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Sheki khanate

  


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Khanate was founded in 1747. Sheki khanate had borders with Ilisu sultanate in west,  Shamakhy khanate in east, Garabagh and Ganja khanates in south, Dagestan and Guba khanates in north. Its founder was Haji Halabi Gurban oglu. Its area was divided into 8 mahals- Sheki, Arash, Agdash, Alpaut, Padar, Gurtgashen, Khasmas and Bum. Gabala and Arash sultanates were dependants of Sheki khanate. During Sheki khan Haji Chelebi there was an attempt to unite Azerbaijan. The khanate was annexed by Russia according to Kurakchay treaty of 1805, and in 1819 the khanate was abolished by tsar decree.

Ruling khans:
1747-1755  Haji Chelebi
1755-1759  Agakishi khan
1759- 1779  Huseyn khan
1779-1781  Abdulgadir khan
1781-1795  Mahammadhasan khan
1795-1806  Salim khan
1806-1814  Jafargulu khan Khoylu
1814-1817  Ismayil khan



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