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Jami al-Tawarikh Manuscript on Display at Golestan Palace

Jami al-Tawarikh Manuscript  on Display at Golestan PalaceJami al-Tawarikh Manuscript  on Display at Golestan Palace

A 400-year-old copy of Jāmi al-Tawārīkh, the compendium of chronicles written by historian, physician ad statesman of Ilkhanate-ruled Iran Rashid al-Din Fazlullah Hamedani (1247-1318), is on public display for the first time.
The literary and historic work kept in Golestan Palace in south Tehran is open to the public from Wednesday for 10 days, ISNA reported.
Considered the most important single source of Ilkhanate history and the Mongol Empire, the book found its way to the UNESCO Memory of the World International Register after a meeting at the UN cultural agency in Paris in October 2017.

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