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Iran in Al-avā ʼ el of Abū-Helā l ʻ Askari

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 Start Page 89 | End Page 105

Abstract

 Abū-Helā l ʻ; Askari, is a scholar with Iranian root, who was born in the fourth century A. H. in Xū zestā n. He, like many other Iranian authors of his age, chose to write his works in Arabic. Al-avā; ʼ; el is the title of his historic-literary book on ethnic groups, and its ninth chapter is dedicated to the "ʻ ajam", with outstanding reports on pre-Islamic-specifically the Sassanid-era. His Iranian origin and acquaintance with the Persian language, led to valuable considerations on the meaning and origin of some words such as Mehmā n and Mehregā n. Al-avā; ʼ; el, including valuable unique accounts on Iran, outranks other literary and historical works in Persian or Arabic. According to the studies, researchers' unfamiliarity with Al-avā; ʼ; el has resulted in its oblivion; therefore, in this paper firstly elx101/fa?page=1&sort=1&ftyp=all&fgrp=all&fyrs=all" target="_blank">Abu-Helā; l is introduced, then those accounts of the book which are related to Iran are translated, studied, and explained.

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