Tag Archives: YAZD

The Peak Of Nader Shah’s Genius In The Battle Of Bagh Avard

  Nader Shah Afshar (August 1688 – 19 June 1747) was the founder of the Afsharid dynasty of Iran and one of the most powerful rulers in Iranian history, ruling as shah of Iran (Persia) from 1736 to 1747 when he was assassinated during a rebellion. He fought numerous campaigns throughout the Middle East, the Caucasus, Central Asia, and South ...

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Kasandan, The Wife Of Cyrus The Great

  Kasandan, Kasadan, or Kasandan was the official and beloved wife of Cyrus the Great, of Achaemenid descent. Kasandan is considered the queen of 28 Asian countries and the most famous queen of the court and the only wife of Cyrus the Great. She was highly respected by Cyrus and ruled the world with the absolute power of the Iranian ...

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How Did The Iranians Expel The Mongols From Iran?

  The Khwarazmian dynasty only lasted for a few decades, until the arrival of the Mongols. Genghis Khan had unified the Mongols, and under him, the Mongol Empire quickly expanded in several directions, until by 1218 it bordered Khwarezm. At that time, the Khwarezmid Empire was ruled by Ala ad-Din Muhammad (1200–1220). Muhammad, like Genghis, was intent on expanding his ...

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The Long History Of Fishnet Stockings

  In the past month alone, Kendall Jenner has worn fishnets paired with clear boots, while Sarah Jessica Parker opted for a pair of statement-making white hosiery. Kate Moss teamed a classic black fishnet stocking with a mini dress. Meanwhile, on the runway, labels like Margiela, Jeremy Scott, and Antonio Marras have been reinventing the open, woven stocking into tops ...

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Marriage of Qajar Children

  Childhood, like the concept of childhood, has often been neglected throughout history. In spite of the social importance of childhood, this period did not show much in social sciences.

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