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Title

ZARRIN-GABĀ NĀMEH, AN UNKNOWN HEROIC POEM

Writers

AYDENLOO SAJJAD

Pages

 Start Page 7 | End Page 38

Abstract

ZARRIN-GABĀ NĀMEH is one of the unknown EPIC poems, which has been named Asadi’s Shāhnameh, Rostam and Soleymān and Zarrin-gabāye Haft Lashkar in three different manuscripts. Its Shiite poet is unknown and probably wrote the poem in the SAFAVID PERIOD. The events of the story happen during Keykhosrow’s reign in Iran and the life of Soleyman the Prophet. It begins with the arrival of Zarrin-gabā, Soleyman’s messenger, to Iran to call the Iranians to accept the religion of Soleyman. ZARRIN-GABĀ NĀMEHis written in 23533 lines and it is mainly about Rostam and his sons including his grandchild Zarrin-gabā. The structure of these verses is narrative and folkloric.

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