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Sections[edit]

Pre-Islamic[edit]

Post-Islamic[edit]

1220-1221 Ibn al-Athir on the Tartar (Mongol) invasions:

1339-40 - Ḥamd-Allāh ibn Abī Bakr Qazvīnī Mustawfi, in his Nuzhat al-qulub:

1757-8 - Mīrzā Muḥammad Mahdī Ḫān “Kawkabī” Astarābād:

Modern (19th and early 20th centuries)[edit]

1824 - The History of Herodotus:

1888 - A Classical Dictionary:

1890 - Russian Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary, states the following in the article called "Azerbeijan":

1901 - Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland:


1911 - Encyclopaedia Britannica, states the following in the article called "Azerbaijan":

Maps[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ On the Tartars by Ibn al-Athir, from Edward G. Browne, A Literary History of Persia, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1902), Vol. II, pp. 427-431.
  2. ^ Nuzhat al-qulūb by Ḥamd-Allāh ibn Abī Bakr Qazvīnī Mustawfi 1339-40, republished in 1919 as The Geographical Part of the Nuzhat-al-qulūb page 24
  3. ^ The History of the Life of Nader Shah Part I Chapter I
  4. ^ The History of Herodotus published in 1824, Vol. 1 page 54
  5. ^ A Classical Dictionary by Charles Anthon, L.L.D. Published 1888 page 231
  6. ^ (in Russian) Brockhaus and Efron Encyclopedic Dictionary. "Azerbeijan". St. Petersburg, Russia, 1890-1907
  7. ^ a b c d Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society of Great Britain and Ireland published in 1902, Chap 3 page 63, Chap 4 page 255-254, Chap 5 page 256
  8. ^ Encyclopaedia Britannica 1911
  9. ^ [1] 1837 Malte-Brun Map of Persia & Arabia (Iraq, Saudi Arabia, Iran, Jordan )
  10. ^ Map showing the region north of Iran's Caucasus border as Georgia