Baba'i ben Lotf

Baba'i ben Lotf (Persian: بابائی بن لطف; died after 1662) was a Jewish poet and historian in 17th-century Safavid Iran. He lived in Kashan, where he probably originally hailed from, and was the author of the first Judeo-Persian chronicle, the Ketāb-e anūsī. It is written in Persian using Hebrew script and consists of some 5,300 verses. Baba'i ben Farhad (fl. 18th century) was one of his grandsons.

SourcesEdit

  • Moreen, Vera B. (2010). "Bābāī ben Luṭf". In Norman A. Stillman (ed.). Encyclopedia of Jews in the Islamic World. Brill Online.
  • Netzer, Amnon (1988). "BĀBĀʾĪ BEN FARHĀD". Encyclopaedia Iranica, Vol. III, Fasc. 3. p. 297.
  • Netzer, Amnon (1988). "BĀBĀʾĪ BEN LOṬF". Encyclopaedia Iranica, Vol. III, Fasc. 3. pp. 297–298.