Mohsen Ashtiany

Mohsen Ashtiany is a research scholar at Columbia University.

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Cover: The <i>History</i> of Beyhaqi: The History of Sultan Mas‘ud of Ghazna, 1030–1041, Volume I: Introduction and Translation of Years 421–423 A.H. (1030–1032 A.D.)The History of Beyhaqi: The History of Sultan Mas‘ud of Ghazna, 1030–1041, Volume I: Introduction and Translation of Years 421–423 A.H. (1030–1032 A.D.)Beyhaqi, Abu’l-FażlPAPERBACK10/10/2011$29.95
Cover: The <i>History</i> of Beyhaqi: The History of Sultan Mas‘ud of Ghazna, 1030–1041, Volume II: Translation of Years 424–432 A.H. (1032–1041 A.D.) and the History of KhwarazmThe History of Beyhaqi: The History of Sultan Mas‘ud of Ghazna, 1030–1041, Volume II: Translation of Years 424–432 A.H. (1032–1041 A.D.) and the History of KhwarazmBeyhaqi, Abu’l-FażlPAPERBACK10/10/2011$29.95
Cover: The <i>History</i> of Beyhaqi: The History of Sultan Mas‘ud of Ghazna, 1030–1041, Volume III: Commentary, Bibliography, and IndexThe History of Beyhaqi: The History of Sultan Mas‘ud of Ghazna, 1030–1041, Volume III: Commentary, Bibliography, and IndexBeyhaqi, Abu’l-FażlPAPERBACK10/10/2011$29.95
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