Kamal od-Din Esmail
Kamāl od-Dīn Esmā'īl Esfahānī (Persian: کمال الدین اسماعیل) was a Persian writer of qasidas and other forms of poetry, who lived from 1173-1237. He and his father, the poet Jamal od-Din Mohammad Esfahani, were well known in Isfahan. He was murdered during the Mongol invasion and buried in a simple tomb. His tomb is in the Jouybareh district in Isfahan.
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