Abdussamad Esfahani

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Tomb of Abdossamad in Natanz, built in 1304CE.

Sheikh Abdussamad Esfahani, (Persian: شیخ عبدالصمد اصفهانی‎‎), also spelled Abdul Samad, 'Abd al-Samad, or Abd-ul-Samad, was a famous Ilkhanid era Sufi of the 13th century.

After his death, a shrine was built in Natanz to honor the Sheikh by the Sheikh's disciple, the Ilkhanid vizier Zayn al-Din Mastari.

He reportedly died in 1299 CE in Natanz.

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