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  • COPYRIGHT

    Karīm Emāmī

    (ḥaqq-e moʾallef), a direct translatof the French droit d'auteur; the exclusive right to reproduce, publish, and sell the matter or form of a created work, for example, a novel or musical compo­sition.

  • CORAL

    Hūšang Aʿlam

    the skeletal deposit of marine polyps, often treated as a gem material.

  • ČORĀS, ŠĀH-MAḤMŪD

    Robert D. McChesney

    b. Mīrzā Fāżel, historian of the 17th-century Chaghatay khanate in Moḡūlestān and hagiographer and staunch supporter of the “Black Mountain” khojas.

  • CORBIN, HENRY

    Daryush Shayegan

    (b. Paris 14 April 1903, d. Paris 7 October 1978), French philosopher and orientalist best known as a major interpreter of the Persian role in the development of Islamic thought.

  • CORIANDER

    Hūšang Aʿlam

    an herb indigenous to the Mediterranean area, the Caucasus, and Persia and valued for its aromatic leaves and seeds.

  • ČORMĀGŪN

    Peter Jackson

    Mongol general and military gov­ernor in Persia, d. ca. 639/1242.

  • CORMICK, JOHN

    Kamran Ekbal and Lutz Richter-Bernburg

    one of the first English surgeons to work in Persia and personal physician to the crown prince ʿAbbās Mīrzā.

  • CORMICK, WILLIAM

    Moojan Momen

    (b. Tabrīz 1822, d. Tabrīz 25 Ḏu’l-ḥejja 1294/30 December 1877), a British physician in Tabrīz.

  • CORN

    Cross-Reference

    See ḎORRAT.

  • CORNELIAN CHERRY

    Hūšang Aʿlam

    the male cornel tree, a dogwood shrub with edible berries.