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Surviving the obscure period of the Middle Ages, the Jews of Kermanshah were not affected by the forced conversions under the Safavids.
Erik S. Ohlander
term for the tattered cloak, robe, or overshirt traditionally worn by the Sufis as a symbol of wayfaring on the mystical path.
(Kešš, Kašš), an important ancient and medieval city, located in the upper Kaškā-daryā valley, now Shahrisabz, Uzbekistan.
the dialect spoken in the village of Keša, near Naṭanz, in Isfahan Province.This Article Has Images/Tables.
J. T. P. de Bruijn
(also vocalized Kasāʾi), 10th-century Persian poet.
Osman G. Özgüdenli
Ḥosayn, Ottoman poet and writer born in Budapest at an unknown date. His divān is the only source of information about his life.
ELTON L. DANIEL
an important early Arabic historical text by Ebn Aʿṯam Kufi (d. 314/926?), which was translated, at least in part, into Persian towards the end of the 6th/12th century.
a Twelver Shiʿite polemical work in Persian produced in Ray in the third quarter of the twelfth century by Qazvini Rāzi.
Sholeh Quinn and Stephen N. Lambden
a major work of Mirzā Ḥosayn-ʿAli Nuri Bahāʾ-Allāh (d. 1892) in defense of the religious claims of Sayyed ʿAli-Moḥammad the Bāb.
(Taj. Kitobḵonai millii Tojikiston), the National Library of Tajikistan, located in Dushanbe and established in 1933. With its 28-stack rooms, the library has a capacity for ten million books. Manuscript holdings span seven centuries (13th-19th centuries) and include the works of outstanding Persian classical authors.