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Sasan: Sāsān, considered the eponymous ancestor of the Sasanians, was "a great warrior and hunter" and a Zoroastrian high priest in Fars and living sometime near the fall of the Arsacid Empire.

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Google previewThe Cornhill Magazine. Vol. XLVII (1883)

The last but one is called Sasan, a prince of wandering beggars ; the forty-fourth, Winter ; and that before it, The Maid. The third is entitled the Dinar, and the important part played in it by that coin will be seen hereafter. Al Hariri was not the first ...

Google previewGazetteer of the Bombay Presidency: Káthiáwar (1884)

Sasan means punishment in Sanskrit, and probably the name is derived from the fact that in ancient times state prisoners were sent here and to Chhelna in order that they might die quickly from the poisonous quality of the water. In front of this ...

Google previewThe Rajputana Gazetteer (1879)

by Rajputana (Agency)

Sasan lands (sasan is a Sanskrit word signifying • order';). — These lands are granted for charitable purposes, both by the Darbar and by the great jagirdars, for which it is necessary to secure a Raj sanad. Such lands are invariably exempt ...

Google previewThe Cornhill Magazine (1883)

by William Makepeace Thackeray

The last but one is called Sasan, a prince of wandering beggars ; the forty-fourth, Winter ; and that before it, The Maid. The third is entitled the Dinar, and the important part played in it by that coin will be seen hereafter. Al Hariri was not the first ...

Google previewSadeq Hedayat (2007)

His Work and His Wondrous World by Homa Katouzian

Parvin dokhtar-e Sasan is a semi-bilingual text that, as evidenced by its footnotes ,18 partakes of the academic orientalist discourse. It is written in the days when the idealized past appeared real and is strongly colored by nationalistic ...

Google previewThe Heritage of World Civilizations, Teaching and Learning Classroom Edition, Combined Volume (2016)

by CTI Reviews

Kenduli Sasan is a village near the famous temple city of Puri. Kabir: Kabir (also Kabira) (14401518) was a mystic poet and saint of India, whose writings have greatly influenced the Bhakti movement.The nameKabir comesfrom ArabicalKabir ...

Google previewDocumentation in Action (2006)

by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Wife Sasan is a secretary earning ...

Google previewComplete Guide to Documentation (2008)

by Lippincott Williams & Wilkins

Aas health_ Mife Sasan is a secretaryEnvironmental: A/o known environmental hazards ...

Google previewHistorical Dictionary of Ancient India (2009)

by Kumkum Roy

Sites that have yielded these tools include Banahalli, Chirand, Daojali Hading, Eran, Garapadu, Golbai Sasan, Hallur, Kallur, Koldihwa, Kuchai, Mahagara, Malpur, Maski, Mayiladumparai, Mehrgarh, Paiyampalli, Taradih, Tekkalakotta, and T.

Google previewUnited Editors Encyclopedia and Dictionary (1907)

A Library of Universal Knowledge and an Unabridged Dictionary of the English Language ...

SASSANIDAE, sis-sin'é-d", or SASSAN IANS (also SASAN'IDAE--SASAN'IANS): dynasty which succeeded that of the Arsacidae on the throne of Persia (q.v.); named from Sassan, grandfather of the newly elected monarch ARDISHIR ( reigned ...

Google previewBloomsbury Encyclopedia of Popular Music of the World, Volume 10 (2015)

Genres: Middle East and North Africa by David Horn, John Shepherd

(See especially Sasan Fatemi 2005 for descriptions of these venues.) Two factors contributed to this music evolving into a separate genre. The first factor was the commercialization of music generally in the form of the greater availability of ...

Google previewEncyclopedia of Islamic Civilization and Religion (2013)

by Ian Richard Netton

The Sasan family established an empire, the borders of which were in constant flux, but was based for most of its imperial rule in Ctesiphon (in Arabic,. aalMada«in«). They ruled from 224 until AD 651, when the empire ...

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