Eskandar Mirza (Qajar)

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Prince Eskandar Mirza (1810–1856) (Persian: اسکندر میرزا‎) Prince of Persia's Qajar Dynasty, was the son of Abbas Mirza and grandson of Fat'h Ali Shah Qajar. He was governor of Khoy and Salmas 1832-1834 and governor of Qazvin 1848-1852. He died at the age of 46, 1856 in Tabriz. He is the ancestor of Eskandari-Qajar family.

Offspring[edit]

Mohammad Taher Mirza Eskandari, the famous translator of Alexandre Dumas into Persian, such as The Count of Monte Cristo, The Three Musketeers, and Queen Margot

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References[edit]

  • Nava'i, Abdol-hossein (1976). Tarikh-e Azodi.
  • Eskandari-Qajar genealogy, Qajar Pages