<p style='text-align: justify;'> This late 14th-century <i>Kulliyāt</i> (Collected Works) of Jalayirid-era panegyric poet Salmān Sāvajī (d. 1376) contains not only the author's <i>Dīvān</i>, but also his <i>Jamshīd and Khurshīd</i>, and <i>Dah'nāmah</i> (Ten Tales). Completed by scribe ‘Aṭā' Allāh ibn Shaykh ‘Alī in Greater Iran, in 799 AH (1396–97 CE), just twenty years after the author's death. Due to predominantly similar styles of calligraphy and decoration found across the region during what was a period of relative political instability, may originate in either from Jalayirid, Aq Qoyunlu, or Timurid mileus. </p>
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