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R. E. Emmerick
“the heart or essence of the Amoghapāśa ritual,” the name of a Buddhist text belonging to the Mahayanist Tantric tradition.
C. E. Bosworth, S. Blair, E. Ehlers
a town on the Caspian shore in the southwest of the modern province of Māzandarān, medieval Ṭabarestān.
C. E. Bosworth
town situated three miles from the left bank of the Oxus river (Āmū Daryā).
a type of incised pottery apparently dating from the 12th-13th centuries.This Article Has Images/Tables.
David O. Morgan
Shiʿite scholar and author, died at Shiraz in 1352-53, when it was under the control of the Inju ruler Abu Esḥāq Jamāl-al-Din.
early representative of Imamite theosophy (b. 720/1320, or perhaps 719/1319).
the dialect spoken in Āmora, a village in the šahrestān of Tafreš.
A. Sh. Shahbazi
Greek form of the name of several notable Iranians of the Achaemenid period.
author of a short encyclopaedic work Liber memorialis in fifty chapters covering such diverse subjects as cosmography (and astronomy), geography and ethnography, theology and especially history.