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  • ʿALĪ KANĪ

    H. Algar

    MOLLĀ (1220-1306/1805-88), an influential and wealthy moǰtahed of Tehran who played a decisive role in obtaining the cancellation of the Reuter Concession in 1873. 

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  • ALĪ KĀY

    B. Hourcade

    a semi-nomadic Gīlakī-speaking tribe that winters in the foothills of the central Alborz.

  • ʿALĪ KHAN AMĪN AL-DAWLA, MĪRZĀ

    Cross-Reference

    , MĪRZĀ. See AMĪN-AL-DAWLA.

  • ʿALĪ KHAN ḤĀJEB-AL-DAWLA

    H. Busse

    Qajar official (1222-84/1807-08 to 1867).

  • ALI KOSH

    Cross-Reference

    See ʿALĪKOŠ.

  • ʿALI MARDĀN KHAN

    Mehrnoush Soroush

    (d. Lahore, 1657), military leader and administrator under Safavid kings Shah ʿAbbās I and Shah Ṣafi, and Mughal ruler Shah Jahān.

  • ʿALĪ MĪRZĀ

    R. M. Savory

    (d. 899/1494), eldest son of Shaikh Ḥaydar, head of the Safavid ṭarīqa, and ʿAlamšāh Begom, daughter of the Āq Qoyunlū ruler Uzun Ḥasan.

  • ʿALĪ MOTTAQĪ

    M. Baqir

    Saint and Hadith scholar of India (885-975/1481-1567).

  • ʿALĪ QĀʾENĪ

    P. P. Soucek

    usually known as SOLṬĀN-ʿALĪ, calligrapher active in Herat and Tabrīz during the late 9th/15th and early 10th/16th centuries.

  • ʿALĪ QĀʾENĪ

    D. Pingree

    mathematician.