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(b. ca. 1128), b. ʿAlī, Shiʿite vizier of the caliph al-Nāṣer from 1194 to 1195.

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leading family among the Shafeʿites of Nīšāpūr from the late 4th/10th through the early 6th/12th century.

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prominent scholars in Nīšāpūr in the 10th-11th centuries.

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a major Shafiʿite family of Nishapur in the eleventh century.

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Arab traveler, poet, and frequenter of the Buyid court (ca. mid-4th/10th century).

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a distinguished ʿAbbasid general, twice governor of Egypt and once of Khorasan.

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head of the Hashemite propaganda organization (daʿwa) that sparkled the ʿAbbasid revolution and first vizier of the new dynasty.

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the leading aristocratic family of western Khorasan from the 3rd/9th to the 5th/11th century.

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a noted traditionist and local historian, b. 321/933, d. 405/1014.

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A wealthy dehqān from Sabzavār who was prominent as a founder of madrasas in the second decade of the 5th/11th century.

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