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9th-century Shafeʿite jurist, poet, and man of letters.
(352-425/963-1033), Sufi shaikh of Ḵaraqān, some 20 km north of Basṭām in Khorasan.
Ḥ. Maḥbūbī Ardakānī
(b. 1279/1862-63), government official under the late Qajars.
B. W. Robinson
(1814-66), painter in oils and miniature, lacquer artist, and book illustrator.This Article Has Images/Tables.
Persian diplomat, b. 1190/1776 in Šīrāz.
imam of the Nezārī Ismaʿilis of the Qāsemšāhī line, beglerbegi of Kermān under Karīm Khan Zand and his successors from approximately 1181/1768 to 1206/1791-92.
(1806-63), member of a prominent family of Shiraz who led a turbulent life alternating between government service and the cultivation of religious knowledge in a manner unusual in Qajar Iran.
painter and historian of the 12th/18th century from Kāšān, son of Mīrzā Moʿezz-al-dīn Moḥammad Ḡaffārī.
noted Mughal painter.This Article Has Images/Tables.