ⓘ Abu Nasr, Iran. Abu Nasr is a village in Sarchehan Rural District, Sarchehan District, Bavanat County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population w ..

                                     

ⓘ Abu Nasr (Iran)

Abu Nasr is a village in Sarchehan Rural District, Sarchehan District, Bavanat County, Fars Province, Iran. At the 2006 census, its population was 155, in 36 families.

                                     
  • Abu Nasr may refer to: Al - Farabi or Abu Nasr Islamic philosopher Abu Nasr Iran Abu Nasr Palace Abu Nasr al - Tunisi Abu Nasr Abdul Kahhar Abu Nasr Ahmad
  • astronomer. He is well known for his work with the spherical sine law. Abu Nasr Mansur was born in Gilan, Persia, to the ruling family of Khwarezm, the
  • Al - Hasuah, city in the Abu Ghraib district of Baghdad Governorate, Iraq Nasr City, a suburb of Cairo, Egypt Nasar, Iran also known as Nasr a village in Razavi
  • Qasr - i Abu Nasr Abu - Nasr Palace Qasre Abunasr, or Takht - e Sulayman Throne of Solomon is the site of an ancient settlement situated in city of Shiraz
  • Abu l - Nasr Muhammad died ca. 1010 was the last Farighunid ruler of Guzgan from 1000 to 1010. He was the son and successor of Abu l Haret Ahmad. Abu l - Nasr
  • Isma il. Nasr became amir at the age of eight following his father s assassination in January of 914. Due to his youth, his prime minister Abu Abdallah
  • company Nasr El Hag Ali, the first vice chancellor of the University of Khartoum Alireza Nasr Azadani born 1985 Iranian taekwondo player Abu Yaqub Yusuf
  • Abu Nasr Muhammad died 1015 or 1016 was the ruler of Gharchistan from an unknown date to the 990s. He was from an Iranian princely family which ruled
  • Preoccupied with this conflict, Nasr was unable to stop the outbreak and spread of the Abbasid Revolution, whose leader, Abu Muslim, exploited the situation
  • Nuh ibn Nasr or Nuh I died 954 was the amir of the Samanids in 943 954. He was the son of Nasr II. It is rumoured that he married a Chinese princess
  • proto - historical Jemdet Nasr period is a local development out of the preceding Uruk period and continues into the Early Dynastic I period. Jemdet Nasr Abu Salabikh
  • Abu Nasr Mansur ibn Moshkan Persian: ابو نصر منصور بن م شكان better simply known as Abu Nasr Moshkan ابو نصر م شكان was a Persian statesman who
  • first, or whether Abu Nasr Mansur, Abul Wafa or Nasir al - Din al - Tusi discovered it first. O Connor, John J. Robertson, Edmund F., Abu Mahmud Hamid ibn