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i. In Zoroastrianism. ii. In Manicheism. iii. In Persian.
François De Blois
i. IN THE NEAR EAST
Michael B. Charles
ii. IN THE SASANIAN ARMY
the largest island in the Nile, opposite Syene.
F. R. C. Bagley
(1893-1970), British historian of medicine in Persia.
See ELĪJĀ BAR ŠĪNĀJĀ.
(b. in Sütlüce, May 1850; d. 4 December 1926), Turkish poet and scholar.
(975-1049) prominent Nestorian polyhistor. 975-1049). His work is an important source for Sasanian history. In 1002 he was made bishop of Bēṯ Nuhādrē in Adiabene, and in 1008 metropolitan of Nisibis (Naṣībīn). He wrote in Syriac and Arabic on theological issues.This Article Has Images/Tables.
(1880-1951), an active figure in Persian and Armenian politics, the press, and literature.
Robert W. Thomson
or Elisaeus, fifth century author of the History of Vardan and the Armenian War, a detailed account of the Armenian rebellion against Yazdegerd II in 450, which was prompted by his persecution of their Christian faith.