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ʿA. Kārang and F. R. C. Bagley
founder of the semi-independent Sajid dynasty in Azerbaijan (r. 276/889-90-317/929).
(AFSŌS), the taḵalloṣ of MĪR ŠĪR-ʿALĪ, late 18th century poet and translator of India.
L. P. Elwell-Sutton
(“Sun”), name of several Persian periodicals.
G. L. Windfuhr
the dialect of Aftar (population about 1,200), located at lat 35°39′ N, long 53°07′ E in the mountains one kilometer west of the Semnān-Fīrūzkūh road to Māzandarān. Historical phonology shows Aftarī as a Northwest (i.e. non-Perside) dialect of Iranian.This Article Has Images/Tables.
a medicinal herb.
“blessing, praise,” a technical, literary term for a category of Manichean hymns.
"opium," its production and commerce in Iran.
P. P. Soucek
painter active during the reign of Shah ʿAbbās II (1052-77/1642-66).
title of a chronicle of the Safavid dynasty, composed by Fażli b. Zayn-al-ʿĀbedin b. Ḵᵛāja Ruḥ-Allāh Ḵuzāni Eṣfahāni.
South Indian taḏkera writer.