Bozorgmehr-e Bokhtagan (Middle Persian: Wuzurgmihr ī Bōkhtagān), also known as Burzmihr, Dadmihr and Dadburzmihr, was a Iranian nobleman from the Karen family, who served as minister of the Sasanian emperor Kavadh I (498-531), and later as Grand Vizier under his son Khosrow I (reign 531–579), and then as spahbed under Hormizd IV. According to Persian and Arabic sources, he was a man of "exceptional wisdom and sage counsels" and later became a characterisation of the expression. His name appears in several important works in Persian literature, most notably in the Shahnameh. The historian Arthur Christensen has suggested that Bozorgmehr was the same person as Borzuya, but historigraphical studies of post-Sassanid Persian literature, as well as linguistic analysis show otherwise. However, th

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  • بزرجمهر بن البختكان (فارسية: بزرگمهر بختگان) كان وزيرا لأنوشيروان. وکان هو رجلا حکیما عالما وقد ذكر اسمه في بعض الأعمال الهامة فی الأدب الفارسي، وعلی الأخص فی الشاهنامة. تنسب إليه الكثير من الحكم والأمثال. (ar)
  • Bozorgmehr-e Bokhtagan (Middle Persian: Wuzurgmihr ī Bōkhtagān), also known as Burzmihr, Dadmihr and Dadburzmihr, was a Iranian nobleman from the Karen family, who served as minister of the Sasanian emperor Kavadh I (498-531), and later as Grand Vizier under his son Khosrow I (reign 531–579), and then as spahbed under Hormizd IV. According to Persian and Arabic sources, he was a man of "exceptional wisdom and sage counsels" and later became a characterisation of the expression. His name appears in several important works in Persian literature, most notably in the Shahnameh. The historian Arthur Christensen has suggested that Bozorgmehr was the same person as Borzuya, but historigraphical studies of post-Sassanid Persian literature, as well as linguistic analysis show otherwise. However, the word "Borzuya" can sometimes be considered a shortened form of Bozorgmehr. (en)
  • Secondo fonti persiane e arabe, era un uomo di "eccezionale saggezza e consigliere prezioso". Il suo nome appare in diverse opere importanti in letteratura persiana, soprattutto nello Shahnameh. Lo storico Arthur Christensen ha ipotizzato che Bozorgmehr possa essere la stessa persona di Burzoe il medico, ma studi storiografici di letteratura persiana post sassanida, e analisi linguistiche non concordano con questa ipotesi. Comunque, il termine "Borzūya" può talvolta essere considerato un'abbreviazione di Bozorgmehr. (it)
  • Bozorgmer, também conhecido como Bozorgmehr-e Bokhtagan (persa médio: Wuzurgmihr ī Bōkhtagān) Burzmihr, Burzmir, Dadmihr, Dadmir, Dadburzmihr e Dadburzmir, foi um nobre sassânida da família karenida, que serviu como ministro do xá Cavades I (r. 498–531), e depois como grande vizir sob seu filho Cosroes I (r. 531–579), e então como spahbed sob Ormisdas IV (r. 579–590). De acordo com as fontes persas e árabes, ele foi um homem de "excepcional sabedoria e conselhos sábios" e depois tornou-se uma caracterização da expressão. Seu nome aparece em vários trabalhos importantes na literatura persa, mais notavelmente no Shanama. O historiador Arthur Christensen sugere que Bozorgmer pode ser identificado com o médico Burzoe (Borzuya). (pt)
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  • بزرجمهر بن البختكان (فارسية: بزرگمهر بختگان) كان وزيرا لأنوشيروان. وکان هو رجلا حکیما عالما وقد ذكر اسمه في بعض الأعمال الهامة فی الأدب الفارسي، وعلی الأخص فی الشاهنامة. تنسب إليه الكثير من الحكم والأمثال. (ar)
  • Secondo fonti persiane e arabe, era un uomo di "eccezionale saggezza e consigliere prezioso". Il suo nome appare in diverse opere importanti in letteratura persiana, soprattutto nello Shahnameh. Lo storico Arthur Christensen ha ipotizzato che Bozorgmehr possa essere la stessa persona di Burzoe il medico, ma studi storiografici di letteratura persiana post sassanida, e analisi linguistiche non concordano con questa ipotesi. Comunque, il termine "Borzūya" può talvolta essere considerato un'abbreviazione di Bozorgmehr. (it)
  • Bozorgmehr-e Bokhtagan (Middle Persian: Wuzurgmihr ī Bōkhtagān), also known as Burzmihr, Dadmihr and Dadburzmihr, was a Iranian nobleman from the Karen family, who served as minister of the Sasanian emperor Kavadh I (498-531), and later as Grand Vizier under his son Khosrow I (reign 531–579), and then as spahbed under Hormizd IV. According to Persian and Arabic sources, he was a man of "exceptional wisdom and sage counsels" and later became a characterisation of the expression. His name appears in several important works in Persian literature, most notably in the Shahnameh. The historian Arthur Christensen has suggested that Bozorgmehr was the same person as Borzuya, but historigraphical studies of post-Sassanid Persian literature, as well as linguistic analysis show otherwise. However, th (en)
  • Bozorgmer, também conhecido como Bozorgmehr-e Bokhtagan (persa médio: Wuzurgmihr ī Bōkhtagān) Burzmihr, Burzmir, Dadmihr, Dadmir, Dadburzmihr e Dadburzmir, foi um nobre sassânida da família karenida, que serviu como ministro do xá Cavades I (r. 498–531), e depois como grande vizir sob seu filho Cosroes I (r. 531–579), e então como spahbed sob Ormisdas IV (r. 579–590). (pt)
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