A Survey of the Evolution of the Futuwwa (Knight-errant, Chivalry) Doctrine in Iran from the 3-8 A.H. / 8-14 A.D. Century

Hamid Karamipour

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In the history of Iran, the doctrine of manliness and chivalry can be studied from many aspects due to its various socio-political functions from the ancient history to the present. Given their situation and requirements, different people and groups take benefit from the doctrines and mottos of manliness to present a humane and religious view of their craft. Moreover, different socio-political conditions have given rise to particular manifestations of manliness; sometimes manliness has taken an errantry aspect while some other times its religious and Sufi aspect is more highlighted. The current study, using an analytical-descriptive method, aims to present different aspects of manliness from the 3-8 AH / 8-14 AD century and show the revolutionary process of this doctrine.


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Knight-errant, Chivalry, the chivalrous people, Sufism, Malamatiyya, Akhi (brother).

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