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  • FARAHVAŠI, Bahrām

    Mahnaz Moazami

    Bahrām Farahvaši was born into a family with a long tradition of literary and scholarly pursuits.  His father, ʿAli Moḥammad Farahvaši (1875-1968), was one of the pioneers of education reform in the early 20th century and established modern schools in Tehran, Zanjan, and Azerbaijan.

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  • FARAJ-E BAʿD AZ ŠEDDAT

    Cross-Reference

    See DEHESTĀNI, ḤOSAYN.

  • FARĀLĀVĪ

    François de Blois

    the conventional reading of the name of an early Persian poet.

  • FARĀMARZ

    Djalal Khaleghi-Motlagh

    son of Iran’s national hero Rostam, and himself a renowned hero of the Iranian national epic whose adventures were very popular, especially during the 10th and 11th centuries.

  • FARĀMARZ, ABŪ MANṢŪR

    Cross-Reference

    See ABŪ MANṢŪR FARĀMARZ.

  • FARĀMARZ-NĀMA

    Djalal Khaleghi-Motlagh

    a Persian epic recounting the adventures of the hero Farāmarz.

  • FARĀMARZĪ, ʿABD-AL-RAḤMĀN

    Mohammad Zarnegar

    (b. Gačūya, 1897; d. Tehran, 1972), an outspoken journalist, writer, educator, Majles deputy, and poet.

  • FARĀMŪŠ-ḴĀNA

    Cross-Reference

    See FREEMASONRY.

  • FARĀNAK

    Cross-reference

    according to the Šāh-nāma, the mother of Ferēdūn; also the name of a wife of Bahrām V Gōr.

  • FARANG, FARANGĪ

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