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The epic of Siavoosh
Author - Mohammad Reza Yousefi
Illustrator - Zhila Hodaee

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The epic of Siavoosh
 
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Summary
Siavoosh, son of King Keykavus was a noble prince. His mother-in-law fell in love with him but Siavoosh drove her away. Angered, she told Keykavus that Siavosh was a traitor. Keykavus threw Siavoosh into a fire to see if he was guilty or innocent. He dashed boldly into the fire and survived unharmed. Afrasiab, the Turanian king, marched into Iran. Siavoosh battled with Afrasiab and defeated his army. He built a magnificent town in the border between Iran and Turan, married Afrasiab's daughter and tried to keep peace between the two countries. Afrasiab dreamed that Siavoosh was destroying his kingdom so he marched against Siavoosh. Siavoosh fought boldly with his small army but was innocently slain.
 
Publication Date
1381 (Iranian Calendar)
 
Languages
Persian / Farsi
 
Contributor
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran
 
Publisher
Shabaviz Publishing Company - Iran  Contributing Publishers 
Copyright held by - Shabaviz Publishing Company.
This work is made available with the permission of the owner of copyright.

ISBN
964-505-014-6
 
Awards
Selected title of the Iranian Illustrations Exhibition in Taipei, 2003
 

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