The earliest accounts, historical and literary books that have spoken of poets and incidents of the period of Sanjar and Atsez Khwarazm-Shah and have been reminiscent of Adib Saber Termazi are mostly unanimous with the statement that Atsez, the second king of Khwarazm, has sunk this great poet in Jaihoon (Amu Darya) river. Some contemporary researchers have hesitated to report the murder because he mentions aging in his poetry. The only reason for this skepticism is the poet's remarks about his old age in his poems and that reflects the fact that Saber was not murdered either by Khwarazm-Shah, or if he was, at least not in his youth and during the time he served the royal court. While, if anyone has read exactly or completely all of this great poet's body of works, there are signs of his old age telling us that Saber was not killed by Atsez Khwarazm-Shah and most likely died of natural causes in his old years. This article, based on the documented statements existed in Saber’s poems, and a brief look at the days of Adib Saber, i.e. the Seljuk period, and his patrons, proves the hypothesis that the issue of Adib Saber’s murder by Atsez Khwarazm-Shah is a historical misunderstanding.
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