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BAŠĀKERD (also Bašāgerd), a roughly rectangular mountainous district (dehestān) east of Mīnāb and north of Jāsk. Bašākerd proper is bounded on the west by the district of Rūdān and the coastal strip known as Bīābān, by Fannūč in Baluchistan to the east, by Manūjān to the north and by the western extension of the coastal plain of Baluchistan to the south. It covers some 4,000 square miles. Its major feature is the Kūh-e Bašākerd that stretches some 90 miles east-southeast from the Mārz range in the north to the Rapč river in the east. The name is often used to designate a larger area from as far north as Manūjān and east to Ramešk.
بشاکرد, bashakerd, bashaakerd
Spooner, B. (1988). Bašākerd. Encyclopaedia Iranica, 3 (8), 841-843. Retrieved from https://repository.upenn.edu/anthro_papers/132
Date Posted: 12 December 2016