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- The tabar (also called tabarzin, which means "saddle axe" [in persian], Modern Turkish: teber) is a type of battle axe. The term tabar is used for axes...
- IRIS Tabarzin (Persian: تبرزین‎, lit. 'Battleaxe') is a Kaman-cl**** fast attack craft serving in the Southern Fleet of the Islamic Republic of Iran Navy...
- The tabarzin is sometimes carried as a symbolic weapon by wandering dervishes (Muslim ascetic worshippers). A Qajar-era Persian dervish, with Tabarzin (axe)...
- (Middle Eastern) Shepherd's axe, valaška (European) Sparth Axe (European) Tabarzin (Middle Eastern) Tomahawk, Spontoon Tomahawk, also thrown (American) Vechevoral...
- IRIS Gardouneh P229 1978 IRIS Khanjar P230 1981 IRIS Neyzeh P231 1981 IRIS Tabarzin P232 1981 Sina cl**** IRIS Paykan P224 2003 275 tons  Iran IRIS Joshan P225...
- Kaman-cl**** fast attack craft P231 1 August  Islamic Republic of Iran Navy Tabarzin Kaman-cl**** fast attack craft P232 10 October  ****enic Navy Elli Elli-cl****...
- 1977 and on 27 April 1978, she was launched. Together with Neyzeh and Tabarzin, Khanjar was delivered in c.1980, but remained at the shipyard due to an...
- weapons such as the sword, spear, lance, javelin, club, bow and arrows and tabarzin or axe (hence Mamluk bodyguards known as tabardariyya), as well as wrestling...
- 1981 In service P231 Neyzeh 12 September 1977 5 July 1978 In service P232 Tabarzin 24 June 1977 15 September 1978 In service Source: Conway's All The World's...
- WG13. The same year, Georges Leygues intervened when the Iranian ship Tabarzin was captured by a commando hostile to the new regime, and sailed to France...
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