عنوان مقاله [English]
Raziuddin Abdullah ibn-Muhammad, known as Emami Heravi, was a literary scholar and famous poet of the seventh century A.H. He was contemporary with Saadi and Majd Hamgar, and was the poet laureate in the court of Kara-Khitan Khanate in Kerman. In addition to poetry and rhetorical sciences, he was a great master of his time in Arabic literature and rational sciences. He wrote a treatise in Arabic on description of Zol-Rameh's ode (the well-known Arab poet deceased in 117 A.H.). His Divan was published only once in 1343 A.H. by Homayoun Shahidi in Elmi Publication. The editor of this Divan had three recent and erroneous copies available and, thus, many of couplets were recorded in a distorted, ambiguous and incomplete way. The present paper aims to edit and complete many distorted and incomplete verses of the Divan of Heravi by introducing the oldest copy of the Divan, which was written only thirteen years after his demise, and comparing and contrasting this precious copy with other copies, such as the copy written in the years 741 and 1003 A.H.