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Al-Istakhri wrote that "Khakan nominal power ... even though Hakan and above the king, but the king appoints him" [195] Ibn Rust adds: "King does not report to anyone who would stand above it .. . he manages derived taxes and hiking walks with his troops "[196]. The troops had to deliver, apparently on the basis of the vassal relationship feud-lysed nobility, "as they are by the number of his property." In addition, the king had an army of 10-12 thousand men, who were on the payroll. The state was developed by the bureaucracy: the rulers of port cities and conquered tributary provinces (Tudun), tax collectors, judges, and probably even the police, whose role can perform the soldiers of the royal army (Larissa) [197].

Memoir of Roger Brooke Taney, LL.D.: Chief Justice of the Supreme Court of the United States by Samuel Tyler

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Author
Samuel Tyler
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Sagwan Press
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668
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9781298961907
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