Persian (Farsi) alphabet and pronunciation - point of reference for Old Persian of Esther's day (5th century BC).

The Persian language, also known as Farsi, belongs to the Iranian branch of the Indo-Iranian languages. It gets its name from Persia, the former name of Iran. Farsi is spoken by around

The Language of Birds by Farid al-Din Attar. page Habibullah. (Mantiq al-Tayr manuscript), ca. 1600

Mantiq al-Tayr (The Concourse of the Birds ,Conférence des oiseaux, Language of the Birds) Habiballah of Sava (active ca. Poet: Farid al-Din `Attar (ca. lio Reign: Shah `Abbas I Date: ca.

Old Persian Cuneiform used to write Old Persian, the language used in the cuneiform inscriptions of Achaemenian dynasty and the vernacular of the Achaemenian elite. Old Persian was spoken in southwestern Persia, an area known as Persis, and belongs to the Iranian branch or the Indo-Aryan family of languages. (...)

Information about the syllabic cuneiform script used to write the Persian language from about 520 BC

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Part 1 of Significant Words, From "A grammar of the Persian language. To which are subjoined several dialogues; with an alphabetical list of the English and Persian terms of grammar, and an appendix on the use of Arabic words"

Persian Language Infographic http://www.mapsofworld.com/pages/tongues-of-world/infographic/infographic-of-persian/

Educational infographic & data visualisation Persian Language Infographic www. Infographic Description Persian Language Infographic www.

Part 2 of Significant Words, From "A grammar of the Persian language. To which are subjoined several dialogues; with an alphabetical list of the English and Persian terms of grammar, and an appendix on the use of Arabic words"

Part 2 of Significant Words, From "A grammar of the Persian language. To which are subjoined several dialogues; with an alphabetical list of the English and Persian terms of grammar, and an appendix on the use of Arabic words"

Dogs in a market listen to the famous Persian poet Rumi, who praises their attention and understanding. One of many illustrations made in the late 16th century by Turkish artists. I've read little of Rumi's poetry but have admired the bits that I have seen. His poetry and these illustrations make me think of the era when Turkish, Arabic and Persian were flowering languages whose writers produced works we still read today. I do wonder what life was like then.

The Life of Rumi in Rare Islamic Manuscript Paintings from the 1590s

From The Morgan Library’s collection of Islamic manuscript paintings comes this remarkable glimpse of the rare manuscript, which captures the illustrated “life and miracles”" of Rumi with equal parts visual poetry and deep respect.

Participating in Samā˓, RūMī Stops His Ears Against the Cries of the Seljuq Sultan Rukn Al-Dīn Qlich | RūMī Stops His Ears | The Morgan Library & Museum

RūMī Stops His Ears

Participating in Samac, Rumi Stops His Ears Against the Cries of the Seljuq Sultan Rukn Al-Din Qlich, Tarjuma-i Thawaqib-i manaqib (A Translation of Stars of the Legend), in Turkish.

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