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Historical

The history of Iran, which was commonly known until the mid-20th century as Persia in the Western world, is intertwined with the history of a larger region, also to an extent known as Greater Iran, comprising the area from Anatolia, the Bosphorus, and Egypt in the west to the borders of Ancient India and the Syr Darya in the east, and from the Caucasus and the Eurasian Steppe in the north to the Persian Gulf and the Gulf of Oman in the south.

  • Amir Kabir & Nasser al-Din Shah by Seyed Ali Ale Davood

    Amir Kabir & Nasser al-Din Shah by Seyed Ali Ale Davood

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    Mirza Taghi Khan Farahani, better known as Amir Kabir, also known by the titles of Atabak and Amir-e Nezam, was chief minister to Naser al-Din Shah Qajar for the first three years of his reign.

  • Pardeh Neshinan-e Ahd-e Naseri by Parisa Kadivar

    Pardeh Neshinan-e Ahd-e Naseri by Parisa Kadivar

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    Introducing this work, the publisher states: “The image of the Iranian woman in the book of the ancient history of this land is very vague and dark, and of course, this is not strange and far from expected; Because women have always been curtains.

  • Greek Thinkers: A History of Ancient Philosophy by Theodor Gomperz

    Greek Thinkers: A History of Ancient Philosophy by Theodor Gomperz

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    This book is considered one of the most important sources for research in the history of ancient Greek philosophy in German, which has been translated into Persian. Greek Thinkers has played such an important role in the history of philosophy that several centuries after the life of the first Greek philosophers, the influence of the opinions of these Greek philosophers can still be seen in the works and thoughts of modern and contemporary philosophers.

  • Kushtah'gan bar Sar-i Qudrat by Massoud Behnud

    Kushtah’gan bar Sar-i Qudrat by Masoud Behnoud

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    The present book is a description and analysis of the life of twenty-one men of the Iranian government, who in the last one hundred and fifty years have somehow come to power and died over it. These people are: Ghaem Magham Farahani, Amir Kabir, Nasser al-Din Shah, Atabak, Sania al-Dawla, Yaparm, Sheikh Mohammad Khayabani, Colonel Pesyan, Mirza Kuchak Khan, Amir Tahmasebi, Timurtash, Sardar Asad, Davar, Pishhawari, Nusrat al-Dawla, Hajira, Razm Tus, Dr. Fatemi, Hassan Ali Mansour and Hoveida. The book ends with a list of announcements.

  • The Lord of Alamut (Hassan Sabbah) by Paul Amir

    The Lord of Alamut (Hassan Sabbah) by Paul Amir

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    In this book, the life story of Hassan Sabah (died 518 AH) – the founder of the esoteric way – is told with reference to the Ismaili rule and also a description of the situation in Iran at that time.

  • A History of Persian Costume by Mehrasa Gheibi

    A History of Persian Costume by Mehrasa Gheibi

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    The present illustrated work is a study on the history of clothing in Iran. The overall purpose of writing the work is to provide a comprehensive background on the history of clothing among Iranian ethnic groups to meet the needs of students and the awareness of the people of Iran and the world of this rich history.

  • My Iran By Davood Vakilzadeh

    My Iran By Davood Vakilzadeh

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    The more happened to Iran, the richer and more credible the history of Iran. The present collection shows Iran through the eyes or photos of Davood Vakishlzadeh.

  • History of Old Mashhad by Ahmad Mahvan

    History of Old Mashhad by Ahmad Mahvan

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    Khorasan has a important role in the history of Iran before and after Islam, which is even more evident in the early Islamic periods. Khorasan was a pioneer in overthrowing the Seleucids, as it played a clear role in overthrowing the Umayyad government, and when the spirit of Iranian independence was strengthened. First, Taherians, Saffarians and Samanids arose in Khorasan, and when the Persian language goes to life, this is done by Khorasani poets, writers and scientists.

  • Old Iran According to the Pictures

    Old Iran According to the Pictures

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    The present book contains black and white images of the Old of Iran and people of Iran from the Qajar period to the end of the Pahlavi period, which has been collected from the archives of Mr. Tahami, Jadid al-Islam and..

  • Old Azerbaijan of Iran According to the Pictures

    Old Azerbaijan of Iran According to the Pictures

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    The present book contains black and white images of the Old Azerbaijan of Iran and people of Iran from the Qajar period to the end of the Pahlavi period, which has been collected from the archives of Mr. Tahami, Jadid al-Islam and..

  • Old Mazandaran of Iran According to the Pictures

    Old Mazandaran of Iran According to the Pictures

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    The present book contains black and white images of the Old Mazandaran of Iran and people of Iran from the Qajar period to the end of the Pahlavi period, which has been collected from the archives of Mr. Tahami, Jadid al-Islam and..

  • Old Khuzestan of Iran According to the Pictures

    Old Khuzestan of Iran According to the Pictures

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    The present book contains black and white images of the Old Khuzestan of Iran and people of Iran from the Qajar period to the end of the Pahlavi period, which has been collected from the archives of Mr. Tahami, Jadid al-Islam and..

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