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Fulad-zereh (Persian: فولادزره Fulâd-zereh) meaning "[possessing] steel armor," is the name of a huge horned demon in the Persian story of Amir Arsalan. He made aerial wanderings and spotted and kidnapped beautiful women, and took them to his lair.
Fulad-zereh's mother, a powerful witch in her own right, used a charm to make Fulad-zereh's body invulnerable to all weapons except the blows of the sword Shamshir-e Zomorrodnegar. At the end of the story, however, both Fulad-zereh and his mother were slain by Zoroastrian God of Spirit, Milad.
- Mohammad-Ali Naqib-al-Mamalek, Amir Arsalan-e Rumi, ed. M. J. Mahjub, Tehran, 1340 sh./1961
- German translation: R. Gelpke as Amir Arsalan: Liebe und Abenteuer des Amir Arsalan, Zurich, 1965