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Barlas (mongole: Barulas;[1] ĉagataje/en farsi برلاس Barlās; ankaŭ Berlas) estis mongola[1] kaj poste tjurkigita[2][3] nomada konfederacio en Centra Azio.[4][5]

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  Pli detalaj informoj troveblas en artikoloj Timuridoj kaj Mogola Imperio.

Ties plej famaj reprezentantoj estis la Timuridoj, nome dinastio fondita de la konkeranto Timur (Tamerlano) en la 14a jarcento, kiu regis super teritorioj de modernaj Irano, Afganio, multe de Centrazio, same kiel ĉe partoj de nuntempaj Pakistano, Barato, Mezopotamio, Anatolio kaj Kaŭkazo.[6] Unu el lia descendantoj, nome Zahir ud-Din Babur, poste fondis la Mogolan Imperion de Centra Azio kaj Suda Azio.

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Hajji Beg Barlas (m. 1361) estis estro de la tribo Barlas.

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  1. 1,0 1,1 Grupper, S. M. ‘A Barulas Family Narrative in the Yuan Shih: Some Neglected Prosopographical and Institutional Sources on Timurid Origins.’ Archivum Eurasiae Medii Aevi 8 (1992–94): 11–97
  2. B.F. Manz, The rise and rule of Tamerlan, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge 1989, p. 28: "... We know definitely that the leading clan of the Barlas tribe traced its origin to Qarchar Barlas, head of one of Chaghadai's regiments ... These then were the most prominent members of the Ulus Chaghadai: the old Mongolian tribes — Barlas, Arlat, Soldus and Jalayir ..."
  3. M.S. Asimov & C. E. Bosworth, History of Civilizations of Central Asia, UNESCO Regional Office, 1998, ISBN 92-3-103467-7, p. 320: "… One of his followers was […] Timur of the Barlas tribe. This Mongol tribe had settled […] in the valley of Kashka Darya, intermingling with the Turkish population, adopting their religion (Islam) and gradually giving up its own nomadic ways, like a number of other Mongol tribes in Transoxania …"
  4. Encyclopædia Britannica, "Timur", Online Academic Edition, 2007. Citaĵo: "Timur was a member of the Barlas tribe, a Mongol subgroup that had settled in Transoxania (now roughly corresponding to Uzbekistan) after taking part in Genghis Khan's son Chagatai's campaigns in that region. Timur thus grew up in what was known as the Chagatai khanate." ...
  5. G.R. Garthwaite, "The Persians", Malden, ISBN 978-1-55786-860-2, MA: Blackwell Pub., 2007. (p.148)
  6. René Grousset, The Empire of the Steppes: A History of Central Asia, Rutgers University Press, 1988. ISBN 0-81... (p.409)