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Laurie Decker
Laurie Decker • 1 year ago

Seyyed Ahmad Hatef Esfehani was a famous Iranian poet of the 18th century. He was born in Isfahan and most likely he died there in 1783. Hatef’s date of birth is unknown. Hatef was contemporary to at least seven rulers of Iran.

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