اخبار ولاة خراسان = History (Akhbar) of the governors of Khurasan / للسلامي ابى على حسين بن احمد [و دو نفر ديگر] ؛ پژوهش و باز‌سازى، محمد على کاظم‌بيکى ؛ مدى توليد، محمد باهر.

Akhbār wulāt Khurāsān = History (Akhbar) of the governors of Khurasan / Lil-Sallāmī Abī ʻAlī Ḥusayn ibn Aḥmad [and two others] ; pizhūhish va bāzʹsāzī, Muḥammad ʻAlī Kāẓimʹbaykī ; mudī-i tawlīd, Muḥammad Bāhir.

Author
Format
Book
Language
Arabic
Εdition
  • Chāp-i avval.
  • چاپ اول.
Published/​Created
  • Tihrān : Markaz-i Pizhūhishī-i Mīrās̲-i Maktūb, 2011.
  • تهران : مرکز پژوهشى ميراث مکتوب، 2011.
Description
20, 271, 9 pages ; 24 cm.

Details

Subject(s)
Publisher
Author
Editor
Series
  • Mīrās̲-i Maktūb ; 221. Bāzʹsāzī-i mutūn ; 1
  • ميراث مکتوب ؛ 221. باز‌سازى متون ؛ 1
Summary note
"According to the evidence found in later books, Akbār wulāt Khurāsān gave accounts of the local events of this province up to the year 344/955. But this does not mean that the book was written by a single author or the local events were recounted up to the death of the author. As evidence suggest, it is safer to say the Akbār wulāt Khurāsān was the product of two consective generations of Sallāmī historians who were originally from Khwār, in the suburbs of Bayhaq. The writing of Akbār wulāt Khurāsān was started by Abulḥusayn ʻAli b. Aḥmad Sallāmī (d. 300/912) who should be considered the pioneer of local historiography in Iran. The book covered the events of Khurāsān up to the year 289/902. His educated brother, Abū ʻAlī Ḥusayn b. Aḥmad Sallāmī, continued the work."--English introduction.
Bibliographic references
Includes bibliographical references (pages 261-271) and index.
Language note
In Arabic; introduction in English and Persian.
Place name(s)
Iran Tehran.
Other title(s)
History (Akhbar) of the governors of Khurasan
ISBN
  • 9786002030177
  • 6002030174
LCCN
2011329166
OCLC
902985111
RCP
H - O
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