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Rakhsh’s Lost Days We return to our hero, Rostam, who has fallen asleep after a successful hunt. While he slept, his horse Rakhsh wandered around and was spotted by some Turkish horsemen who captured him and took him away. When he woke up to find his horse missing, Rostam was… Read More »Tragedy of Rostam and Sohrab

Tragedy of Rostam and Sohrab

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It’s finally time for Rostam! Our previous episode kicked off our trilogy on the Shahnameh or “Book of Kings,” an epic by Ferdowsi on the history of Persia’s Greatest Kings and Heroes. We last spoke of the Hero Sam and his son Zal so if you are interested in knowing… Read More »Rostam: Horsin’ Around

Rostam: Horsin’ Around

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The Shahnameh (The Book of Kings) by Hakim Abu al-Qasim Mansur is one of the world’s greatest Epic poems, detailing the history of Iran’s Kings and Heroes. He is known as “Ferdowsi Tusi,” which is actually a title meaning “The Tusi Poet from Paradise”. The work has morphed with every… Read More »Shahnameh: Sam, Zal and Rudabeh

Shahnameh: Sam, Zal and Rudabeh

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Cover Art of episode "The Doomed Prince: Dog Days"

What began with Egyptian funerary texts, hymns, poems and records soon evolved into one of the earliest records of narrative literature. There were few surviving narrative stories from the Middle Kingdom, including the “Story of Sinuhe,” and “Tale of the Shipwrecked Sailor.” Narrative tales like our Doomed Prince didn’t flourish… Read More »The Doomed Prince and the Three Fates

The Doomed Prince and the Three Fates

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