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  • ADIABENE

    D. Sellwood

    a district near the present-day borders of Iraq, Iran, and Turkey.

  • ADIB ḴᵛĀNSARI

    Morteżā Ḥoseyni Dehkordi and EIr

    a major vocalist of Persia in the first half of 20th century (1901-1982).

  • ADĪB NAṬANZĪ

    ʿA. N. Monzawī

    poet and linguist of the 5th/11th century, from Naṭanz, near Isfahan.

  • ADĪB NĪŠĀBURĪ

    J. Matīnī

    Persian litterateur and poet (19th century).

  • ADĪB PĪŠĀVARĪ

    Munibur Rahman

    poetic name of SAYYED AḤMAD B. ŠEHĀB-AL-DĪN RAŻAWĪ (1844-1930).

  • ADĪB ṢĀBER

    Ḏ. Ṣafā

    famous poet of the first half of the 6th/12th century. 

  • ADĪB ṬĀLAQĀNĪ

    M. Momen

    prominent Iranian Bahaʾi author of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. 

  • ADĪB-AL-MAMĀLEK FARĀHĀNĪ

    Munibur Rahman

    poet and journalist (1860-1917).

  • ĀDĪNEVAND

    P. Oberling

    a small Lur tribe of Lorestān which lives the year round in the baḵš of Ṭarhān.

  • ʿADL, Aḥmad-Ḥosayn

    Bāqer ʿĀqeli

    minister of agriculture, Director General of the Plan Organization, and the first director of the College of Agronomy (1898-1963). He did much to advance industrial development in Isfahan, both holding cabinet positions in the government and contributing in the private sector.

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