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داستان سیاوش / 2 جلد

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Hard Cover, 956 pages
Published 1369 by موسسه مطالعات و تحقیقات فرهنگی
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Jun 03, 2015 علی rated it really liked it
Sudabeh is a character in Persian epic Shahname. She is the wife of Key Kavoos shah of Iran and stepmother of prince Siayvash. She is most famous for her role in Siyavash choosing exile. As the story goes, when young Siavash, who was raised by Rostam away from his father’s court, returns, Sudabeh sees him and falls in love. She tricks Siavash into going to her private palace in order to visit his sisters. There she reveals her real intention to him and tries to seduce him. Siavash resists her an ...more
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Alboqasem Ferdowsi (Persian: ابوالقاسم فردوسی), the son of a wealthy land owner, was born in 935 in a small village named Paj near Tus in Khorasan which is situated in today's Razavi Khorasan province in Iran.
He devoted more than 35 years to his great epic, the Shāhnāmeh. It was originally composed for presentation to the Samanid princes of Khorasan, who were the chief instigators of the revival o
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