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  • ARZAN

    M. Bazin

    "millet." The main species of millet probably originate from the Far East and seem to have been introduced into Iran from India.

  • ARŽANG

    J. P. Asmussen

    an extra-canonical work of Mani.  

  • ARZĀNI, MOḤAMMAD AKBAR

    Fabrisio Speziale

    an Indian author of works on medicine.

  • ARZENJĀN

    C. E. Bosworth

    or ERZENJĀN, a town of northeastern Anatolia.

  • ĀRZŪ

    M. Siddiqi

    Major Indo-Muslim poet, lexicographer and litterateur (b. at Gwalior or Agra 1099/1687-88 or 1101/1689-90).

  • ARZU (Article 2)

    Cross-Reference

    See Ḵān-e Ārezu, Serāj-al-din ʿAli (ARTICLE 2).

  • ARZŪR

    J. P. Asmussen

    Mid. Pers. form of Avestan Arəzūra-, the name of a demon of unclear origin or function in Zoroastrian tradition. 

  • Am~ CAPTIONS OF ILLUSTRATIONS

    Cross-Reference

    list of all the figure and plate images in the Am–Ar entries