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AsferáIín: so, according to the Arabic manner, is pronounced Asperaiín. The people of this place, for the greater number, used shields in battle; and on this account acquired the name (from “siper,” a shield)

AsFiJÁB (ISFIJAB), a place of Turkestan, on the borders of Seknák

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Asván, in the Sâid of Egypt 62 0

Istakhr, in the province of Fárs

88 30 Isfahán, in the province of Irák Âjem

86 40 Almálích, a place of the Aighúr (or Oighúr) country in Turkestan *

. 1090 ALAHábád, in India

. 106 30 Amlák, a country of Túrán 101 15

ANDEJÁN, in Farghánah, a province of Túrán

102 0 Antakiah, in Shám (or Syria), but according to some in Rúm 71 36

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Respecting the situation of Almálígh, our author, Sadik Isfaháni, differs considerably from the more ancient geogra

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phers, Nasir Túsi and Ulugh Beig, who place it in long. 102-30, lat. 44-0. (See Hudson's Minor Geographers, vol. iii.)

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OUDEH, in India

106 45 47 15 Oush, a place of Fargháneh in Turkestan

102 20 48 30 ÍCH, (equivalent in rhyme to Zích,) a town four farsangs from Shiraz

88 30 37 30 AsTeRÁBÁD, * a city which is the capital of Jurján

89 30 37 30 Osrúshnah, a place of Fargháneh in Turkestán

105 0 40 0 Ispezár, a place between Herát and Ferah

95 45 34 0 ISKANDERÍAH (Alexandria) 61 54 30 58

Asíút, a place of the Sâid in Egypt

62 0 34 0 Istahbonát, a place of Shebánkáreh in Fárs

89 0 37 44 AKBERNAGAR, in Bengál; called also Rájmahl

121 0 35 0 ALAMÚT, a fortress in the territory of Kazvin : according to some it is situated in Irák, and several reckon it as belonging to the province of Dílmán

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• Or Istárbád. Respecting the pronunciation of this name, see the note on “ Jajrem," in our author's preceding work,

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ابر وزن زن شهریست بر چهار فرسخي شیراز

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استراباد-شهریست قاعده جرجان . فط ل لز ل

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اکبر نکر-از بنکاله معروف براج محل . تا

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الوتدژیست در نواحی قزوین بعضی از عراق و جمعي از ديلان دانند . فه لز لو کا

the ،، Tahkik al Irab ’’ (p. 18).

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Amásía , a city of Rúm

78 0 An Bár, on the eastern side of the river Euphrates, at the distance of ten farsangs from Baghdad 79 40

ANDERÁB, a place in Tokhárestán, i. e. Badakshán

108 45 AngÚRÍAh, a place in Rúm, called after the Arabic manner Ankuria

69 30 URKANJ, the capital of Khuá

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BAB AL ABUÁB, in Shírván
BÁBEL, in Irák

BÁJERVÁN, a territory on the borders of Ázerbáiján and Shirván ; the capital of it is Mahmúdábád

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* The manuscript does not furnish any account of Ahwaz,

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