600 AD – 1600 AD
This vibrant period of Kurdish history is marked by the reemergence of Kurdish political power from the 7th to 9th century, after three centuries of decline under the centralized governments of the Sasanians of Persia and the Byzantine Empire. It culminated in three centuries, the 10th through the 12th, that can rightfully be called Islam’s Kurdish centuries. Through steady emigrations and military conquests, their political rule extended from central Asia to Libya and Yemen.
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