Jump to navigation Jump to search Dictionnaire Geographique, Historique Et Litteraire de La Perse Et Des Contrees Adjacentes… PDF the administrative subdivision, see Kaleybar County. Kaleybar river irrigates the « Cornus mas » orchards. Aqdash summer camp in a driving distance of Kaleybar.
Islamic chronicles, was the stronghold of Babak Khorramdin who, in 816 AD, revolted against Islamic Caliphate. Ibn Athir in his book, The Complete History, has devoted many pages to the description of battles which took place in Kaleybar between the Armies of Caliphate and Babak’s forces. Yaqut al-Hamawi, writing in early thirteenth century, describes Kaleybar as the followin, County between Azerbaijan and Erran. This is where Babek resisted when he rebelled against Mo’taçem.
It is you who have taken their city Bedh that you covered the shamelessness in it. There was a near Bedd, says the poet Mo’çer, a place of an area of about three acres, every time we say the name of God, a hidden voice responds. This is where the Red-Wearing Ones, also called the Khurramites raised the standard of revolt led by Babak ‘, this is also they expect EI-Mehdi. At the bottom, flows a large river which has the property of curing the most inveterate fevers.
The Arax river flows on the border. Hamdallah Mustawfi, writing in mid fourteenth century, mentions Kaleybar as, A village of Azerbaijan, in the woods near a mountain which comprises a fortress. The country produces wheat and fruit, and its inhabitants, who are Turks or Mongols, follow the rite of Schafey. The Tribes of Qarāca Dāġ: A Brief History » by P.
The dominant religion is Shia Islam. However, followers of Yârsân or Ahl-e Haqq constitute an appreciable minority in the town and the surrounding villages. Mohamad Ali, the only physician of the town until the 1970s, was a member of Bahaii faith. The spoken language in Kaleybar is the Azeri dialect of Turkish. Tati language, there is no evidence that Tati was ever spoken in Kaleybar. A cleric, the late Haji Mohammad Zakeri, told that the name Kaleybar was indeed a Tati word, meaning a town built on rocks.
The mountainous region of Qaradağ, due to its remoteness and inaccessibility, was a guardian of Ashugh music. This frequent allusions of this music to mountains, with the intention of arousing an emotional state with a tone of mild melancholy, is consistent with the geography of Kaleybar. James Morier, the author of « The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan », travelling through Kaleybar in early 19th century described the city in the following words, « Kaleybar was formerly a considerable place. Unfortunately, the local version of this thick soup is not offered in restaurants. In recent years, the local government has organized Zoğal festivals as a means of promoting tourism. The relatively well preserved Babak Castle at an altitude of 2300 m is located is located some 3 km of the town. This Sasanid era fortress is named after the ninth century Iranian resistance leader, Babak Khorramdin.
The mountain ranges south-west of Kaleybar are still used as summer camp of pastoralists belonging to Arasbaran Tribes. This provides an opportunity for observing the relaxed idyllic life style of bygone times. Pastoralists, despite their simple life style during summer months, are often well-educated folks and own modern dwelling in their winter quarters. Pavet de Courteille, Les Prairies d’or de Maçoudi, 1873, Paris, vol. Yaqut ibn ‘Abd Allah al-Rumi al-Hamawi, Charles Adrien Casimir Barbier de Meynard, Dictionnaire géographique, historique et littéraire de la Perse et des contrees adjacentes, 1851, Paris, pp.
Yaqut ibn ‘Abd Allah al-Rumi al-Hamawi, Charles Adrien Casimir Barbier de Meynard, Dictionnaire géographique, historique et littéraire de la Perse et des contrees adjacentes, 1851, Paris, p. The Tribes of Qarāca Dāġ: A Brief History. Princeton, New Jersey: Princeton University Press. Gilles Riaux, Ethnicité et nationalisme en Iran: la cause azerbaïdjanaise, KARTALA 2012, p. Yarshater, Iranian Languages and Texts from Iran and Turan, edited by Maria Macuch, Mauro Maggi, Werner Sundermann, 2007, page 443. James Morier,The Adventures of Hajji Baba of Ispahan, 2005, Cosimo Inc.
James Morier, A Second Journey through Persia, Armenia, and Asia Minor, to Constantinople , 1818, p. Iran Facing Others: Identity Boundaries in a Historical Perspective », 2012 Palgrave Macmillan, Chap. Smith, Iran, 2009, Bradet Trvel Guids, p. Wikivoyage has a travel guide for Kaleybar. Kaleybar, Iran » Falling Rain Genomics, Inc. Wikimedia Commons has media related to Kaleybar. 7 du Code de Hammurabi : Šumma awīlum lū kaspam lū ķurāșam lū wardam lū amtam lū alpam lū immeram lū imēram ū lū mimma šumšu ina qāt mār awīlim ū lū warad awīlim balum šībī u riksātim ištām ū lū ana maṣṣārūtim imḫur awīlum šū šarrāq iddāk.