Shiraz; Persian city of saints and poets. by Arthur John Arberry

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Published by University of Oklahoma Press in Norman .

Written in English

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Places:

  • Shīrāz (Iran)

Subjects:

  • Shīrāz (Iran) -- History

Edition Notes

Bibliography: p. 172-174.

Book details

SeriesThe Centers of civilization series
Classifications
LC ClassificationsDS325.S52 A78
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 177 p.
Number of Pages177
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL5796581M
LC Control Number60008752
OCLC/WorldCa945030

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Shiraz, Madinat Al Awlia'a wal Shoura'a -bk a translation into Arabic of the book: Shiraz, Persian City of Saints and Poets, by Arthur J. Arberry, Norman university of Oklahoma, SHIRAZ. HISTORY TO The city of Shiraz has been the capital of the province of Fārs since the Islamic conquest, succeeding Eṣṭaḵr of the Sasanian period and Persepolis of the Achaemenid days.

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