Azartash Azarnoush

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Azartash Azarnoush (Persian: آذرتاش آذرنوش‎, born 1937) is a linguist and scholar of Iran.

Born in 1937 in Qom, he holds two Ph.D degrees from France. He specializes in Arabic literature.

He is a faculty at Imam Sadeq University and Tarbiat Modarres University and has been director of the Arabic department of The Center for the Great Islamic Encyclopedia in Tehran since 1986 [1], and has published over 200 articles in the field of Arabic literature, as well as a few dozen books.

Among his books and publications, one can mention:

  • "A guide to the influence of Persian language in Arabic language" (کتاب راهنمای نفوذ فارسی در فرهنگ و زبان تازی)
  • "A history of Arabic language and culture" (تاریخ زبان و فرهنگ عربی)
  • "A contemporary dictionary of Arabic to Persian" (فرهنگ معاصر عربی به فارسی), which won a Best book award in Iran in 1999.
  • Elements de religions iranienns chez les Arabes a lepopue preilamique, 1976.

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