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Surprising Find of Unknown Gaelic Translation of Ibn Sīna in Spine of Irish Book

By |2021-01-29T18:15:14-07:00January 29th, 2021|Education, Europa and Eire-An (Ancient Iran/Persia), Heritage, Iran and Europe, Khwarazmshah, Learning, Literature, Medieval: 652 A.D. – 1500 A.D., Modern: 1501 A.D. - Present, News, Safavid|

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Geography of Roman-Iranian Wars: Military Operations of Rome and Sasanian Iran

By |2021-01-08T13:28:03-07:00January 8th, 2021|Ancient: Prehistory – 651 A.D., Iran and Europe, News, Sassanian Military History, Sassanians|

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Ancient 70-Mile-Long Wall Found in Western Iran. But Who Built It?

By |2021-01-08T12:36:36-07:00January 8th, 2021|Ancient: Prehistory – 651 A.D., Archaeology, Architecture, Cultural and Endangered Sites, Engineering, Heritage, Iran and Europe, News, Parthian, Parthian Military History, Sassanian Military History, Sassanians|

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Lecture by Prof. Nicholas Sekunda (September 23, 2020): The Persian Invasions of Greece Reconsidered

By |2020-09-12T22:38:01-07:00September 12th, 2020|Achaemenid Military History, Achaemenids, Ancient: Prehistory – 651 A.D., Cultural News and Events, Europa and Eire-An (Ancient Iran/Persia), Greece-Persia Links, Hellenic and Seleucid, Heritage, Iran and Europe, News|

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King Arthur (Part II): Some Literary, Archaeological and Historical Evidence

By |2020-08-31T22:13:11-07:00August 30th, 2020|Anthropology, Archaeology, Heritage, Iran and Caucasia, Iran and Europe, Military History 1900-Present, Parthian, Parthian Military History, People of Iran and Origins, Sassanian Military History, Sassanians, Scythian, Zoroastrianism|

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