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  • FĀRS NEWSPAPER

    Nassereddin Parvin

    name of two newspapers published in Shiraz.

  • FĀRS-NĀMA-YE EBN-E BALḴĪ

    Cross-Reference

    See EBN AL-BALḴĪ.

  • FĀRS-NĀMA-YE NĀṢERĪ

    Heribert Busse; Ahmad Ashraf and Ali Banuazizi

    a history and geography of the province of Fārs, with maps and illustrations, by Mīrzā Ḥasan Fasāʾī (1821-1898). Part two includes topics such as the climate of Fārs, its flora and fauna, agricultural products, the position of Fārs according to longitude and latitude, the problem of cartographic projection.

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  • FARSANG

    Cross-Reference

    See WEIGHTS AND MEASURES.

  • FARŠĒDVARD

    Djalal Khaleghi-Motlagh

    a Kayanian prince in the Iranian legendary history, son of Goštāsp and brother of Esfandīār.

  • FĀRSĪ, ABŪ NAṢR ḤEBBAT-ALLĀH

    Cross-reference

    Official, soldier and poet of the Ghaznavid empire, flourished in the second half of the 5th/11th century during the reigns of the sultans Ebrāhīm b. Masʿūd I and Masʿūd III b. Ebrāhīm. See ABŪ NAṢR FĀRSĪ.

  • FĀRSI, KAMĀL-AL-DIN

    Cross-Reference

    (d. 1320), the most significant figure in optics after Ebn al-Hayṯam. See FĀRESĪ, KAMĀL-AL-DĪN ABU’L-ḤASAN MOḤAMMAD.

  • FĀRSĪMADĀN

    Pierre Oberling

    one of the most important tribes of the Qašqāʾī tribal confederacy.

  • FĀRŪQĪ DYNASTY

    Carl W. Ernst

    of Khandesh, lit. "land of the khans" in present-day Madhya Pradesh (1370-1601). The prosperity of Khandesh depended upon trade and the production of fine textiles. Patronage of Češtī Sufism also was an important element of Fārūqī state policy.

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  • FĀRŪQĪ EBRĀHĪM

    Cross-Reference

    See FARHANG-E EBRĀHĪMĪ.