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Shaki

(shäk`ē) or

Sheki

(shĕk`–), city (1989 pop. 56,223), N Azerbaijan, on the southern slopes of the Caucasus. It is a silk and manufacturing center in a district that grows fruit and rice. Until its annexation (1805) by Russia it was the capital of a khanate under Persian sovereignty. Shaki was formerly known as Nukha. The summer palace of the khan still stands outside the city.
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Todas estas terras representavam onze das antigas provincias albanesas: Tchola, Lpiniya, Kambisena, Edjeri, Gabala, Shaki, Paytarakan (Partav), Gardman, Artsakh, Sunik e Uti.
200) Gafni, supra note 121, at 21 (quoting Mansour Shaki, The Sassanian Matrimonial Relations, in Archiv Orientalni 39, at 338 (1971)).