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         Iran History:     more books (100)
  1. A History of Iran: Empire of the Mind by Michael Axworthy, 2010-03-09
  2. A History of Modern Iran by Ervand Abrahamian, 2008-07-28
  3. The History of Iran (The Greenwood Histories of the Modern Nations) by Elton L. Daniel, 2008-10-30
  4. Understanding Iran: Everything You Need to Know, From Persia to the Islamic Republic, From Cyrus to Ahmadinejad by William R. Polk, 2009-10-27
  5. Comprehensive History of the Jews of Iran: The Outset of the Diaspora by Habib Lavi, Hooshang Ebrami, 1999-06
  6. Negotiating with Iran: Wrestling the Ghosts of History (Cross-Cultural Negotiation Books) by John W. Limbert, 2009-09-14
  7. A Social History of Sexual Relations in Iran by Willem Floor, 2008-08-04
  8. Modern Iran: Roots and Results of Revolution, Updated Edition by Nikki R. Keddie, 2006-08-01
  9. Immortal: A Military History of Iran and Its Armed Forces by Steven R. Ward, 2009-03-15
  10. Democracy in Iran: History and the Quest for Liberty by Ali Gheissari, Vali Nasr, 2009-07-24
  11. The Economic History of Iran, 1800-1914 (Centre for Middle Eastern Studies)
  12. Mohammad Mosaddeq and the 1953 Coup in Iran (Modern Intellectual and Political History of the Middle East)
  13. Factional Politics in Post-Khomeini Iran (Modern Intellectual and Political History of the Middle East) by Mehdi Moslem, 2002-10
  14. Safavid Iran: Rebirth of a Persian Empire (Library of Middle East History) by Andrew J. Newman, 2008-12-15

1. Iran History
Ancient Iran PreHistory Iran - The Elamite Dynasty - The Elamite Empire - Aryan Migration. The Median Empire The Empire of the Median (M dh ) Dynasty;
Ancient Iran
Pre-History Iran
The History of Elam The Elamite Empire Aryans' Immigration
The Median Empire
The Empire of the Median (Mâdhâ) Dynasty; 728-550BCE
Median and Achæmenid Empire of Iran
The Achaemenid Empire
Achaemenid (Hakhâmaneshiyân) Dynasty (550-330BCE)
Map of Iran under Achaemenid Dynasty Achaemenid Army Achaemenid Royal Inscriptions ... Excerpts From The Fall of the Peacock Throne
The Persian Wars
The Persian Wars (by Livio C. Stecchini)
The Persian Wars (HWC) The Persian Wars by Herodotus
Persepolis and ancient Iran: Thumbnail
Images of Persepolis Persepolis, the Sacred City Persepolis ... Persepolis, a virtual reconstruction
The Seleucid Period The Seleucid dynasty Persia After the Death of Alexander and Its Resistance To Hellenistic World The Parthian Empire The Empire of the Parthian (Ashkâniân ) Dynasty; 248BCE-224CE The Parthian Empire The Parthian Army 250 BC to AD 225: Parthian Empire ... Parthia (Images) The Sassanid Empire Sassanid Persia 226-642 Sasanian Empire The Sassanids to 500 CE The Sassanid Army ... Sasanika Persia: General History of the Persian Empire Ancient Iranian Army Articles on Ancient Persia Persia (Internet History Sourcebook) ... Herodotus: On The Customs of the Persians, c. 430 BCE

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3. Iran History
7th century BC Media a Great Power. Around 600 BC Zarathustra lives in eastern Iran. 6th century BC Persians win the whole of Iran and the Middle East
7th century BC: Media a Great Power.
Around 600 BC: Zarathustra lives in eastern Iran.
6th century BC: Persians win the whole of Iran and the Middle East (under kings like Cyrus 2, Kambyses, Dareios 1). The Persian Empire rules from the capital Perspolis
5th century BC Wars against the Greeks. Land is gained all the way to the Ægian Sea.
4th century BC: The structure of the state dissolves.
330 BC: Alexander the Great warfare subjugates the northern and most populated parts of Iran. 324 BC: The returning campaign of Alexander's takes control over the southern parts of Iran.
3rd century BC: After years of fighting at the aftermath of Alexander, the Partians become the new rulers, and their kingdom becomes one of the big powers in the Middle East
225 AD: Kingdom of the Sassinids, a new grand era. Zoroastrianism becomes the state religion.
conquer Iran. From this time on, the people of Iran are slowly converting into Islam
Time of Seljuks and the Mongols.
Ismail 1 of the Safavide dynasty establishes an Iranian national state. Shi'i Islam is defined as the religion of the state. Major efforts are put into winning

4. Strategy For Adding CMS To Static Site [Archive] - Search Engine Watch Forums as the orginal dir is still only 3 dir deep.
Search Engine Watch Forums Search Engine Marketing Strategies Search Engine Optimization Dynamic Website and Technical Issues ... PDA View Full Version : Strategy for adding CMS to static site polaatx 07-16-2007, 11:43 PM Here's the scenario that many of you probably have encountered:
Client hired an SEO firm last year which built him a 20-page static site. Now client wants to get into corporate blogging, offer forums, newsletters, ability to self-publish a lot of text and images.
Obviously a CMS is the way to go. But the SEO firm says, "wait a minute! the site is going to take a hit on rankings" I've shown them code output from drupal and they agree it looks clean, but they insist the current static pages should be left undisturbed, because:
URL's will change
But more importantly: search engines cannot or do not index dynamic content as well as they index static content.
The firm suggests keeping the static site and then build new content on a CMS running in the very same directory. The nav menu would remain static and I would have to copy it over to the CMS every time it is updated.
I have pretty much agreed with the firm, until I visited and noticed the articles about mod-rewrite and 301's.

5. Iran 2000/2001: Ghar AliSadr Caving Expedition
History of exploration. The natural entrance to Ghar Alisadr is a sinkhole that takes meltwater during the winter months and the early spring certainly
Ghar Alisadr (Iran, Hamadan Province)
History of exploration

The natural entrance to Ghar Alisadr is a sinkhole that takes meltwater during the winter months and the early spring - certainly known for a long time to the locals. Fritsch (1995) says that 2.500 years ago locals have already used the karst water emerging from the cave's large static subterranean aquifer for agricultural purposes. The aforementioned date is reportedly proven by an inscription referring to the Archaemenid king Dareios I. (521 - 485 B.C.) at this site, who ordered an artificial tunnel to be dug to fetch water from the cave. However, no evidence of an inscription and an old tunnel was seen during either the 2000 or 2001 speleological projects. It is most likely that there might be confusion with an existent famous ancient inscription site at Hamadan. Access to the cave through the sinkhole was difficult in the past as the cave was blocked by boulders.
The SINA Mountaineering Club from Hamadan discovered Ghar Alisadr. Hajiloo (1998) refers to the archives of the club: On a Friday in mid-October 1964 a group of 14 club members managed to enter the cave. By using truck inner tubes they made a first 5 hours trip in Ghar Alisadr. At the time of discovery the water level inside the cave was significantly higher than today and progress was much more difficult for the first explorers bearing in mind that the equipment available did not include wetsuits or any other standardised caving outfit.

6. Naghsh-i Jahan: Answer To The "Loneliness Of Liberalism" | [ Ali Torkzadeh ]
I’m standing in Naghshi Jahan Square of Isfahan built by Shah Abbas I when this city was the capital of the Safavid Dynasty. The label square does not do
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Ali Torkzadeh Portfolio Blog ... Lessons from the Past
Naghsh-i Jahan: Answer to the "Loneliness of Liberalism"
The image verification code you entered is incorrect. Submitted by Ali on Sat, 2006-11-18 17:08. Naghsh-i Jahan Square , view from the iwan at Ali Qapu Palace. Could brick and mortar help harmonize a society? In the West, the question might bring to mind building border fences to keep out illegal immigrants and terrorists. The Iranians of an age long gone had something else in mind. I’m standing in Naghsh-i Jahan Square of Isfahan built by Shah Abbas I when this city was the capital of the Safavid Dynasty. The label "square" does not do it justice. It’s more like a rectangular arena the size of perhaps four or five football fields, so big that during this hazy day people on the other side are not visible.
What's the king doing? Where are the mullahs? Naghsh-i Jahan Square, one of the largest in the world, held the answers in the Iran of 400 years ago.

7. Iran History
The History of Modern Day Iran. Fifteen hundred years before the arrival of Alexander the Great, a semi nomadic tribe left the region around the northern
The History of Modern Day Iran
Fifteen hundred years before the arrival of Alexander the Great, a semi nomadic tribe left the region around the northern part of the Caspian Sea and began moving onto a vast plateau in what is now Iran. It happened at about 2000-1800 B.C. Before the nomads, Persia was inhabited by the civilization of the Elamites. Eventually the newcomers, a people known as Aryans (the later Medes and Persians) settled there, in an area now called Fars. The Greeks called this plateau Persis, which is where the name Persia comes from. In modern times the name Persia was changed to Iran, which comes from the word Aryanam, meaning “Land of the Aryans”. At first the Persian people had to compete with their rivals, the Medians. The Persians finally conquered Media in 550 B.C. under the leadership of the first and greatest king Cyrus the Great. After also conquering the Lydian empire and filling his treasury with money, Cyrus organized a military campaign to the ancient kingdom of Babylonia. While in Babylonia, Cyrus freed the Jews in captivity there and let them return to Palestine. Cyrus called his empire the Achaemenid, after his ancestor, Achaemenes. Upon Cyrus’ death, his son Cambyses became king. Even though Cambyses invaded and conquered much of Egypt and Nubia, he is most well known as being a tyrant and madman who murdered his own family. When Cambyses died, Darius I, a relative of Cambyses and a general in the Persian army, took over the throne.

8. Famous Iranian Thinkers_Avicenna
Avicenna. Biography. Ibn Sina (Avicenna) (9801037) is one of the foremost philosophers of the golden age of Islamic tradition that also includes al-Farabi
Free Web Site Free Web Space and Site Hosting Web Hosting Internet Store and Ecommerce Solution Provider ... High Speed Internet Search the Web Avicenna Biography Ibn Sina (Avicenna) (980-1037) is one of the foremost philosophers of the golden age of Islamic tradition that also includes al-Farabi and Ibn Rushd . He is also known as al-Sheikh al-Rais (Leader among the wise men) a title that was given to him by his students. His philosophical works were one of the main targets of al-Ghazali ’s attack on philosophical influences in Islam. In the west he is also known as the "Prince of Physicians" for his famous medical text al-Qanun "Canon". In Latin translations, his works influenced many Christian philosophers, most notably Thomas Aquinas CORPUS (Works) In Original Language (Arabic/Persian):

9. Iran, History, And Preventive War--Dan Smith- FCNL
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Alternatives to War by Colonel Dan Smith , USA (Ret.)
Iran, History, and Preventive War
Meditations on the Tarot (Anonymous) Given the quality of the challenges made and the responses elicited, it appears that neither president did very much to actually unravel the Iranian nuclear conundrum. Even in Iran
This analysis was prepared by Col. Dan Smith, U.S. Army (Ret.). Dan, a West Point graduate and Vietnam veteran, is FCNL's Senior Fellow on Military Affairs. Reviewed: More on Alternatives to War back to top Site Map Contact

10. Global Citizen 2000 - Minoroty Groups
The Islamic Republic of Iran is attempting to strike a delicate balance by welcoming the technological modernism of the West, while maintaining a
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11. Iran History
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12. Iran Gemzies - Videos - Iran History - Iran History - Gemzies
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13. Iranian Air Force History Miscel
Colonel Ahmad Khan Nakhjavan Breguet 19. author s collection. F 13 in Teheran, Persia possibly part of an Exhibition sent to Tehran
can you help with photographs or documentation Iranian Air Force History
miscellaneous information found during research Colonel Ahmad Khan Nakhjavan
Breguet -19
author's collection F 13 in Teheran, Persia
possibly part of an Exhibition sent to Tehran A postcard posted in Düsseldorf, Germany July 1926 produced by the Junker's Company Detail from the postcard showing an early Junker's Ju F13 aircraft The two Ju F13s were known as " Gilan " and " Mazanderan "
The funds to buy the two aircraft from Germany in 1921 (date needs verifying) had been raised by the people of the Caspian Sea, Gilan-Mazanderan Provinces in northern Iran, following an appeal by the Iranian Prime Minister Reza Shah Pahlavi (later to become His Royal Highness, the Shah)
(Can anyone identify the officer on the horse ?)

14. History Of Iran
HISTORY. The ancient nation of Iran, historically known to the West as Persia and once a major empire in its own right, has been overrun frequently and has
The ancient nation of Iran, historically known to the West as Persia and once a major empire in its own right, has been overrun frequently and has had its territory altered throughout the centuries. Invaded by Arabs, Seljuk Turks, Mongols, and othersand often caught up in the affairs of larger powersIran has always reasserted its national identity and has developed as a distinct political andcultural entity. Archeological findings have placed knowledge of Iranian prehistory at middle paleolithic times (100,000 years ago). The earliest sedentary cultures date from 18,000-14,000 years ago. The sixth millennium B.C. saw a fairly sophisticated agricultural society and proto-urban population centers. Many dynasties have ruled Iran, the first of which was under the Achaemenians (559-330 B.C.), a dynasty founded by Cyrus the Great. After the Hellenistic period (300-250 B.C.) came the Parthian (250 B.C.-226 A.D.) and the Sassanian (226-651) dynasties. The seventh-century Arab-Muslim conquest of Iran was followed by conquests by the Seljuk Turks, the Mongols, and Tamerlane. Iran underwent a revival under the Safavid dynasty (1502-1736), the most prominent figure of which was Shah Abbas. The conqueror Nadir Shah and his successors were followed by the Zand dynasty, founded by Karim Kahn, and later the Qajar (1795-1925) and the Pahlavi dynasties(1925-1979). Modern Iranian history began with a nationalist uprising against the Shah (who remained in power) in 1905, the granting of a limited constitution in 1906, and the discovery of oil in 1908. In 1921, Reza Khan, an Iranian officer of the Persian Cossack Brigade, seized control of the government. In 1925, he made himself Shah, ruling as Reza Shah Pahlavi for almost 16 years and installing the new Pahlavi dynasty. Under his reign, Iran began to modernize and to secularize politics, and the central government reasserted its authority over the tribes and provinces. In September 1941, following the Allies' (U.K.-Soviet Union) occupation of western Iran, Reza Shah was forced to abdicate.

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17. Persian History -
Timeline Timeline Iran - 8000-2000 B.C. (The Metropolitan Museum of Art) - Timeline Iran - 2000-1000 B.C.

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http// Comprehensive collection of links concerning the history of the neighbouring country Iran.
The Regional Index of the Oriental Institute of the Uni Chicago. Good starting point. Biblical Archaeology
Links to Resources, Maps, Organizations, Excavations,... MENIC - The Middle East Network Information Center
Elaborated link list by the University of Texas Mesopotamia
A collection of informational sites for middle school students Mesopotamia
From the 'Internet Ancient History Sourcebook', very large Link List Mesopotamian Links Links ordered by topics -Very well done! Pars Times: Iran - History Comprehensive collection of links concerning the history of the neighbouring country Iran. Project History: Ancient Civilizations

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