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16. Jázaros. 568 d.C. – 1083 d.C. (en construcción)

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This list covers the antics of the IKhanr Khaganate. The Khamrs were unusually devious even for nomads, and adopted Judaism in tie 8th
century as a political ploy to counterbalance their Christian and Moslem neighbours It has been suggested that they are the ancestors of the
East European Sews providing the majority of modern Israelis. The Khaganate maintained a standing "Royal Army~' of full time paid
cavalty According to al-Masudi. most were armed wtth bow, but some with lance "like the Muslims" As al-Masudi wrote in the mid-luth
century, the lancers were probably also anried with bow, like the 'morasanian-Turkish ghulants then typical of Muslim armies. Ibn Hawkal
says that there were 12,000 cavalry in the Royal Army. 4,000 of them Muslims Masudi says that the Muslims were refugees from
Khwarisnn, and served on the condition that they were not obliged Co fight against their co-religionists. This nucleus was supplemented for
major campaigns with levies from the Ihaaars' numerous subject tribes The minimum marked * applies only if the Beg is C-in-C, the
Khagan then being present only as a non-combatant tigurehead. Minimums marked'' apply ifany troops so marked are used. Ras (also known
as Rus or Ros) were Alans, not the unrelated Kievan Rus. Allied contingents from this list need not include otherwise compulsory foot.

Fuente: DBM Army List Book 3.