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India-Iran: When The King Of Persia Hosted Rabindranath Tagore...
thebetterindia.com 17/02/2018 History
Here’s the forgotten story of Rabindranath Tagore’s historic visit to Iran and the fascinating perspectives his Persian sojourn left behind. by Sancha...View Details»

Ancient Limestone Relief Is Seized at European Art Fair ...
nytimes.com 30/10/2017 History
By JAMES C. McKINLEY Jr.OCT. 29, 2017 The European Fine Art Fair at the Park Avenue Armory is an elegant event during which wealthy collectors browse...View Details»

Syria Pursuit of Soccer History Alive After Draw With Ally Iran ...
stuff.co.nz 06/09/2017 Fun
*** Enjoy a carriage ride around Imam Square. Welcome to what could be the friendliest country on earth. Iran is the jewel in Islam's crown, combining...View Details»

Vacation in Iran ...
newyorker.com 17/04/2017 Fun
When I was a child, we often spent our time—at home and on trips—hiding from the revolution. Today’s youth is getting to rediscover the country. Photo...View Details»

Royal Bonds: How the Mother, Wife, and Daughter of Darius III Became F...
ancient-origins.net 28/12/2016 History
27 December, 2016 - By Natalia Klimczak Alexander the Great abruptly ended the reign of Darius III, and with it he saw the demise of the Achaemenid ...View Details»

The 5 Most Powerful Empires in History ...
scout.com 07/09/2016 History
Akhilesh Pillalamarri Yesterday at 9:47 AM Of all the empires that arose and thrived on the face of this earth, which were the five most powerful? Thi...View Details»

Discovering Cyrus the Great's Secrets in Modern Iran ...
thediplomat.com 10/08/2016 History
2,500 years after his death, Cyrus the Great’s tomb in Iran remains a site of mystery and wonder. By Akhilesh Pillalamarri February 19, 2016 The Smith...View Details»

Why Is Modern Iran So Sensitive to Treason? Ancient History. ...
thediplomat.com 10/08/2016 History
Most countries don’t tolerate traitors, but Iran is particularly sensitive. Akhi 18 By Akhilesh Pillalamarri August 09, 2016 Any country would be unne...View Details»

Preserving Persia’s glorious past | The University of Chicago...
uchicago.edu 17/05/2016 History
By William Harms Photo courtesy of the Oriental Institute Although it has remained for 2,500 years a collection of toppled columns, ornate but broken...View Details»

The Silk Roads: A New History of the World – Book Review...
blogs.lse.ac.uk 03/04/2016 Arts
The book shows how globalisation didn't start with Western expansion, writes Lee Evans The Silk Roads: A New History of the World. Peter Frankopan. ...View Details»


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