عنوان مقاله [English]
The Deylam area from the sixth to the late eighth century AH was always the site of the conflict between Ismaili Nazari with the sides' local powers. Because the Deylam area after settlement Alamut Ismailis was constantly considered, and the Ismaili religion was a lot of influence there. The local rulers of Mazandaran and Guilan were always afraid of the Ismailis' influence in Deylam, and they repeatedly attacked there.
The two families of the local governor Hazaraspi and Koshij in the Deylam had a tendency the Ismailis, for this reason their relations with the local rulers of al-Kia were dark and eventually destroyed by al-Kia.
The main question of the research is to explain the political life of the Deylam Ismailis from the sixth to the late eighth century AH especiaiiy after the fall of Alamut and that Deylam what kind of political changes because of the Ismaili influence?
As a result of the beginning of the activities of the Nazari Ismailis, they became influenced in Delilah, and by conquering Alamut, Deylam became an important and strategic area for Ismailis. The Deylam Mountains was continued the Ismaili political base with the fall of Alamut and continued their political life, with the support of the family Hazaraspi and Koshij until the end of the eighth century.eventually collapsed in the political competition with Al KIa.