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Originally appearing in Volume V10, Page 425 of the 1911 Encyclopedia Britannica.
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FIRUZKUH, a small province of Persia, with a population of about 5000, paying a yearly revenue of about Soo. Its chief place is a village of the same name picturesquely situated in a valley of the Elburz, about 90 M. east of Teheran, at an elevation of 6700 ft. and in 35° 46' N. and 52° 48' E. It has post and telegraph offices and a population of 2500. A precipitous cliff on the eastern side of the valley is surmounted by the ruins of an ancient fort popularly ascribed to Alexander the Great.
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JOHANN FISCHART (c. 1545–1591)

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