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  • FARVI DIALECT

    Habib Borjian

    Farvi or Farvigi is the native dialect of Farroḵi, a township in the sub-province of Ḵur o Biābānak on the edge of the Great Persian Desert.

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  • FĀRYĀB

    Daniel Balland

    by the 10th century, one of the towns of the Farighunid princes of Gūzgān, vassals of the Samanids. The medieval name was revived when the high governorate (ḥokūmat-e ʿalā) of Maymana was elevated to the rank of province (welāyat). Its cities, besides Maymana, are Andḵūy and Dawlatābād.

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  • FĀRYĀBĪ, ẒAHĪR-AL-DĪN ABU’L-FAŻL ṬĀHER

    J.T.P. de Bruijn

    b. Moḥammad, twelfth century Persian poet who used Ẓahīr as his pen name.

  • FARYĀD

    Nassereddin Parvin

    the title of seven publications in Persian.

  • FARYŪMAD

    Chahryar Adle

    (modern FARŪMAD), MONUMENTS OF.

  • FARYŪMADĪ, YAMĪN-AL-DĪN

    Cross-Reference

    See EBN YAMĪN.

  • FARZĀD, MASʿŪD

    Ahmad Karimi Hakkak

    Throughout this period, Farzād wrote poetry, mostly within the classical tradition. In 1942 he published a selection of his poems in a volume entitled Waqtī ke šāʿer būdam (When I was a poet). He had also begun work on a new edition of Ḥāfeẓ’s Dīvān, a task which became a life-long labor.

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  • FARZĀN, Sayyed Moḥammad

    EIr

    (b. near Birjand, 1894; d. Bābolsar, 1970), an eminent scholar of classical literature.

  • FASĀ

    Multiple Authors

    a sub-province and a city in Fārs.

  • FASĀ i. Geography and History

    MĪNŪ YŪSOFNEŽĀD and JUDITH LERNER

    The sub-province (šahrestān) of Fasā, with an area of ca. 3,820 km2, is bounded to the north by the šahrestāns of Eṣṭahbān/Estahbān and Shiraz, to the east by Eṣṭahbān and Dārāb, to the south by Dārāb and Jahrom, and to the west by Jahrom and Shiraz.