[Misr Matba'at al-Taqdim. 1905.] Compiled by Abu al-Faraj al-Isfahani in the tenth century.
A vast collection of poems, ranging from the earliest period to his
own and including invaluable biographical notices.
[C. Defrémery et Le Dr. B. M. Sanguinetti. Paris. Imprimerie Nationale. 1879.] A remarkably comprehensive survey of the world in the mid-fourteenth century by the great traveller Abu Abdullah Muhammad Ibn Battuta, 1304-1369.
[editions: Farsi Edition: urn:cts:farsiLit:hafez.divan.perseus-far1 Diwan-i Khwāja Shams-ud-Dīn Muḥammad Ḥāfeẓ-e Shīrāzī. Edited by Muhammad Qazwini and Qasim Gani as available on ganjoor.net. Tehran, Caphana-i Maglis. 1941.
English Edition: urn:cts:farsiLit:hafez.div.perseus-eng1 The Dīvān. Translated for the first time out of the Persian into English prose, with critical and explanatory remarks, with an introductory preface, with a note on Ṣūfīism, and with a life of the author, by H. Wilberforce Clarke. Calcutta, India. and aligned by Saman Rezaie under the supervision of Maryam Foradi]