عنوان مقاله [English]
Durig the 7th century Mongol tribes dominated vast part of Eastern
Islamic territory and political and social spheres .Those were the
people with different language, culture, weather condition habits,
decamping traditions and different architectural ideas.
Even though they had constituted towns near their capitals and had
applied their culture to these cities, they were yet small ethnic
minorities. But despite of this ethnic differentiation of Mongols in
cultural identity, their affability in Ghazankhan era resulted in
selection of Islamic religion and this ethnic differentiation changed
drastically. This religious belief, with cultural identity that was
basically Iranian, was reinforced and consolidated and Iranian–Islamic
cultural fountain watered moguls' culture from architecture to religion.
This cultural transition was resounded when Ghazaniyyeh of Tabriz
was constructed in Ilkhanids territory. Structure and functions of this
township was the sign of great social, economical and
political changes that had happened among Moguls and it did not have
any counterpart in structural variety.This kind of tribal culture that
could only be superior among nomadic tribes and in the field of battle
and looting, it didn't have anything to offer in the field of culture,
civilization and government and it faded little by little.