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Revisiting the question of literary patronage under the early Safavids
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Theodore S. Beers
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The production and transmission of knowledge in Islamicate courts of the middle and early modern periods / edited by Christian Mauder

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112-142
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31 pages
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10.1163/2212943x-12340005

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Revisiting the question of literary patronage under the early Safavids / Theodore S. Beers. — 31 pages. — Bibliographical notes, bibliography. — Article identifier DOI 10.1163/2212943x-12340005

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Revisiting the question of literary patronage under the early Safavids / Theodore S. Beers

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Bibliographical notes, bibliography

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Title

Revisiting the question of literary patronage under the early Safavids

Author

Beers, Theodore S.

Date
2023 Gregorian
Edition in English
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Bibliographical notes

Bibliography: Pages 139-142