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M. U. Memon
a potter known through a single signed piece reputedly found in Sāva.
(b. Malaṭīa, 1225; d. Marāḡa, 1286), Syriac historian and polymath, also known as Bar Hebraeus. See EBN AL-ʿEBRĪ, ABU’L-FARAJ.
K. Abū Deeb
Author of the Ketāb al-aḡānī.
an early Persian poet. Nothing is known about his birth and early life, except that he was born in Rūna, the exact location of which is uncertain.
4th/10th century poet of Sīstān, author of several lost works on the art of poetry.
An early 6th/12th century astronomer.
Shiʿite jurist, d. 976/1568-69.
J. R. Perry
a chieftain of the Haft Lang branch of the Baḵtīārī and paramount chief (īlḵānī) of the tribe.
son of the ruler of Qarābāḡ, Ebrāhīm Ḵalīl Khan Javānšīr, and through his sister brother-in-law of Fatḥ-ʿAlī Shah.