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Xenophon of Athens (430-c.354 BCE) was a contemporary of Plato...
Women in Ancient Persia
Women in ancient Persia were not only highly respected but, in...
Twelve Great Women of Ancient Persia
Women in ancient Persia had more rights and greater freedom than...
Anahita is the ancient Persian goddess of fertility, water, health...
The Behistun Inscription is a relief with accompanying text carved...
Fire Temples are places of worship in the Zoroastrian religion...
Xerxes I (l. 519-465, r. 486-465 BCE), also known as Xerxes...
The Marduk Prophecy
The Marduk Prophecy is an Assyrian document dating to between 713-612...
Mithra is the Persian god of the rising sun, contracts, covenants...
The faravahar is the best-known symbol from ancient Persia of the...
Ancient Persian Religion
Ancient Persian religion was a polytheistic faith which corresponds...
Mesopotamia (from the Greek, meaning 'between two rivers&rsquo...