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Asad ibn Saman was an early Samanid. He was the son of Saman Khuda, the founder of the Samanid dynasty of Persia. According to tradition, Asad was named by his father in honor of the Caliphal governor of Khurasan Asad ibn 'Abd Allah al-Qasri (723-727), who had converted Saman to Islam. Asad had four sons: Nuh, Ahmad, Yahya, and Ilyas. Caliph al-Mamun appointed Asad's sons to be rulers of Samarqand, Ferghana, Shash and Ustrushana, and Hirat, and thus the dynasty of rulers was started. The famous Samanid ruler Ismail I (Ismail Samani) (892-907) was Asad's grandson and the son of Ahmad.

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  • أسد بن سامان هو من أوائل السلالة السامانية الحاكمة. كان ابن سامان خدا، مؤسس السلالة السامانية في بلاد فارس. وفقًا للتقاليد، سماه والده بالأسد على شرف الوالي الأموي حاكم خراسان أسد بن عبد الله القسري (723-727)، حين أسلم سامان. ولأسد أربعة أبناء: نوح وأحمد ويحيى وإلياس. عين الخليفة المأمون أبناء أسد ليكونوا حُكامًا لسمرقند وفرغانة وطشقند وأشروسنة وهراة، وهكذا بدأَت سلالة الحكام. كان الحاكم الساماني الشهير إسماعيل الأول (إسماعيل الساماني) (892-907) حفيد الأسد وابن أحمد. (ar)
  • Àssad ibn Sàman-khudà o Samankoda (segle VIII) fou l'ancestre de la dinastia samànida; era fill de un terratinent local (dehqan) de la vila de Saman al districte de Balkh. L'erudit persa Al-Biruní (973 - 1048) remunta la seva genealogia quatre generacions, de Sàman-khudà al sassànida Bahram Txobin; la seva vinculació als sassànides fou generalment acceptada pels contemporanis, tot i que amb tota probabilitat no és certa. Sàman-khudà es va convertir per obra d'Asad ben Abd Allah al-Kasri, governador del Khurasan (vers 723-727 i 735-738) i va donar al seu fill el nom del governador. Àssad va tenir quatre fills, Nuh, Àhmad, Yahya i Ilyas, tots els quals van exercir governs locals al Tukharistan i Transoxiana nomenats per Ghassan ibn Abbad (817-820) governador de Khurasan pel califa Al-Mamun. (ca)
  • Asad ibn Saman was an early Samanid. He was the son of Saman Khuda, the founder of the Samanid dynasty of Persia. According to tradition, Asad was named by his father in honor of the Caliphal governor of Khurasan Asad ibn 'Abd Allah al-Qasri (723-727), who had converted Saman to Islam. Asad had four sons: Nuh, Ahmad, Yahya, and Ilyas. Caliph al-Mamun appointed Asad's sons to be rulers of Samarqand, Ferghana, Shash and Ustrushana, and Hirat, and thus the dynasty of rulers was started. The famous Samanid ruler Ismail I (Ismail Samani) (892-907) was Asad's grandson and the son of Ahmad. (en)
  • Asad ibn Saman est le fils de Saman Khoda, ancêtre de la dynastie Samanide. Selon la tradition, Saman nomma son fils Asad en l'honneur du gouverneur Asad ibn 'Abd-Allah al-Qasri' (723-727) qui l'a converti à l'Islam. Asad avait 4 fils : Nuh, Ahmad, Yahya, et Elyas. Le Calife nomma les fils d'Asad gouverneurs de Samarcande, Ferghana, Shash, et Herat pour leurs bons et loyaux services scellant ainsi la fondation de cette dynastie. (fr)
  • 아사드 이븐 사만(영어: Asad ibn Saman, ? ~ ?)은 사만 왕조 창시자이다. 아버지는 사만 호다이다. 전해지는 이야기에 따르면, 아사드 이븐 사만이라는 이름은 사만 호다를 이슬람교로 개종시킨 호라산(en:Greater Khorasan)의 칼리파 (Asad ibn 'Abd-Allah al-Qasri)의 이름을 따 지어졌다고 한다. 또한 아사드에겐 각각 사마르칸트, 페르가나, 타슈켄트, 헤라트를 다스리는 누 이븐 아사드, 아흐마드 이븐 아사드, 야히아 이븐 아사드, 엘리아스 이븐 아사드라는 넷의 아들이 있는데, 후대의 나스르 1세와 이스마일 사마니는 아흐마드 이븐 아사드의 자손이다. (ko)
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  • أسد بن سامان هو من أوائل السلالة السامانية الحاكمة. كان ابن سامان خدا، مؤسس السلالة السامانية في بلاد فارس. وفقًا للتقاليد، سماه والده بالأسد على شرف الوالي الأموي حاكم خراسان أسد بن عبد الله القسري (723-727)، حين أسلم سامان. ولأسد أربعة أبناء: نوح وأحمد ويحيى وإلياس. عين الخليفة المأمون أبناء أسد ليكونوا حُكامًا لسمرقند وفرغانة وطشقند وأشروسنة وهراة، وهكذا بدأَت سلالة الحكام. كان الحاكم الساماني الشهير إسماعيل الأول (إسماعيل الساماني) (892-907) حفيد الأسد وابن أحمد. (ar)
  • Asad ibn Saman was an early Samanid. He was the son of Saman Khuda, the founder of the Samanid dynasty of Persia. According to tradition, Asad was named by his father in honor of the Caliphal governor of Khurasan Asad ibn 'Abd Allah al-Qasri (723-727), who had converted Saman to Islam. Asad had four sons: Nuh, Ahmad, Yahya, and Ilyas. Caliph al-Mamun appointed Asad's sons to be rulers of Samarqand, Ferghana, Shash and Ustrushana, and Hirat, and thus the dynasty of rulers was started. The famous Samanid ruler Ismail I (Ismail Samani) (892-907) was Asad's grandson and the son of Ahmad. (en)
  • Asad ibn Saman est le fils de Saman Khoda, ancêtre de la dynastie Samanide. Selon la tradition, Saman nomma son fils Asad en l'honneur du gouverneur Asad ibn 'Abd-Allah al-Qasri' (723-727) qui l'a converti à l'Islam. Asad avait 4 fils : Nuh, Ahmad, Yahya, et Elyas. Le Calife nomma les fils d'Asad gouverneurs de Samarcande, Ferghana, Shash, et Herat pour leurs bons et loyaux services scellant ainsi la fondation de cette dynastie. (fr)
  • 아사드 이븐 사만(영어: Asad ibn Saman, ? ~ ?)은 사만 왕조 창시자이다. 아버지는 사만 호다이다. 전해지는 이야기에 따르면, 아사드 이븐 사만이라는 이름은 사만 호다를 이슬람교로 개종시킨 호라산(en:Greater Khorasan)의 칼리파 (Asad ibn 'Abd-Allah al-Qasri)의 이름을 따 지어졌다고 한다. 또한 아사드에겐 각각 사마르칸트, 페르가나, 타슈켄트, 헤라트를 다스리는 누 이븐 아사드, 아흐마드 이븐 아사드, 야히아 이븐 아사드, 엘리아스 이븐 아사드라는 넷의 아들이 있는데, 후대의 나스르 1세와 이스마일 사마니는 아흐마드 이븐 아사드의 자손이다. (ko)
  • Àssad ibn Sàman-khudà o Samankoda (segle VIII) fou l'ancestre de la dinastia samànida; era fill de un terratinent local (dehqan) de la vila de Saman al districte de Balkh. L'erudit persa Al-Biruní (973 - 1048) remunta la seva genealogia quatre generacions, de Sàman-khudà al sassànida Bahram Txobin; la seva vinculació als sassànides fou generalment acceptada pels contemporanis, tot i que amb tota probabilitat no és certa. Sàman-khudà es va convertir per obra d'Asad ben Abd Allah al-Kasri, governador del Khurasan (vers 723-727 i 735-738) i va donar al seu fill el nom del governador. (ca)
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  • أسد بن سامان (ar)
  • Àssad ibn Sàman-khudà (ca)
  • Asad ibn Saman (en)
  • Asad ibn Saman (fr)
  • 아사드 이븐 사만 (ko)
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