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  • GILANENTZ CHRONICLE

    Ina Baghdiantz McCabe

    a compendium of reports collated as a journal by Petros di Sarkis Gilanentz (Gilanencʿ), which constitutes an important source for the history of events in Transcaucasia and Persia during the period March 1722 to August 1723, notably the Afghan invasion and siege of Isfahan.

  • GĪLĀNŠĀH

    Cross-Reference

    See ONṢOR-AL-MAʿĀLĪ.

  • GĪLĀS

    Cross-Reference

    See CHERRY.

  • GILCHRIST, JOHN BORTHWICK

    John R. Perry

    (1759-1841), physician, Indologist, and teacher of Persian and Urdu who pioneered the Western study and teaching of modern Indian languages in British India.

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  • ḠILZĪ

    M. Jamil Hanifi

    or ḠALZĪ, one of three major Pashtun/Paxtun tribal confederations in Afghanistan.

  • GINDAROS

    Erich Kettenhofen

    present-day Jendīres, a town in the ancient region of Cyrrhestike in Syria.

  • GIŌNI

    Colin MacKinnon

    or Giāni; a Persian dialect of the Northern Lor type, spoken in the village of Giān/Giō, 12 km west of the city of Nehāvand.

  • GISTĀN QARA

    Cross-Reference

    b. Jani Beg. See KISTĀN QARĀ b. Jani Beg.

  • GISU-DARĀZ

    Richard M. Eaton

    or Gēsu-darāz (b. Delhi, 1321; d. Gulbarga, 1422), the popular title of Sayyed MOḤAMMAD b. Yusof Ḥosayni, the most important transmitter of Sufi traditions from North India to the Deccan plateau.

  • GITI

    Nassereddin Parvin

    a leftist daily paper published from 24 June 1943 to December 1943 by Ḵalil Enqelāb Āḏar as the official organ of the Workers union.