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Encyclopaedia Iranica

 
Author Encyclopaedia Iranica
 
Title of item
Encyclopaedia Iranica
 
Subtitle of item
Selected articles related to Persian culture, religion, philosophy and history
Parent publication   Encyclopaedia Iranica
 
Editor, translator, etc.  
Arjen Bolhuis, comp
 
Publisher of this ed.
New York: Columbia University
Date of this edition 1982-2023
LanguageEnglish
Permission link
Posted 2024-01-31 by Arjen Bolhuis
Classified in Encyclopedia articles
URLbahai-library.com/iranica_collection_encyclopaedia_iranica
Abstract Sorted, categorized collection of links to over 170 articles.
Notes The total Encyclopaedia Iranica currently consists of around 9,000 articles, and is not yet completed. Other articles, more directly related to the Bahá'í Faith, can be found elsewhere at Bahá'í Library Online.

Note that the column "Description and comments" is AI assisted (edited output of questions to ChatGPT 3.5 like "summarize text in maximum 25 words"). Without that it would have been much more time consuming to create.

See other Encyclopaedia Iranica articles linked from this site, and see About the Encyclopaedia Iranica.

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