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  • Persian Epics from Avesta up Shahnameh by Mehrdad Bahar

    Persian Epics from Avesta up Shahnameh by Mehrdad Bahar

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    The Book “Persian Epics from Avesta up Shahnameh” has been written by Mehrdad Bahar, the top contemporary Iranian mythologist. This Book in addition to a series of introductory definitions of epic, it is a historical and cultural analysis and the origin of Iranian epics from Avesta to Shahnameh and a study of the evolution and growth of these epics.

  • History of Iran from the beginning to the extinction of Qajar

    History of Iran from the beginning to the extinction of Qajar

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    The history of Iran from the beginning to the extinction of the Qajar dynasty is written by Hassan Pirnia and Abbas Iqbal, which speaks about the geographical shape of Iran and their races and religions. The book is written in Persian and in the contemporary century.

  • Complete History of Persia by Pirnia, Bassam & Ashtiani

    Complete History of Persia by Pirnia, Bassam & Ashtiani

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    This book is a joint work of three great historians, Hassan Pirnia (Mushir al-Dawla), Seyyed Mohammad Bassam and Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani, which examines a comprehensive, huge and valuable collection of historical events from ancient Iran to post-Islamic Iran Give. This book generally consists of three sections: The first section, which covers the period from ancient Iran to the extinction of the Sassanids (before Islam), has been compiled by Hassan Pirnia. The second part includes the events of the rise of Islam, the Rashidun Caliphs, the Umayyads and the Abbasids (History of Islam) by Seyyed Mohammad Bassam, and the final part examines the history of post-Islamic Iran by Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani.

  • Darius in the Shadow of Alexander by Pierre Briant

    Darius in the Shadow of Alexander by Pierre Briant

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    The empathy of the ancient authors with Alexander the Great made it extremely difficult to reveal the character of his rival, Darius III, because even when they refer to Darius, they still speak of Alexander. What we “know” about the last Achaemenid king and his life can be summed up in a few words: the name of his father, the name of his wife, his mother, his daughters, his son, himself before he ascended the throne, little information about his position in the court before he ascended the throne, the names of the battles in which he was defeated, the date of his death and his age at death.

  • Russians in Iran Diplomacy and Power in the Qajar Era and Beyond

    Russians in Iran Diplomacy and Power in the Qajar Era and Beyond

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    Russians in Iran seeks to challenge the traditional narrative regarding Russian involvement Iran and to show that whilst Russia’s historical involvement in Iran is longstanding it is nonetheless much misunderstood. Russia’s influence in Iran between 1800 and the middle of the twentieth century is not simply a story of inexorable intrusion and domination: rather, it is a complex and interactive process of mostly indirect control and constructive engagement. Drawing on fresh archival material, the contributors provide a window into the power and influence wielded in Iran not just by the Russian government through it traditional representatives but by Russian nationals operating in Iran in a variety of capacities, including individuals, bankers, and entrepreneurs. Russians in Iran reveals the multifaceted role that Russians have played in Iranian history and provides an original and important contribution to the history and international relations of Iran, Russia and the Middle East.

  • Persia in Crisis: Safavid Decline and the Fall of Isfahan

    Persia in Crisis: Safavid Decline and the Fall of Isfahan

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    In the description on the back of the book we read: “If the Safavid dynasty had not been destroyed, the future of Iran probably would not have changed much. No rupture occurred”. In part of the book we read: “The Safavid trajectory is in some respects an example of Ibn Khaldun’s famous historical tide theory of the premodern states of the Middle East. The Safavid Empire is a better example of the Ottoman Empire in terms of its short life and sudden fall, and in terms of religious inspiration it helps its emergence and laziness. Its fall is more like the Mongol Empire.

  • The Pursuit of Pleasure: Drugs and Stimulants in Iranian History

    The Pursuit of Pleasure: Drugs and Stimulants in Iranian History

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    This book examines the history of the arrival and use of drugs and alcohol and stimulants such as tea, coffee, tobacco in Iran, especially from the Safavid era onwards. In addition to the use of each of these materials and the social customs associated with them, the author examines the impact of changing patterns of international trade in relation to common customs at all times.

  • Qavam os-Saltaneh by Bāqir ʻĀqilī

    Qavam os-Saltaneh by Bāqir ʻĀqilī

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    This book is a description of the ups and downs of the life of Mirza Ahmad Khan Qavam al-Saltanah, a politician of the Qajar and Pahlavi periods. The book consists of three parts.

  • Memoirs of Ehtesham Al-Saltanah (Farsi Edition)

    Memoirs of Ehtesham Al-Saltanah (Farsi Edition)

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    The present book is a collection of memoirs of “Ehtesham Al-Saltanah” in different stages of his political, cultural and social life along with a description of some constitutional figures. Using his memoirs, the author has made comparative comparisons with other sources and documents. In the first chapter, the family and private life of Ehtesham Al-Saltanah are introduced, and in the second to the sixth chapter, the court and political occupations of Ehtesham Al-Saltanah in the period of “Nasser al-Din Shah”, “Muzaffar al-Din Shah”, “Mohammad Ali Shah”, “Ahmad Shah” And “Reza Shah” is mentioned.

  • Persian Mythology Book by John Hinnells (Farsi)

    Persian Mythology Book by John Hinnells (Farsi)

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    The book “Persian Mythology” is written by “John Hinels”, translated by “Jaleh Amoozgar” and “Ahmad Tafzali”. This book is a comprehensive collection of accurate and simple information about the myths of Iran. The caption on the back of the book states: “Myths are mirrors that reflect images beyond the millennia, and where history and archeology remain silent, myths are spoken and bring human culture to our time from afar, and lofty thoughts and logic.

  • Persian Mythology by John Hinnells (Farsi Edition)

    Persian Mythology by John Hinnells (Farsi Edition)

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    In Iran, in ancient myth, the sky, the earth and the water and everything is like an egg. The sky surrounds the earth like an egg, and the earth in the middle of the sky is like an egg yolk. In the myths of the beginning of the Neolithic era with the prevalence of agriculture and the transformation of human livelihood, human creation is from a plant that has a human form and as it is stated in the text of the book, in Iran, human beings are born from a plant generation that has two branches in the form of Rhubarb.

  • Biography of Shah Abbas by Naṣr Allāh Falsafī

    Biography of Shah Abbas by Naṣr Allāh Falsafī

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    Nasrullah is a philosopher who is one of the great cultural figures and writer, historian and famous contemporary translator, In the book “Biography of Shah Abbas” he talks in detail about the various aspects of the life of this influential figure in the history and culture of this region.

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