The Bahman-nama (Persian: بهمن نامه) is a Persian epic poem of 9500 Distichs (couplets) about Bahman, the son of Esfandiyar of the royal Kayanid dynasty. The earliest attestation of this work is in the book Mojmal al-tawarikh, which gives the author as Hakim Īrānšāh b. Abi'l Khayr.
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- W. L. Hanaway, Jr., "BAHMAN-NĀMA" in Encyclopaedia Iranica
- The manuscript reads Iranshan however Bahar believes that this is scribal error and it should be Iranshah. Most scholars have followed his convention
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