عنوان مقاله [English]
In the research of Iranian and Western scholars to this day, the old part of Burzō-nāma is initially attributed to Atāii-e Rāzi, and then to a poet named Shams-oddin Mohammad-e Kōsaj, whose name remains only in a manuscript that is the oldest manuscript. The lack of other documents about the recent name has led some researchers to assume the author of the work as anonymous. In this essay, by finding other evidence in the manuscripts of the text, it has first been proven that this work has been compiled by a poet named Kōseh or Kōsaj; Secondly, it is clear that, until the 12th century, some Shāh-nāma scribes were aware of the fact that The incorporative story of Burzō in the Shāh-nāma manuscripts has been compiled by him. Also introducing another manuscript of Burzō’s story, three years after the manuscript of Cambridge (manuscript of India) and comparing three older manuscripts of the Burzō-nāma, the probable time for the compilation of this poem is estimated at the seventh century. Meanwhile, it is clear that the Cambridge manuscript is not the best available manuscript of the Burzō-nāma and is far from the origin manuscript.