Emrānī (or Imrānī; 1454–1536) was a Judæo-Persian poet, being "one of the most prominent Jewish poets of Iran". Emrānī was inspired by the earlier poet Shāhīn to choose "as his field the post-Mosaic era from Joshua to the period of David and Solomon".
His major work, Fatḥ-Nameh ("The Book of the Conquest," begun in 1474, unfinished), describes in poetry "the events of the biblical books of Joshua, Ruth, and Samuel". Emrānī's last great work, Ganj-Nameh ("The Book of the Treasures"), is "a free poetic paraphrase of and commentary on the mishnaic treatise Avot".
- Fatḥ-Nameh ("The Book of the Conquest," begun in 1474, unfinished)
- Ganj-Nameh ("The Book of the Treasures", completed in 1536)
- Yeroushalmi, David (1995), The Judeo-Persian poet ʻEmrānī and his "Book of treasure": ʻEmrānī's Ganǰ-nāme, a versified commentary on the Mishnaic tractate Abot, Brill Publishers, ISBN 978-90-04-10301-6
- Yeroushalmi, David. "EMRĀNĪ". Encyclopaedia Iranica. Retrieved 2 April 2017.
- Jewish Virtual Library, JUDEO-PERSIAN
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