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Born into an aristocratic and affluent family, Abu’l-Ḥasan had the good fortune of being raised in an environment fostering love of music and arts. His father, Abu’l-Qāsem Kamāl-al-Salṭana, a medical doctor, was an amateur musician and poet. He descended from a long line of court physicians, known for their artistic talents.This Article Has Images/Tables.
Kuh-e-Sabalān; 4,740 m), the highest and spatially most extended volcano in northwestern Iran.
(1862-1911), MIRZĀ ʿALI-AKBAR ṬĀHERZĀDA, famous Azerbaijani satirist and poet.
(1903-1990), Bahai entrepreneur and industrialist, who rose from humble beginnings to become one of the wealthiest and most influential men in Iran in the late Pahlavi period.
the title of a book by Malek al-Šoʿarā Moḥammad Taqi Bahār first published in 1942.
(Šāpurāḵān, Šāburāḵān, Šāburḵān), one of the books written by Mani (216-274/7 CE), founder of the Manichean religion, in which he summarized his teaching systematically.
"soap." See SOAP.
Carlo G. Cereti
general title of a set of 50 volumes published between 1879 and 1910, all translated into English by some of the leading scholars of the time under the supervision of Friederich Max Müller.This Article Has Images/Tables.
William W. Malandra
At least since the publication of the seminal essay by Henri Hubert and Marcel Mauss much of the discussion has been devoted to a search for what essentially defines sacrifice.
the most important Iranian winter festival, celebrated by kindling fires.