Asadi Tusi

Abu Mansur Ali ibn Ahmad Asadi Tusi (né à Tus - mort à 1072 à Tabriz, Iran) est un poète iranien médiéval de langue perse.

Au temps d'Asadi, et longtemps après, la province du Khorasan était le théâtre de conflits entre les différentes peuplades turques de la région. L'élite intellectuelle quitte le Khorasan à cause de ces conflits. Pour cette raison, Asadi quitte le Khorasan pour l'Azerbaïdjan iranien (à ne pas confondre avec l'actuel État d'Azerbaïdjan) et y reste jusqu'à sa mort. Sa tombe est à Tabriz.


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