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Abolfazl Beyhaghi (995-1077; Abd ul-Fazl Mohammad Ibn Hossein Beyhaği) was an Iranian historian and author.
Beyhaghi was born in the village Haares-Abad of Beyhagh in Khorasan Province.
After the retirement in 1058, Beyhaghi started the editing of his daily notes and historical data and published them in a book, named it "Tarikh-e Mas'oudi".
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The wealth brought back to Ghazni was enormous, and contemporary historians (e.g.
Abolfazl Beyhaghi, Ferdowsi) give glowing descriptions of the magnificence of the capital, as well as of the conquerors munificent support of literature.
Mahmud died in 1030, and his son Mas'ud was unable to control the conquered lands and lost the Battle of Dandanqan in 1040.
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Abolfazl Beyhaghi (995-1077; Abd ul-Fazl Mohammad Ibn Hossein Beyhaği) was an Iranian historian and author.
Beyhaghi was born in the village Haares-Abad of Beyhagh in Khorasan Province.
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Abolfazl Beyhaghi ((additional info and facts about 995) 995-1077; Abd ul-Fazl Mohammad Ibn Hossein Beyhaği) was an (A theocratic islamic republic in the Middle East in western Asia; Iran was the core of the ancient empire that was known as Persia until 1935; rich in oil; involved in state-sponsored terrorism) Iranian historian and author.
Beyhaghi was born in the village Haares-Abad of Beyhagh in (additional info and facts about Khorasan Province) Khorasan Province.
After the retirement in 1058, Beyhaghi started the editing of his daily notes and historical data and published them in a book, named it "Tarikh-e Mas'oudi".
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Abolfazl Beyhaghi (995-1077; Ibn Zeyd ibn Muhammad Abul-Fazl Mohammad ibn Hossein ibn Soleyman Ayyoub Ansari Evesi Khazimi Beyhaği Shafe'i), also known as "ibn Fanduq", was a Persian historian and author.
He wrote the famous work of Persian literature Tarikh-e Mas'oudi ("Masoudian History", also known as "Tarikh-e Beyhaghi").
Beyhaghi was born in the village Haares-Abad of Beyhagh in Khorasan Province near Sabzevar.
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