Middle Persian
Middle Persian is the Middle Iranian language/ethnolect of southwestern Iran that during Sassanid times (224–654 CE) became a prestige dialect and so came to be spoken in other regions of the empire a...
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Middle Persian literature
Middle Persian literature is the corpus of written works composed in Middle Persian, that is, the Middle Iranian dialect of Persia proper, the region in the south-western corner of the Iranian plateau...
Mah farvardin Ruz khordad
Mah farvardin Ruz khordad is a book written in Middle Persian in the 7th century AC. It was written ca. 607-608 AD, during the reign of Khosrau II. This book described all the events which historica...
Shāyast ne-Shāyast
Shāyast ne-Shāyast (MP: "Proper and Improper") is a 8th/9th-century Zoroastrian Middle Persian compilation of miscellaneous laws and customs regarding sin and impurity, with other memoranda about cere...
Šahrestānīhā ī Ērānšahr
Šahrestānīhā ī Ērānšahr (lit. the provincial capitals of Iran) is a surviving Middle Persian text on geography, which was completed in the late eighth or early ninth centuries AD. The text gives a num...
Pazend
The Pazend or Pazand is one of the writing systems used for the Middle Persian language.Pazend's principal use was for writing the commentaries (Zend) on and/or translations of the Avesta, the primary...
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Frahang-i Pahlavig
Frahang-i Pahlavīg (meaning "Pahlavig dictionary") is a dictionary of (mostly) Aramaic ideograms with Middle Persian translations (in Pahlavi script) and transliterations (in Pazend/Avestan script). T...
Bundahishn
Bundahishn, meaning "Primal Creation", is the name traditionally given to an encyclopædiaic collections of Zoroastrian cosmogony and cosmology written in Book Pahlavi. The original name of the work is...
Kar-Namag i Ardashir i Pabagan
The Kār-Nāmag ī Ardašīr ī Pābagān ("Book of the Deeds of Ardeshir, Son of Papak"), is a short Middle Persian prose tale written in the Sassanid period (226-651). The story narrates the story of Ardas...
Dadestan-i Denig
Dādestān ī Dēnīg ([daːdestaːn iː deːniːɡ] "Religious Judgments") or Pursišn-Nāmag ([puɾsiʃnaːmaɡ] "Book of Questions") is a 9th-century Middle Persian work written by Manūščihr (b. 881), who was ...
Yadegar-e Zariran
The Yādegār-e Zarirān [jɒːdeˈɡɒːɾe zæɾiːɾˈɒːn] (Persian: یادگار زریران‎) or Ayādgār ī Zarērān (English: "Memorial of Zarēr"), is a short Middle Persian (Pahlavi) text of ancient Iranian epic poe...
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Khwaday-Namag
Khadāy-Nāmag ("Book of Kings") was a Middle Persian history text from Sasanid era, now lost, imagined first by Theodor Nöldeke to be the common ancestor of all later Arabic-language histories of the S...
Dana-i Menog Khrat
The Dana-i Menog-i khrat, (Persian:دانای مینوی خرد) or 'opinions of the spirit of wisdom', a Middle Persian book which was written about 8th century.It comprises the replies of that spirit to sixty-tw...
Drakht-i Asurig
Draxt ī Āsūrīg (meaning "The Babylonian Tree") is a Parthian language poem consisting of about 120 verses and written in Book Pahlavi script. The poem is framed as a dialogue between a goat and a pal...
Frahang-i Oim-evak
Frahang-i Ōīm-Ēwak is an old Avestan-Middle Persian dictionary. It is named with the two first words of the dictionary: ōīm in Avestan means 'one' and ēwak is its Pahlavi equivalent. It gives the Pahl...
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Pahlavi Psalter
The Pahlavi Psalter is the name given to a 12-page non-contiguous section of a Middle Persian translation of a Syriac version of the Book of Psalms.The Pahlavi Psalter was discovered in 1905 by the ...