List of Premiers of Iran (1699–1907)


List of Premiers of Iran (1699–1907)

The following is a list of Premiers of Iran from the creation of the office in 1699 until 1907, when the office of Prime Minister of Iran was created during the Iranian Constitutional Revolution.

Contents

Chief Ministers, 1699-1747

  • Muhammad Mu'min Khan Shamlu (1699 - 1707)
  • Shah Quli Khan Zanganeh (1707 - 1715)
  • Fath Ali Khan Daghestani (1715 - 1722)
  • Muhammad Quli Khan Bigdili Shamlu (c. 1722) (for Shah Husayn I)
  • Amanollah Khan of Iran (23 October 1722 - 25 April 1725) (for Shah Mahmud Hotaki)
  • Fath Ali Khan Qajar (10 November 1722 - 11 October 1726) (for Shah Tahmasp II)
  • Mohammad Ali Khan Qouler Aqassi (12 October 1726 - 13 November 1729) (for Shah Tahmasp II)
  • Nader Khan Afshar (1729 - 8 March 1736) (later Nader Shah) (for Shah Tahmasp II)
  • Mirza Ali Akbar Shirazi (1736 - 1747) (for Nader Shah)

Viceroys (style Nayeb-os-Saltaneh, 1747-1754)

  • Mir Sayyed Mohammad Marashi (1747 - 1748) (later Shah Sulaiman II) (for Adil Shah)
  • Amir Alam Khan Khozaima (31 December 1749 - 9 January 1750) (1st time, for Shah Sulaiman II)
  • Yusef Ali Khan Jalayir (10 January 1750 - March 1750) (for Shah Rokh)
  • Amir Alam Khan Khozaima (March 1750 - 2 December 1754) (2nd time, for Shah Rukh)

Sadr-i-A'zam (Grand viziers 1750-1871)

  • Ali Mardan Khan Bakhtiari-Chahar Lang (1750 - 1751) (for Shah Esmail III)
  • Vacant (1751 - 1779)
  • Mohammad Zaki Khan Zand (1779 - 13 June 1779 (for Abol Fath Khan Zand and Mohammad Ali Khan Zand)
  • Mohammad Sadeq Khan Zand (June 1779 - August 1779)
  • Haji Ibrahim Khan Zand Kalantar Shirazi (1779 - 14 April 1801)
  • Mirza Muhammad Shafi Mazanderani (1801 - 1819)
  • Haji Muhammad Hussain Khan Nezam al-Daula (Sadr Esfehani) (1819 - 1823)
  • Amin al-Daula, ʿAddallah Khan Sadr Esfahani (1823 - 1825) (1st time)
  • Allah Yar Khan Qajar Devehlu Asaf al-Daula (1825 - 1828)
  • Amin al-Daula, ʿAddallah Khan Sadr Esfahani(1828 - 1834) (2nd time)
  • Mirza Abul Qasim Qa'im Maqam II (1834 - 1835)
  • Haji Mirza Aqasi Erewani (1835 - 1848)
  • Mirza Taqi Khan Amir Kabir (1848 - November 1851)
  • Mirza Aqa Khan-e Nouri (also known as Khajeh-Noori, Khajehnoori and Khajenouri) (November 1851 - 1858)
  • Post abolished (1858 - 1871)

Premiers (1871-1907)

  • Mirza Hosein Khan Moshir od-Dowleh (12 December 1871 - September 1873)
  • Mirza Yousof Khan Ashtiani (September 1873 - 1880) (1st time)
  • Kamran Mirza (1 July 1880 - 1885)
  • Mirza Yousof Khan Ashtiani (1885 - 1887) (2nd time)
  • Amir Asghar Khan (1887 - November 1896) (1st time)
  • Vacant (November 1896 - February 1897)
  • Ali Khan Amin od-Dowleh (February 1897 - June 1898)
  • Amir Asghar Khan (June 1898 - 24 January 1904) (2nd time)
  • Abdol Majid Mirza, Ain ud-Daula (24 January 1904 - 5 August 1906)
  • Mirza Nasrullah Khan, Mushir ud-Daula (1906 - 18 February 1907)
  • Ali Khan Vazir Afkham (February 1907 - April 1907)

See also

Sources

  • For a full list of Viziers of Iran in the last 2000 years, see: "Iranian Viziers: From Bozorgmehr to Amir Kabir" (وزیران ایرانی از بزرگمهر تا امیر کبیر) by Abdolrafi' Haqiqat (عبدالرفیع حقیقت). Perry-Castañeda Library collection DS 271 F34 1995
  • Mohammad Taghi Bahar, Taarikh-e Mokhtasar-e Ahzaab-e Siaasi-e Iraan (A Short History of Political Parties of Iran), Amirkabir, 1978.
  • Encyclopædia Iranica Online, available at www.iranica.com
  • various articles in The Persian Encyclopedia

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