The Mongol conquests in the 13th century had tremendous effects all over Eurasia. Hence it seems worthwhile to ask how the invasions of Genghis Khan (624-1227 CE) and his descendants and subsequent f
Tabriz: Principal urban center of Mongols
The music album of “Red Phone of Hamoun” was unveiled on the sidelines of a meeting of the board of trustees of the Iranian Music Association with Mahmoud Salari, the deputy minister of culture and Islamic guidance for art affairs.
‘Red Phone of Hamoun’ music album unveiled
From ancient times, the human being has always sought different ways to adapt himself to natural and climatic situations and geographical limitations.
Bakhtiari people: Largest surviving nomadic tribe in Zagros Mountains
Few illustrated manuscripts are as coveted as the one featuring in an upcoming Sotheby's sale this October.
Rare Persian folio could set new auction record for an Islamic work on paper
The Sassanid Dynasty (224-651 CE) ruled a territory that encompassed not only the Iranian high plateau, but also Mesopotamia with its capital Ctesiphon on the Tigris, parts of Georgia and Armenia in the southern Caucasus, and large areas of modern-day Afghanistan and Central Asia to the east.
Art of glassmaking in Sassanid Empire

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