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- H. Javadi and K. Burrill. AZERBAIJAN x. Azeri Turkish Literature // Encyclopædia Iranica. — 1988. — Vol. III. — P. 251-255.
In the 17th century, although the transfer of the capital to Isfahan favored Persian at the court, Azeri poetry in the style of Fożuli and the Čaḡatāi poet Navāʾi still flourished. ʿAlijān Esmāʿiloḡlu Qawsi Tabrizi (born in Tabriz and educated in Isfahan) was an important poet who combined classical refinement with the candor of popular poetry. Rokn-al-Din Masʿud Masiḥi (d. 1656) was a musician and poet who wrote three romantic maṯnawis—Dām va Dāna, Zanbur-e ʿasal, and Varqa va Golšāh. The last was modeled on a Persian work of the same name by ʿAyyuqi.