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  • EBRĀHĪM B. ADHAM

    EIr

    b. Manṣūr b. Yazīd b. Jāber ʿEjlī (d. 777-78), prominent Sufi and ascetic of 8th century.

  • EBRĀHĪM B. ALPTIGIN, ABŪ ESḤĀQ

    Cross-Reference

    See ABŪ ESḤĀQ EBRĀHĪM.

  • EBRĀHĪM B. ESMĀʿĪL

    Sheila S. Blair

    Safavid architect mentioned on two tiles: one in the dome of the tomb of Shaikh ʿAbd-al-Ṣamad at Naṭanz and another, dated 1661-62, in the south wall of the south ayvān of the congregational mosque at Isfahan.

  • EBRĀHĪM B. ḤOSAYN

    Cross-Reference

    See TAHERIDS.

  • EBRĀHĪM B. JARĪR

    Munibur Rahman

    author of a general history called Tārīḵ-e ebrāhīmī or Tārīḵ-e homāyūnī.

  • EBRĀHĪM B. MASʿŪD

    C. Edmund Bosworth

    b. Maḥmūd b. Sebüktegīn, Abu’l-Moẓaffar, Ẓahīr-al-Dawla, Rażī-al-Dīn, etc., Ghaznavid sultan (r. 1059-99). 

  • EBRĀHĪM B. NAṢR

    Cross-Reference

    See BÖRĪ.

  • EBRĀHĪM B. ʿOṮMĀN

    Sheila S. Blair

    Persian metalworker named in the inscription in Kufic script on the copper door knockers removed from a city gate in medieval Ganja (Soviet Kirovabad, Republic of Azerbaijan) and taken to the convent of Gelatʿi in Imeretiya, just east of Kutaisi in Georgia.

  • EBRĀHĪM BEG

    Cross-Reference

    See ZAYN-AL-ʿĀBEDĪN MARĀḠAʾĪ.

  • EBRĀHĪM DEDE ŠĀHEDĪ

    Tahsin Yazici

    Turkish poet and lexicographer.