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  • JAMĀL-AL-DIN ʿASADĀBĀDI

    cross-reference

    See AFGANI, JAMĀL-AL-DIN.

  • JAMĀL-AL-DIN MOḤAMMAD EṢFAHĀNI

    D. DURAND-GUÉDY

    poet and painter of the second half of the 12th century.

  • JAMĀLI ṢUFI

    Maryam Ekhtiari

    , PIR YAḤYĀ, calligrapher of the mid-8th/14th century who worked in Shiraz in the 740s/1340s.

  • JAMĀLI, ḤĀMED B. FAŻL-ALLĀH

    A. A. Seyed-Gohrab

    Persian-speaking Indian poet (b. Delhi, ca. 862/1457; d. Gujarat, 942/1535).

  • JAMALZADEH, MOHAMMAD-ALI

    Multiple Authors

    prominent Iranian intellectual, a pioneer of modern Persian prose fiction and of the genre of the short story (1892-1997).

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  • JAMALZADEH, MOHAMMAD-ALI i. Life

    Nahid Mozaffari

    (b. Isfahan, 1892; d. Geneva, 1997) Mohammad-Ali, was a writer, researcher, and translator. Influenced by his father as a defender of freedom and social justice, Jamalzadeh was among the youngest members of the opposition group against the British and Russian interference in Iran. He established the Persian journal Kāveh.

  • JAMALZADEH, MOHAMMAD-ALI ii. Work

    Hassan Kamshad and Nahid Mozaffari

    Jamalzadeh, an innovator of the modern literary language, was the first to introduce the techniques of European short-story writing in Persian literature.

  • JAMALZADEH, MOHAMMAD-ALI iii. Bibliography

    Nahid Mozaffari

    a bibliography of Jamalzadeh’s work.

  • JĀMĀSP

    Jamsheed K. Choksy, Nikolaus Schindel

    Sasanian king. He ascended to the throne in 496 (or possibly early 497) when his brother, the king of kings Kawād I, was deposed.  Jāmāsp, like Kawād, was a son of the Sasanian ruler Pērōz (r. 459-84).  

  • Jāmāsp i. REIGN

    JAMSHEED K. CHOKSY

    Jāmāsp or Zāmāsp (Middle Persian yʾmʾsp, zʾmʾsp; Greek Zamásphēs; Arabic Jāmāsb, Zāmāsb, Zāmāsf; New Persian Jāmāsp, Zāmāsp) ascended to the Sasanian throne in 496.