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In the story of Rostam and Esfandyar, Katayun can says:
Haman mahe hamavaranra bekosht nayarast goftan kas u’ ra dorosht
In this bit, order of compound “Mahe hamavaran” is Sudabeh and although it comes in only one version (London/British 675 AH) it has been selected in all prestigious and semi-authoritative of Shahnameh prints. But most of the manuscripts are "Shahe Hamavaran" which is only seen in some of the lithography low credit of Shahnameh.Because in the Hamawaran Battle report in Shahnameh,Shahe Hamavaranseek quarter from Rustam and he will not be killed in his hands, emendators record of the “Shahe Hamavaran” have assumed to be incorrect and abandoned it while studying numerous Persian and Arabic sourcesshow that from the story “Hamavaran War” there are several different narratives (at least three reports) which in some of them the Shahe Hamawaran survives and in others he/she is killed by Rustam. Source with reference to mentioned bit is the second part of the traditions related to finis opus of the Shahe Hemavaran and documentary on authentic references and even more ancient than Shahnamehwhich is also reflected in another bit of the story of Rostam and Esfandiar. Accordingly, the recording of "Shahe Hamavaran", which appears to be inaccuratefrom the point of view of the storyis valid and in terms of text correction criteria, because of the citation on the most copies and be more difficult to deal with the “Mahe Hamavaran” it should come in the final text of the Shahnameh.