Pahlavi


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Pahlavi

1. Mohammed Reza . 1919--80, shah of Iran (1941--79); forced into exile (1979) during civil unrest following which an Islamic republic was established led by the Ayatollah Khomeini
2. his father, Reza. 1877--1944, shah of Iran (1925--41). Originally an army officer, he gained power by a coup d'état (1921) and was chosen shah by the National Assembly. He reorganized the army and did much to modernize Iran

Pahlavi

 

a dynasty in Iran, in power since Dec. 12, 1925. The shahs of the Pahlavi dynasty have been Reza Shah Pahlavi (1925–41) and Mohammad Reza Shah Pahlavi (since Sept. 16, 1941).

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In conclusion, I have to mention two cases where I find it difficult to follow Weber's interpretation of the Pahlavi cursive adopted in the volume under review.
The author concludes that the emergence of the designation Abest[a.bar]g tul Zand is to be dated between the sixth and ninth century C.E., that is, between the redaction of the Pahlavi translation of the Videvdad, wherein these terms do not occur, and the writing of the Pahlavi Yasna and other Pahlavi compilations of the ninth century, where they do occur (p.
State broadcasting has not been heard reporting anything on its newscast, but it normally only carries news about the Pahlavis that portrays them as wicked or depraved.
After all, the Older Avestan texts consistently denounce the practices of these priests as antithetical to the Good Religion, and Pahlavi literature goes further still, providing stones of how one of their number murdered Zarathustra.
In his new role, Pahlavi will be responsible for strengthening banking relationships with existing clients and for developing new wealth management client relationships.
Vali-Asr was built byAaAeAeA Reza ShahAaAeAeA Pahlavi's order and called Pah Street.
The main problem facing scholars of Pahlavi literature of the ninth-tenth centuries is the dearth of reliable text editions and translations.
His starting point, then, is Pahlavi versions of three of the four </patits/>--</Xwad Patit, Patit i pasemanih (Patit Adurbad), and Patit i murdagan (Patit i ruwanig)--and Pahlavi and Pazand versions of the fourth--</Patit i pasemanih/> II.
Mohammad Reza Pahlavi had been forced to live in exile in the US when his government was overthrown in 1979, but said he wanted to be granted asylum to come to the UK so his children could get a good education.
When Iran's Shi'ite theocracy was set up after the Pahlavi monarchy fell in early 1979, the founder Imam Ruhullah Khomeini had warned that its "Islamic Revolution" could collapse if it was not exported.
Qom-based theologian Hassan Khomeini, the 43-year-old grand-son of the late Imam Ruhullah Khomeini who in 1979 succeeded the Pahlavi shah and later founded the theocracy but died in June 1989, was last week barred from running for a seat in the 88-member Assembly of Experts (AoE) elections due on Feb.
The nuclear option was originally proposed to the Pahlavi monarchy by the US for the same reasons.