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Persian Culture of Iran, Republic of Iran, Iranians, Iranian Cultures, Ancient Cultures, Persian Culture (1326 words)
Iranian Cuisine: In Persian mythology, Persian food is so delicious and tempting that Ahriman (the devil) uses it to corrupt the King of the land, causing two serpents to sprout from the King's shoulders, turning him into an evil tyrant; Zahhak The Dragon King.
Women in Persian Culture: In the tales of the 1001 Nights, it is a woman, Sheherazade, who is the protagonist and heroine of the frame tale.
Traditional cultural inheritors of the old Persia: Like the Persian Rug that exhibits numerous colors and forms in a dazzling display of warmth and creativity, Persian culture is the glue that bonds the peoples of western and central Asia.
Persian Empire - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (4183 words)
Cyrus rallied the Persians together, and in 550 BC defeated the forces of Astyages, who was then captured by his own nobles and turned over to the triumphant Cyrus, now Shah of a unified Persian kingdom.
The unrivaled dominance of the Persians on all affairs of the administration of the Caliphate led to the spread and blossoming of Persian culture, science, mathematics, and medicine, throughout the Arab world.
In 913, West-Persia was conquered by the Buwayhid, a native Persian tribal confederation from the shores of the Caspian Sea.
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