Meaning : Iron Lame,
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Additional information Tamerlane:
Name of a 14th Century military leader, whose name was derived from the Persian "Timur-i lang" or "Temur the Lame" Temur means Iron.
Westernized form of Timur i Leng (see TIMUR).
Songs about Tamerlane:
Twilight Zone Theme , The Movie ( Jerrald K Goldsmith - Warner-Tamerlane Pub ) by Halloween Themes / Horror Movie Music that Will Scare You / By : North American Pops Orchesta from the Album Halloween Themes / Horror Movie Music That Will Scare You More Than Sound Fx
Mighty Love (Hawes,Jefferson,Sim... Warner/tamerlane) by Funkasaurus Rex from the Album Etched In Stone
Tamerlane by Sahin from the Album Lie to me / Sahin feat. Ludvik
Tamerlane by Tuomi from the Album The Expense Of Spirit
Tamerlane by David Brewster from the Album The Raven
Tamerlane by Jog from the Album Tamerlane
Tamerlane (Instrumental) by Soft Tags from the Album Blue House
Books about Tamerlane:
Tamerlane: A Historical Account of The World's Ultimate Warrior by Roy Stier and Bruce Stephen Holms (May 14, 2013)
Tamerlane and Other Poems by Edgar Allen Poe and A Bostonian (Mar 16, 2010)
The Tenacious Miss Tamerlane (Kasey Michaels Alphabet Regency Romance) by Kasey Michaels (Apr 17, 2011)
Lost Enlightenment: Central Asia's Golden Age from the Arab Conquest to Tamerlane by S. Frederick Starr (Oct 13, 2013)
After Tamerlane: The Rise and Fall of Global Empires, 1400-2000 by John Darwin (Aug 18, 2009)
Tamerlane: Sword of Islam, Conqueror of the World by Justin Marozzi (Feb 27, 2006)
Tamerlane: The Earth Shaker by Harold Lamb (1928)
Wiki information Tamerlane:
Timur, historically known as Tamerlane, was a Turko-Mongol ruler of Barlas lineage. From a base in Transoxania, he led military campaigns across West, South and Central Asia and emerged as the most powerful ruler in the Muslim world after defeating...
"Tamerlane" is an epic poem by Edgar Allan Poe, first published in the 1827 collection Tamerlane and Other Poems. That collection, with only 50 copies printed, was not credited with the author's real name but by "A Bostonian." The poem's original...