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(4) Zoroastrian art and civilization هنر و تمدن زرتشتی

January 4, 2017

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Christians, Zoroastrians & Iranians Political Culture in late Antiquity : By Dr. Richard E. Payne

August 1, 2016

Ardal County

July 27, 2016

Abraham Lincoln

July 25, 2016

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History of Jihad against the Zoroastrians of Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Tajikistan, and Turkmenistan (634-651)

July 23, 2016

http://www.historyofjihad.org/persia.html

Inscription of Ariyaramna Hakhamanish:

July 20, 2016

INSCRIPTION OF ARIYÂRAMNA HAKHAMANISH ( Ariarmanes ) dedicated to AHURA MAZDA. 
Ariaramnes ( Old Persian Ariyâramna ) was the great-grandfather of the Persian king Darius I the Great and son of Teispes. 
Ariaramnes belonged to the Achaemenid house and was a brother of king Cyrus I of Anšan. He must have ruled in the first quarter of the sixth century BCE.
A short inscription by Ariaramnes was found in 1930 on a gold tablet in Hamadan (ancient Ecbatana) and runs like this:
Ariyâramna \ xšyathiya \ vazraka \ xšâyath

iya \ xšâyathiyânâm \ xšâyathiya \ Pârsâ

\ Cišpaiš \ xšâyathiyahyâ \ puça \ Haxâmanišah

yâ \ napâ \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna \ xšâyathiya

\ iyam \ dahyâuš \ Pârsâ \ tya \ adam \ dârayâ

\ miy \ hya \ uvaspâ \ umartiyâ \ manâ \ baga

\ vazraka \ Auramazdâ \ frâbara \ vasnâ \ Au

ramazdâha \ adam \ xšâyathiya \ iyam \ da

hyâuš \ amiy \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna

\ xšâyathiya \ Auramazdâ \ manâ \ upastâ

m \ baratuv
” Ariaramnes, the great King, king of King , King in Parsa , son of king Teispes, grandson of Achaemenes. King Ariaramnes says: This country Parsa which I hold, which is possessed of good horses, of good men, The Great God Ahuramazda bestowed it upon me. By the favor of Ahuramazda, I am king in this country. King Ariaramnes says: May Ahuramazda bear me help.”

INSCRIPTION OF ARIYÂRAMNA HAKHAMANISH ( Ariarmanes ) dedicated to AHURA MAZDA. 
Ariaramnes ( Old Persian Ariyâramna ) was the great-grandfather of the Persian king Darius I the Great and son of Teispes. 
Ariaramnes belonged to the Achaemenid house and was a brother of king Cyrus I of Anšan. He must have ruled in the first quarter of the sixth century BCE.
A short inscription by Ariaramnes was found in 1930 on a gold tablet in Hamadan (ancient Ecbatana) and runs like this:
Ariyâramna \ xšyathiya \ vazraka \ xšâyath

iya \ xšâyathiyânâm \ xšâyathiya \ Pârsâ

\ Cišpaiš \ xšâyathiyahyâ \ puça \ Haxâmanišah

yâ \ napâ \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna \ xšâyathiya

\ iyam \ dahyâuš \ Pârsâ \ tya \ adam \ dârayâ

\ miy \ hya \ uvaspâ \ umartiyâ \ manâ \ baga

\ vazraka \ Auramazdâ \ frâbara \ vasnâ \ Au

ramazdâha \ adam \ xšâyathiya \ iyam \ da

hyâuš \ amiy \ thâtiy \ Ariyâramna

\ xšâyathiya \ Auramazdâ \ manâ \ upastâ

m \ baratuv
” Ariaramnes, the great King, king of King , King in Parsa , son of king Teispes, grandson of Achaemenes. King Ariaramnes says: This country Parsa which I hold, which is possessed of good horses, of good men, The Great God Ahuramazda bestowed it upon me. By the favor of Ahuramazda, I am king in this country. King Ariaramnes says: May Ahuramazda bear me help.”

History of Iran

July 20, 2016

Who bother about Military History? » Indian Defence Review

July 3, 2016

The short answer to this question, none! After having spent over 30 years in the field, I can say this with certainty. With a few honourable exceptions like late General Palit and General Sinha and late Dr. SN Prasad, this field is bare of any notable figures and solid work. Neither d

Source: Who bother about Military History? » Indian Defence Review

The Eagle, The Dragon, The Elephant and The Bear » Indian Defence Review

July 3, 2016

Indians indeed have never been more confident of their future in history and that is reflected in every field. The elephant is more sure-footed than the Chinese Dragon or the British Lion. This is of course, an analysis, confined to geo-political issues. While all of this may come to naught if say, a San Andreas fault were to

Source: The Eagle, The Dragon, The Elephant and The Bear » Indian Defence Review

General George Patton

June 25, 2016


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