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Judeo-Persian weekly newspaper published in Tehran between 1920 and 1923.
HAAS, WILLIAM S.
(1883-1956), German-born Iranist, advisor to the Iranian ministry of education and a pioneer of Iranian studies in the United States.
ḤABAQUQ, TOMB OF
This brick monument, the overall shape of which is comparable with the tomb of Amir Timur in Samarqand, consists essentially of an octagonal tower topped by a conical roof. Each of the eight sides of the roughly 7 meter high tower is embellished with the design of an inset arch.This Article Has Images/Tables.
Persian-language weekly newspaper published in Kabul, 1929 replacing Amān-e afḡān at the time of Bačča-ye Saqqā.
(1835-93), MIRZĀ, Iranian poet, grammarian, and translator, who spent much of his life in exile in Ottoman Turkey; noted for his Persian grammar, Dastur-e Soḵan, regarded as the first systematic grammar of the Persian language and a model for many later works.This Article Has Images/Tables.
Ludwig W. Adamec
(1872-1919), Amir, monarch who initiated modernization in Afghanistan.
(1850-1909), Hājj Mirzā, an enlightened religious scholar of Mašhad and a poet.
(1587-1628), one of the more conservative artists active during the reign of Shah ʿAbbās I (r. 1587-1628). All we know about him, besides his paintings, is the brief note by his contemporary Qāżi Aḥmad, who, writing in 1596, referred to him as a masterful artist distinguished among his peers.This Article Has Images/Tables.
See MOʿALLEM ḤABIBĀBĀDI.
Ludwig W. Adamec
an elite high school for boys established in 1903 in Kabul and named after its founder, Amir Ḥabib-Allāh.