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Shab-e Yalda: A Warm Welcome to Winter, Felicitous Farewell to Fall

By |2020-07-01T22:38:30-07:00December 16th, 2018|Achaemenids, Christianity and Iran, Culture, Europa and Eire-An (Ancient Iran/Persia), Heritage, Iran and Caucasia, Iran and Europe, Iran and Turkey, Mithraism, Mythology and Nowruz, Parthian, Sassanians, Zoroastrianism|

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Two New courses for Fall 2018

By |2020-07-01T22:38:34-07:00September 8th, 2018|Achaemenid Military History, Achaemenids, Anthropology, Archaeology, Architecture, Bronze Age, Burnt City, Central Asia, China, Christianity and Iran, Clothing and Attire, Courses and Curricula, Culinary Arts, Cultural and Endangered Sites, Cultural News and Events, Culture, Cyrus the Great, Daghestan, Education, Elam, Europa and Eire-An (Ancient Iran/Persia), Greece-Persia Links, India and Asia, Iran, Iran and Caucasia, Iran and Central Asia, Iran and China, Iran and Europe, Iran and India, Iran and Japan, Iran and the Persian Gulf, Iran and Turkey, Jews and Iran, Jiroft, Judeo-Christian Theology, Learning, Literature, Medes, Medicine, Military History 1900-Present, Mithraism, Mythology and Nowruz, Neolithic Era, Parthian, Parthian Military History, People of Iran and Origins, Persian Gulf, Pre-Achaemenid, Sassanian Military History, Sassanians, Science, Scythian, Shahnameh, Technology, The Kurds, Travel Roads and Shipping, Turco-Iranian or Persianate Civilization, UNESCO, Women of Persia, Zoroastrianism|

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King Arthur [Part I]: Some Literary, Archaeological and Historical evidence

By |2020-07-01T22:38:35-07:00July 8th, 2018|Anthropology, Archaeology, Heritage, Iran and Caucasia, Iran and Europe, Military History 1900-Present, Mythology and Nowruz, Zoroastrianism|

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