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Tahirih the Pure (1817 - 1852)

Fatima Begum Zarin Tajj Umm Salmih Baraghani Qazvini aka Tahirih Qurra'tul-'Ayn. Tahirih (the pure) Qurrat'ul- Ayn (solace of the eyes). Iranian female poet, firebrand 
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mihir mardan artsruni (b. - 755)

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Surkhab II artsruni (b. - 772)

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Sharwin I artsruni (b. - 797)

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'Abu l'Malik (b. - 867)

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Shahriyar artsruni (b. - 825)

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Abu ''Melik "Isaac ben Qarin" (deceased)

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Surhab (deceased)

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Rustam (deceased)

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Sharwin (deceased)

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Shahriyar (deceased)

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Rustam (deceased)

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Dara (deceased)

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Shahriyar (deceased)

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Surhab (deceased)

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Karin (deceased)

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Dara (deceased)

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Rustam (deceased)

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Kinhwan (deceased)

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Kinhwan (deceased)

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Ardasir (deceased)

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Shahriyar MP (deceased)

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Yazdegird MP (deceased)

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Kay Khusraw (deceased)

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Hasan (deceased)

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Kaus (deceased)

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Kayomart (deceased)

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Kaus (deceased)

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Jahangir (deceased)

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Kayomart (deceased)

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Muhammad (deceased)

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Amir Hamza (deceased)

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Kamran Shah (deceased)

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Seyh Fadi (deceased)

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Malik Bayinder Han (deceased)

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Shahriyar Hasan (deceased)

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Aqa Fakhr (deceased)

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Hji Muhammad Rida Big (deceased)

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Abbas Khan (deceased)

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Rida Quli Big (deceased)

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Sassanid Princess Dara-Izdadwar MP (c.595 - c.651)

According to one account, the Caliph Omar (father-in-law of Muhammad) confirmed Bustanai as Exilarch of the Jews after the Arabian conquest of Persia, and gave Bustanai the daughter of Chosroes II as h...

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Hisdai Shahrijar "Sheshna" ben Bustanai, Exilarch & Gaon of Sura MP (c.645 - c.717)

Exilarchs Exilark av judarna i Bagdad 660-665. Exilarch was the title given to the head of the Babylonian Jews, who, from the time of the Babylonian exile, were designated by the term "golah" (se...

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Hananya "Bustenai" ben Haninai, Exilarch & Gaon of Pumbeditha MP (c.589 - 638)

Bostanai was the first exilarch under Arabian rule; he flourished about the middle of the seventh century. He was the son of the exilarch Hananiah. Hai Gaon, in "Sha'are Ẓedeḳ," p. 3a, ...

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Mírzá Mihdí MP (deceased)

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Mírzá Muhammad `Alí ‎ (deceased)

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Fatimah Bahíyyih, the Greatest Holy Leaf. MP (deceased)

Bahiyyih Khánu (1846 – July 15, 1932) the only daughter of Bahá'u'lláh, the founder of the Bahá'í Faith, and Ásíyih Khánum. She was born i...

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`Abdu'l-Bahá ‎ (deceased)

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Khadíjih Nuri (deceased)

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Mirza Buzurg, the Vizier MP (deceased)

Mírzá Buzurg, served as vizier to Imám-Virdi Mírzá, the twelfth son of Fat′h Ali Shah Qajar. Mírzá Buzurg was later appointed governor of Burujir...

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Bahá'u'lláh Mirza Husayn Ali Nuri MP (1817 - 1892)

Bahá'u'lláh was born on 12 November 1817, in Tehran, the capital of Persia (Iran) and was the founder of the Baha'i Faith, which is the youngest of the world's independent monotheistic re...

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