The cleric was apparently a member of the government-run Friday Prayers Committee in Hamadan province.
From that mountain to Hamadan is a journey of ten days; this was the metropolis of Media, and contains about fifty thousand Jews.
This exploit precipitated the expedition which was preparing at Hamadan for his destruction.
A good carpet felt of Hamadan manufacture is an inch thick, but some made at Yezd reach two inches.
I was to make on my shawls at Hamadan, but still to me it is as good as ten thousand dirhems.
You had better remain at Hamadan with me, and follow my fortunes.'
Heavily the anxious hours crept on in the Jewish quarter of Hamadan.
This rug is an example of the Hamadan weave, which is so frequently met.
Hamadan is also famous for copper-work, and makes and dyes cottons.
The principal gate of Hamadan opened into the square of the great mosque.