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  • ḤASAN ṢABBĀḤ

    Farhad Daftary

    prominent Ismaʿili dāʿi  and founder of the medieval Nezāri Ismaʿili state (b. 1050s, d. 1124).

  • ḤASAN ŠIRĀZI

    Hamid Algar

    , MIRZĀ MOḤAMMAD, often referred to as Mirzā-ye Širāzi, leading Shiʿite cleric chiefly renowned for the role he played in the celebrated Tobacco Boycott of 1892 (1814-1895).

  • ḤASAN-ʿALI BEG BESṬĀMI

    Ernest Tucker

    one of Nāder Shah’s closest associates, who held the title moʿayyer al-mamālek or “chief assayer” and played an important advisory role throughout Nāder’s reign.

  • ḤASAN-ʿALI MIRZĀ ŠOJĀʿ-AL-ṢALṬANA

    cross-reference

    See ŠOJĀʿ-AL-ṢALṬANA, ḤASAN-ʿALI MIRZĀ.

  • ḤASAN-E ḠAZNAVI

    Julie Scott Meisami

    , SAYYED EMĀM AŠRAF ḤASAN B. MOḤAMMAD ḤOSAYNI, poet chiefly associated with the court of the Ghaznavid ruler Bahrāmšāh (d. ca. 1161).

  • ḤASANI, ABU’L-ʿABBĀS AḤMAD B. EBRĀHIM

    Wilferd Madelung

    Zaydi scholar from Āmol in Ṭabarestān, who flourished in the first half of the 3rd/9th century and taught three Caspian Zaydi imams.

  • ḤASANLU TEPPE

    Robert H. Dyson, Jr

    archeological site in West Azerbaijan Province in northwest Persia, a short distance southwest of Lake Urmia (former Reżāʾiya). OVERVIEW of the entry: i. The site. ii. The golden bowl.

  • ḤASANLU TEPPE i. THE SITE

    Robert H. Dyson, Jr

    The Qadar River rises to the west in the Zagros on the Assyrian frontier near the ancient Urartian city of Musasir. Its eastern end drains into marshes north of the modern town of Mahābād, which lies northwest of the ancient country of Mannai.

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  • ḤASANLU TEPPE ii. THE GOLDEN BOWL

    Robert H. Dyson, Jr

    The “gold bowl of Ḥasanlu” was found in the debris of Burned Building I West on the Citadel Mound at Ḥasanlu in 1958. It had fallen into room 9 in the southeastern corner of the building.

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  • ḤASANVAND

    Pierre Oberling

    a Lor tribe of the Piškuh region in Lorestān. In the 1870s it numbered some 2,500 families distributed among 16 tiras.