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Hafez
by Margaret L. Caton
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Mortezá Varzi came from an artistically inclined family and developed his interest and knowledge in music through association with important musicians of his day. He studied the kamanche with Asghar Bahari, the acknowledged master of that instrument. Varzi...

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Half the World
by Stephen P. Blake
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Social architecture is a theoretical approach that takes the city itself as a text. In the anthropologist’s Clifford Gertz’s words the cityscape is “a story people tell themselves about themselves.” The built environment reflects the social system and the...

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Heritage of Persia
by Richard N. Frye
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The civilization of ancient Persia was among the most splendid, powerful and long lasting of the great historical cultures. But our knowledge of it is all too often confined to a few masterpieces of early Persian art and the Persians' role of Goliath to the...

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Sistan, a land now on the borders of Afghanistan and Iran, was ruled in the 9th and 10th centuries by the Saffarids, a dynasty of freebooters of lowly origin who carved out a kingdom from eastern Iranian lands that the declining Abbasid caliphate could no...

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History of Shah ‘Abbas the Great (Vol. I)
[Tarikh-e ‘Alamara-ye ‘Abbasi], by Eskandar Beg Monshi
by Roger M. Savory
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The importance of Safaivd period (1501-1736) in the history of Iran [Persia] has been increasingly recognized in recent years by scholars both in Iran and in the West. In 1501, the Safavids established the first native dynasty to rule over the whole of Iran...

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History of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution, Volume One
[Tarikh-e Mashrute-ye Iran], translated from the Persian by Evan Siegel
by Ahmad Kasravi
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By the dawn of the twentieth century, Iran was sinking deeper into crisis. It was losing its economic and political independence to the Russian and British empires as a profligate absolute monarchy threw the country ever deeper into debt. A few...

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History of the Iranian Constitutional Revolution, Volumes Two and Three
[Tarikh-e Mashrute-ye Iran], Based on a translation from the Persian by Evan Siegel
by Ahmad Kasravi
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This is the second and final installment of this book. By the dawn of the twentieth century, Iran was sinking deeper into crisis. It was losing its economic and political independence to the Russian and British empires as a profligate absolute monarchy...

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History of the Wars (1721-1738)
By Abraham of Erevan
by George A. Bournoutian
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History of the Wars by Abraham of Erevan, published for the first time in English, is one of the few non-Persian primary sources on the history of Persia (Iran) and Transcaucasia in the first half of the eighteenth-century. It details the Afghan and Ottoman...

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History of Vardapet Arak‘el of Tabriz, Vol. I
(Patmut‘iwn Arak‘el Vardapeti Dawrizhets‘woy)
by George A. Bournoutian
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Vardapet Arak‘el of Tabriz (d. 1670). The History of Father Arak‘el is the most important Armenian primary source dealing with contemporary events that occurred in Iran, Armenia, Ottoman Empire, and Georgia from 1602 to 1662. It describes the Jelali Revolt;...

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History of Vardapet Arak‘el of Tabriz, Vol. II
(Patmut‘iwn Arak‘el Vardapeti Dawrizhets‘woy)
by George A. Bournoutian
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The History or Book of Histories by Arak‘el of Tabriz is the most important seventeenth-century Armenian source on the history of Persia and Armenia. Volume II ends in the year 1668 and deals with the establishment of important monastic schools in Armenia,...

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