INJO

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Apparently Injo owned lands that in 683 AH / 1284 AD were confiscated after the execution of the Court's owner Shamsuddin Juwayni.
Rashid al-Din says that Ghazan Khan handed Injo land to each of his rulers as well as Mongolian Women's to exploit.
At the time of writing "Tarikh- e- Mobarak Ghazani", all Injo lands were owned by Nawab, Ghazan Khan's wife.
Sources of the time provide us with much information about Khatuns that even shared in lands returns by confiscation, including: Atabek Absh Khatun, before entering Shiraz convinced Sultan Ahmed Takodar to transform Shiraz former royal lands to Injo lands.
But some calungadores, such as Marlenisio Ferreira, who has created O injo da calunga ('The house of Calunga'), are currently active in preserving and teaching about this unique Afro-Brazilian speech within the community.
(50.) Yi Sihang, Kim changgun yusa, Pondo yusaeng Kang Munik tung sinwonso, 51a-52a; and Injo sillok.
A nomad woman named Injo (Jacki Sams) greets him and tells him he must go on a personal journey "to find himself."
The only exceptions were during the reigns of kings T'aejo and Injo at the beginning and at the end of their bilateral relations, which I will discuss below.
The remaining two cases of the first king, T'aejo, and the sixteenth king, Injo, hold the key to understanding how investiture was used as a medium of negative soft power and as a tool for coercive diplomacy through the manipulation of symbols.
The Sixteenth King, Injo: Ming's Decline and the Manipulation of Symbols
It is important to note the reign of Kwanghae and the ascendance of the sixteenth king, Injo, coincided with a growing voice within the Ming to place Korea under Ming China's direct control.
After a short delay and investigation, Ming made a final decision to grant the investiture to Injo, despite knowing that he ascended to the throne by forcefully deposing Kwanghae, who had been previously invested by the Ming emperor.