1 edition of Roostum Zabolee and Soohrab found in the catalog.
|Statement||tr. into English verse, with the original text annexed, notes, plates & an appendix by William Tulloh Robertson|
|Contributions||Robertson, William Tulloh|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||424|
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Firdawsī, contrib.: The Epic of Kings (retellings of portions of Firdawsi's Shah Nameh), by Helen Zimmern (HTML at Internet Classics); Firdawsī: Episodes From the Shah Nameh: or, Annals of the Persian Kings (in English and Pahlavi; London: Baldwin, Cradock, and Joy, ), ed.
Roostum Zabolee and Soohrab, from the history of Persia, entitled Shah namuh; or, Book of kings, tr. into English verse, with the original text annexed, notes, plates.
Episodes from the Shah Nameh; or, Annals of the Persian kings, by Ferdoosee, tr. into English verse with notes and authorities, a verbal index, Persian and English and some account of the contents of the whole poem, by Stephen Weston.