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  • JAHĀNGAŠT

    cross-reference

     See BOḴĀRI, SHAIKH JALĀL-AL-DIN.

  • JAHĀNGIR

    Lisa Balabanlilar

    the fourth Mughal emperor, the first of his dynasty to have been born in India (1569-1627).

  • JAHĀNGIR KHAN ŠIRĀZI

    cross-reference

    See ṢUR-E ESRĀFIL.

  • JAHĀNGOŠĀ-YE JOVAYNI

    Charles Melville

    , TĀRIḴ-E,  title of the history of the Mongols composed in 1252-60 by the Il-khanid Persian vizier, ʿAlāʾ-al-Din Abu’l-Moẓaffar ʿAṭā-Malek Jovayni.

  • JAHĀNGOŠĀ-YE NĀDERI

    Ernest Tucker

    , TĀRIḴ-E (or Tāriḵ-e nāderi), one of the most important chronicles of the reign of Nāder Shah Afšār (r. 1736-47) by his court secretary, Mirzā Moḥammad-Mahdi Khan EEstrābādi/Astarābādi.

  • JAHĀNŠĀH QARĀ QOYUNLU

    Cross-Reference

    See QARĀ QOYUNLU DYNASTY. Forthcoming.

  • JĀḤEẒ

    Michael Cooperson

    , ABU ʿOṮMĀN ʿAMR B. BAḤR (b. ca. 776; d. 868-9), the leading Arabic prose writer of the 9th century.

  • JAHM B. ṢAFWĀN

    Joseph van Ess

    , ABU MOḤREZ, Islamic theologian of the Umayyad period (d. 746). Documentation about him is scarce and not entirely reliable.

  • JAHN, KARL EMIL OSKAR

    J. T. P. DE Bruijn

    (1906-1985), Czech orientalist who specialized in Central Asian history, Persian historiography, and Turcology.

  • JAHROM

    SHIVA JA’FARI

    city and sub-province (šahrestān) in central Fārs Province, covering an area of 4,517 sq. km.