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M. Dandamayev and È. Grantovskiĭ, M. Dandamayev, K. Schippmann
i. The Kingdom of Assyria and its relations with Iran. ii. Achaemenid Aθurā. iii. Parthian Assur.
R. Macuch, A. Ishaya
Assyrians (Āšūrīs) is the term for the modern, East Syrian Christian communities in Iran.This Article Has Images/Tables.
M. L. Chaumont
The word astabid occurs in two Syriac texts as the title of a high-ranking Iranian officer and is applied to three different individuals.
Old Iranian female deity of rectitude and justice.
P. O. Skjærvø
Yt. 18, though dedicated to Aštād, the goddess of rectitude, does not mention her.
ʿA.-Ḥ. Mawlawī, M. T.Moṣṭafawī, and E. Šakūrzāda
the complex of buildings surrounding the tomb of the Imam ʿAlī al-Reżā at Mašhad.
Eckart Ehlers, Marcel Bazin, and Christian Bromberger
a township and a district of Lāhīǰān in the province of Gīlān.
a town and a district in the Ṭāleš region on the Caspian coast.This Article Has Images/Tables.
C. E. Bosworth, S. Blair
(or ESTERĀBĀD), the older Islamic name for the modern town of Gorgān in northeastern Iran, and also the name of an administrative province in Qajar times.
a lagoon in the extreme southeastern corner of the Caspian Sea.