Ali Akbar Isfahani
Ali Akbar Isfahani (Persian: علی اکبر معمار اصفهانی) was a 17th century Persian architect of the Safavid era. He is best known for the Shah Mosque commissioned by Shah Abbas and built in 1611–1631. His name appears in an inscription in the mosque above the doorway of the entrance iwan complex of the mosque.
- "برشی از زندگی علیاکبر اصفهانی؛ معمار شاخص دوره صفویه". پایگاه خبری وزارت راه و شهرسازی (in Persian). ILNA. 15 September 2016. Retrieved 20 April 2017.
- Lonely Planet Iran. Lonely Planet.
- Kishwar Rizvi (ed.). Affect, Emotion, and Subjectivity in Early Modern Muslim Empires. Brill. pp. 29–30. ISBN 9789004352841.
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