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“Amiri” is the most famous poem and song and “Amir” the most eminent poet in Mazandarani literature whose poems have reached well beyond the province of Mazandaran. Amiri poetry has continued to exist in a narrative fashion and by word of mouth; however, a number of Amiri verses are also recorded on the margins of certain books and anthologies as well as in separate forms the most extensive of which was published in 2 volumes as Kanz al-Asrar-e Mazandarani in 1277 H./1860 and 1283 H./1866. For a period of time after this date, numerous attempts were made to obtain Amir’s written legacy the result of which was a bibliographical compilation of all the documents, manuscripts and letters related and attributed to Amir, the publication of Divan-e Amir Pazvari (Amir Pazvari’s Collection of Poetry) based on a manuscript at the library of the Great Islamic Encyclopedia, the printing of “the oldest Mazandaran’s Amiris” from the Majlislibrary manuscript, and the publication of single odd verses in various collections of articles. Access to the newly found manuscript of “Amiri” or the poem “Amir va Gawhar” in Iran’s National Library is yet another step towards closer acquaintance with Amir, Amiri, Amir’s written heritage and Mazandarani literary tradition.