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Haji Zayn Attar (died c.1403) was a 14th-century Persian physician.
Haji Attar's comprehensive Persian pharmacopoeia of simple and compound remedies, the Ikhtiyarat-i Badi‘i was apparently composed for the Muzaffarid princess Badi‘ al-Jamal, who is named in the title of the treatise but of whom very little is known.
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