Table of Contents

  • QODSI MAŠHADI

    Paul Losensky

    , ḤĀJI MOḤAMMAD JĀN (b. Mashad, ca. 1582; d. Lahore, 1646), Persian poet of the first half of the 17th century.

  • QOFS

    C. E. Bosworth

    the Arabised form of Kufiči, lit. “mountain dweller,” the name of a people of southeastern Iran found in the Islamic historians and geographers of the 10th-11th centuries.

  • QOHESTĀNI, ABU ESḤĀQ

    Farhad Daftary

    Ebrāhim, one of the most prominent Nezāri Ismaʿili dāʿis and authors of the early Anjedān period around the middle of the 15th century in Nezāri history. His sole surviving work is the Haft bāb.

  • Qohrud i. Historical Geography

    Habib Borjian

    mountainous river, village, and district, with attractive architectural monuments; on a caravan station from Kashan to Isfahan.

  • QOM i. History to the Safavid Period

    Andreas Drechsler

    The present town of Qom in Central Iran dates back to ancient times. Its pre-Islamic history can be partially documented.

  • QOM LAKE

    E. Ehlers

    (DARYĀČA-ye QOM, or Qom Basin), also called Daryāča-ye Sāva, one of the interior watersheds in northwestern Persia.

  • QOŠUN

    Nassereddin Parvin

    organ of the Iranian armed forces (qošun, arteš), published in Tehran, 1922-35,  continued as Arteš to 1937.

  • QOṬB-AL-DIN ḤAYDAR ZĀVI

    Tahsin Yazici

    a famous Sufi of Turkish origin.

  • QOṬB-AL-DIN ŠIRĀZI

    Sayyed ʿAbd-Allāh Anwār

    Persian polymath, Sufi, and poet (b. Shiraz, October 1236; d. Tabriz, 7 February 1311).

  • QOTLOḠ TARKĀN ḴĀTUN

    Karin Quade-Reutter

    the ruler of Kerman (R. 1257-83), she was enslaved during childhood and acquired by an old merchant from Isfahan, who raised her as his own daughter and provided her with an excellent education.