Table of Contents

  • ḠAMĀM HAMADĀNĪ

    Cross-Reference

    See ḠEMĀM HAMADĀNĪ.

  • GAMASĀB

    Cross-Reference

    See KARḴA RIVER, forthcoming online.

  • GAMBRA

    Cross-Reference

    See BANDAR-e ʿABBĀS(Ī).

  • GAMBRON

    Cross-Reference

    See BANDAR-e ʿABBĀS(Ī).

  • GAMES

    Cross-Reference

    See BĀZĪ.

  • GAN(N)ĀG MĒNŪG

    Cross-Reference

    See AHRIMAN.

  • GANĀVA

    Minu Yusofnezhad

    county (šahrestān) and port city on the Persian Gulf in the province of Būšehr.

  • GANDĀPŪR

    M. Jamil Hanifi

    one of two Šērānī Pashtun/Paxtun tribal segments (the other being the Baḵtīār), who claim origin in southwestern Afghanistan.

  • GANDĀPŪR, ŠĒR MOḤAMMAD KHAN

    M. Jamil Hanifi

    b. Mehrdād Khan b. Āzād Khan, author of the Persian Tawārīḵ-e ḵoršīd-e jahān, an important chronicle containing genealogical accounts and tables of Pashtun/Paxtun tribal groups.

  • GAṆDARƎBA

    Antonio Panaino

    (Mid. Pers. Gandarw/Gandarb), a term attested the Avesta as the name of a monster living in the lake Vourukaṧa.