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Among the topics are belief and unbelief in Shi'i thought, Christian-Muslim relations in the Indian subcontinent, Persian poet Abu l-Qasim Firdawsi (329-411/940-1020) and the Shahnama (Book of Kings), art and architecture in Homs, and al-Andalus poet and man of letters Ibn 'Abd Rabbih (246-328\860-940).
Stoneman's own contribution, "Persian Aspects of the Romance Tradition," shows that motifs known from Alexander stories circulated in Persian literature not only after, but also independently of Firdawsi and Nizami-- he mentions Hamza (pp.
According to Firdawsi, Hushang ruled justly and constructively, he discovered iron, and set out to devise different metal tools.
Among the noteworthy exhibits in "Gifts of the Sultan" that can be securely linked to key events is the mammoth illustrated Shahnama (Book of Kings) by the poet Firdawsi, fashioned for the Safavid ruler Shah Tahmasp and given to the Ottoman sultan Selim II two years after his accession in 1566.
From Firdawsi to Sa'adi, Cambridge University Press, 1906 and 1964, pp.
He had lived for seven hundred years," the epic 10th-century poem written by Abulqasem Firdawsi says of one of the most magnificent and beneficent of kings,.
Abul-Qasim Firdawsi started composing the Shahnameh sometime around 975, a time of an emerging Persian renaissance.
El Simurgh (15) es un ave gigantesca que adquiere su mayor protagonismo en el Shahnameh (Libro de los Reyes), la epopeya persa de Firdawsi (935-1020).
It would not be improper to conclude this chapter with Arbela's words:"When we say that poets and writers are close to their peoples and that they are connected with the people and the masses we have to mention immediately the names of three poets: The Iranian Firdawsi, the Georgian Rustaveli and the Kurd Ahmad-I Khani" (49).
This myth was written before the Common Era by Persian bard Alboqasem Firdawsi (also spelled Firdausi), whose Shah Namaha (Book of Kings) is still known by children on the streets of Tehran.