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Zelkova crenata or Siberian elm, a tree of the Ulmaceae family, for which also other scientific names, such as Zelkova carpinifolia, Zelkova hyrcana, Planera crenata, and Planera Richardi, have been proposed.
M. L. Chaumont, C. Toumanoff
(older ĀZĀT), a class of the Iranian nobility.
Major Indo-Muslim poet, biographer, and composer of chronograms, also known as Ḥassān-al-Hend (fl. 1116-1200/1704-86).
governor of Bahrain and the surrounding area in the time of Ḵosrow (probably Ḵosrow II Parvēz).
J. R. Perry
(d. 1781), a major contender for supremacy in western Iran after the death of Nāder Shah Afšār (r. 1736-47).
J. T. P. de Bruijn
physician, anthologist, and translator (b. Tehran, ca. 1854; d. Paris, 1936).
(1893-1973), journalist, politician, Majles deputy, member of opposition groups.This Article Has Images/Tables.
K. N. Pandita
Scholar and writer in Urdu and Persian, born about 1834 in Delhi.
name of a Roman slave-girl of Bahrām Gōr.
a collection of short stories by Ḡolām-Ḥosayn Sāʿedi, the prolific engagé writer of drama and fiction.This Article Has Images/Tables.