Ferdowsi


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Fer·dow·si

 (fĕr-dou′sē)
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The first, "The Poet and His Poetry," contains three chapters: "The Authority of Ferdowsi the Poet," "The Authority of Ferdowsi's Shahnama," and "Ferdowsi's Oral Poetic Heritage.
He paved the way for the great Ferdowsi, who included Daqiqi's verses in his own Shah-nameh ("Book of Kings").
Prof Mojtaba Maghsudi of Iran's State University said Ferdowsi had become a way of life for the Iranian people.
Meshkinfam said POGC also planned to develop Farzad A, Farzad B, Golshan and Ferdowsi oil fields in the near future.
News ranking last year; three more--University of Tabriz, Ferdowsi University of Mashhad, and Shahid Beheshti University of Medical Sciences-made the listing for the first time this year.
Ferdowsi exhibits his power in poetry by creating innovative content, new similes and examples and playing with words.
A total of 18 heavy and additional heavy oilfields have so far been found in Iran, such as Ferdowsi oil field in the Persian Gulf, which is one of the nation s largest heavy oil fields with confirmed reserves of more than 31bln barrels.
Obama further joked about Curiosity's flight director, Bobak Ferdowsi, who has become something of an Internet sensation because of his mohawk hairdo.
A total of 18 heavy and extra heavy oil fields have so far been discovered in Iran, including Ferdowsi oil field in the Persian Gulf, which is one of the country's biggest heavy oil fields with proven reserves of more than 31 billion barrels.
KARACHI, February 22, 2012 (Balochistan Times): International Master Mahmood Lodhi finished joint 16th with nine other players in the 2nd Ferdowsi International Open Chess Tournament which concluded in Mashhad (Iran), according to information received by Pakistan Mind Sports Association on Tuesday.
1) The so-called "older preface to the Shahnameh" has been identified as the preface to this translation (and as the only portion of the work to have survived); this is taken as confirmatory evidence of the existence of the translation, of its availability as a source for Ferdowsi, and of Ferdowsi's dependence on it when he was writing the Shahnameh.
According to `Aruzi, Ferdowsi was a dehqan ("landowner").