Amir Temur, also known as Tamerlane, was a Central Asian ruler and warlord who lived in the 14th and 15th centuries.
Despite the towers of skeletons, Tamerlane described himself as a peaceful man.
Although Tamerlane died six centuries ago, his legacy still carries enormous weight throughout Central Asia.
A new khan, the world-renowned Tamerlane, now swayed the scepter of Tartar power.
Resort of pilgrims to mosque of Hazret-Yassavi, built by Tamerlane.
Nobody, nothing was spared that opposed the march of the literary Tamerlane.
It was, in 1400, destroyed and reduced to ashes by Tamerlane.
And now commenced an incessant series of wars, and victory ever crowned the banners of Tamerlane.
Ay, him they call Tamerlane, because he is shorn of two toes.
Not that little Tamerlane, as his father called him, should die just to be out of her path.