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Fahlavīyāt (or pahlaviyat) is poetry written in dialects of the Pahla (Fahla) region in central Zagros in western Iran, in the period of 9th to 18th centuries AD.[1]

List of authors

The following are some authors whose works are recognized in the general genre of fahlaviyat:

  • Awhadi Maraghai

  • Ayn al-Quzat Hamadani

  • Baba Tahir

  • Safi-ad-din Ardabili

  • Mama 'Esmat Tabrizi

  • Maghrebi Tabrizi

  • Homam Tabrizi

  • Bondar Razi

  • Safinaye Tabriz

See also

  • Pahlavi (disambiguation): the name is derived from the same root


Citation Linkwww.iranicaonline.orgAḥmad Tafażżolī (1999). 'Fahlavīyāt', Encyclopædia Iranica IX: 158-162; updated version available online, accessed April 2017.
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