Asjadi


Asjadi

Abu Nazar Abdul Aziz ibn Mansur Asjadi was a 10th century and 11th century royal Persian (Tajik) poet of Ghaznavid empire located in Ghazni province of current Afghanistan.

Originating from Merv, and in some accounts Herat, he was a follower of the panegyric school of poetry of Unsuri in Khorasan.

His "Divan" does not remian.

He died in 1040 CE.

References

* Jan Rypka, "History of Iranian Literature". Reidel Publishing Company. ASIN B-000-6BXVT-K

ee also

*List of Persian poets and authors
*Persian literature


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