Abdol-samad Mirza Ezz ed-Dowleh Saloor

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Abdol Samad Mirza Ezz ed-Dowleh Saloor (Salour), Tehran, 1889

Abdol-samad Mirza Ezz ed-Dowleh Saloor (Salour) (Persian: عبدالصمد ميرزا عزالدوله سالور‎) (May 1843 – 1929) Persian prince of Qajar Dynasty and fifth son of Mohammad Shah Qajar by his wife, a lady of Turkmen origin.[1] He is the ancestor of Saloor (Salour) family.

He traveled in the company with Naser al-Din Shah, in 1873 on Shah’s visit to Europe. Ezz ed-Dowleh was governor Qazvin and Boroojerd 1874, governor of Hamadan, Malayer, Tuyserkan and Nahavand 1874–1876 and governor of Zanjan 1901–1902. He died in Tehran in 1929 and was buried in Fatima al-Masumeh Shrine in Qom.

Ezz ed-Dowleh was Special Ambassador to the Court of Russia to congratulate Tzar Nicholas II on his accession.[2]

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References[edit]

  • Moayer-ol-Mamalek (1982). Rejale Asre Nasery. Tehran: Nashr-e Tarikh-e Iran. 

External links[edit]

  • Genealogy of Saloor family
  • Maryam Saloor, Iranian Potter, Ceramist and Sculptor, descendant of Ezz ed-Dowleh [1]
  • Nader Ardalan, Iranian architect, descendant of Ezz ed-Dowleh [2]