II tomb.jpg 791 × 1,047; 386 KB. He frequented meeting places of the ordinary people in order to learn of extortion and oppression on the part of his officials; his punishment of corrupt officials was swift. Abbas II (bahasa Persia: شاه عباس دوم) (30 Agustus 1632 – 26 Oktober 1666) adalah Shah Dinasti Safawiyah ketujuh yang memerintah antara 1642-1666. Abbas II of Persia. Media in category "Abbas II of Persia" The following 21 files are in this category, out of 21 total. 2010. He was the seventh Shah of the Safavid Dynasty.He was the son of Shah Safi I and a Circassian, Anna Khanum. Shah Abbas II of Persia was born around 1629/1633, came to the throne in 1642 and died in 1667.During his reign he revived some of the glory of the Persian empire as seen under his grandfather Abbas the Great, and made better diplomatic relations with the Ottoman Empire and Europeans. The war began … Born Soltan Mohammad Mirza, he was the eldest son of Safi I with his Circassian wife, Anna Khanum. Shah of Persia. Principal wars: war with the Moguls (1649-1653); Cossack incursion (1664). In the first years of his reign, the court was dominated by a cabal consisting of his mother, Annā Khānūm, grand vizier Mīrzā Muḥammad ‘Sārū Taqī, and the qurchībāshī, head of the triba… Abbas II was undoubtedly the most capable and energetic Safavid shah after his great-grandfather Shah Abbas I the Great, whom he in many aspects bore resemblance to. Belligerents Safavid Empire Mughal EmpireCommanders and leaders Abbas II of PersiaMehrā KhanAutar Khan Kilij KhanMurad BakshDara ShikohAurangzebStrength 65,000 12,000 Zamburak 80,000 18,000 Sowars110 cannonsCasualties and losses 5000 7000 The Mughal–Safavid War of 1649–1653 was fought between the Mughal and Safavid empires in the territory of modern Afghanistan. Born Soltan Mohammad Mirza, he was the eldest son of Safi I with his Circassian wife, Anna Khanum. Shah Abbas II , was the seventh Safavid king of Iran, ruling from 1642 to 1666. Son of the dissolute Shah Safi I and grandson of Abbas I the Great; succeeded Safi I (1642); invaded the Mogul Empire and captured Kandahar (1649); defeated the Mogul general Aurangzeb's three attempts to retake the city (1650, 1651, and 1652); repressed a revolt in Georgia led by Tamurath Khan … He showed unusual religious tolerance, granting privileges to many Christian groups. ʿAbbās I - ʿAbbās I - Legacy: Shah ʿAbbās ruled with a passionate zeal for justice and the welfare of his subjects.