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  • AMĪN BALYĀNĪ

    Cross-Reference

    See BALYĀNĪ, AMĪN-AL-DĪN.

  • AMĪN ḤAŻRAT

    J. Calmard

    eldest son of Āqā Ebrāhīm Amīn-al-solṭān who succeeded his father as Head of the royal pantry (ābdār-bašī), which allowed him to accompany Nāṣer-al-dīn Shah in all his travels in Iran and abroad.

  • AMĪN ḤOŻŪR

    J. Calmard

    (Trustee in Presence), an official title under Nāṣer-al-dīn Shah whose successive administrative reorganizations after 1858 led to a multiplication of offices, particularly in the royal household.

  • AMĪN ḴALWAT

    F. Gaffary

    (Trustee of the Shah’s private household or court), an office and title in the late Qajar period held by members of the Ḡaffārī family.

  • AMĪN LAŠKAR

    J. Calmard

    (Trustee of the Army), Qajar title held by Mīrzā ʿEnāyatallāh and Mīrzā Qahramān under Nāṣer-al-dīn Shah.

  • AMĪN LAŠKAR, MĪRZĀ QAHRAMĀN

    A. Amanat

    (1244-1310/1828-92), a middle rank Qajar official during the rule of Nāṣer-al-dīn Shah.

  • AMĪN, ḤĀJJĪ

    M. Momen

    name given successively to two Bahaʾis who were trustees of the Bahaʾi system of religious taxation, the Ḥoqūq Allāh.

  • AMĪN-AL-DAWLA, ʿABDALLĀH KHAN

    A. Amanat

    ṢADR EṢFAHĀNĪ (1779-1847), chief revenue accountant and later prime minister under Fatḥ-ʿAlī Shah (1797-1834).

  • AMĪN-AL-DAWLA, ʿALĪ EBRĀHĪM KHAN

    Cross-Reference

    See ʿALĪ EBRĀHĪM KHAN.

  • AMĪN-AL-DAWLA, FARROḴ KHAN ḠAFFĀRĪ

    F. Gaffary

    (1227-88/1812-71), a high ranking Qajar official.