Volume 3 on Shah âAbbas is a composite work, containing many of the authorâs handwritten corrections and marginalia, making it a fascinating example of the composition of a work in progress. The complete text of 579 folios has been edited by Kioumars Ghereghlou (Columbia University); the publication is accompanied by detailed indexes and a substantial introduction by Kioumars Ghereghlou and Charles Melville (University of Cambridge) on the life and career of Fazl-Allah, the significance of his work and the manuscripts on which it is based. Two-volume set.
About: This substantial and largely unknown Persian chronicle of the reign of Shah âAbbas I (1587-1629) exists in a unique manuscript, recently discovered in the Library of Christâs College, Cambridge.
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