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September, 25, 539 B.C.:
The Battle of Opis


The armies of Persia under Cyrus the Great and the Neo-Babylonian Empire under Nabonidus engaged at the Battle of Opis, fought on Sep, 25, 539 BC. At the time, Babylonia was the last major power in western Asia that was not yet under Persian control. The battle was fought near the strategic riversi... Read Full Article:


September, 25, 552 A.D.:
Iran-Roman Peace Treaty


The Roman army was defeated in Caucasia and peace negotiations went on for some time. Finally the Romans accepted to pay a fine equal to 3400 kilograms of gold in exchange for peace. According to this agreement, the first payment which was received by King Anoushirvan. Romans had started the war and... Read Full Article:


September, 25, 1902 A.D.:
Ruhollah Khomeini Is Born


Ruhollah Musavi Khomeini was born in the town of Khomein about 300 kilometers south of Tehran as the son and grandson of known clerics. Khomeini lost his father when he was still an infant. Educated in Arak then Qom, he became a distinguished religious scholar and started teaching in Feyziyeh. His w... Read Full Article:


September, 25, 1998 A.D.:
Iran Sets Rushdie Off The Hook


''The Government of the Islamic Republic of Iran has no intention, nor is it going to take any action whatsoever, to threaten the life of the author of The Satanic Verses or anybody associated with his work, nor will it encourage or assist anybody to do so,'' the Iranian Foreign Minister, Kamal Khar... Read Full Article:


September, 25, 2014 A.D.:
Tehran museum displays photos, cameras of the past


Tehran museum displays photos, cameras of the past TEHRAN, Sep. 24 (MNA) – Iranian head of ‘Akaskhaneh’ museum has said old photography instruments and devices have gone on show there. Mojgan Tariqi said that Akaskhaneh (Persian for photo gallery) Museum includes all devices and instruments us... Read Full Article:


September, 25, 2014 A.D.:
MY POSTCARD-PAGE: IRAN ~Treasury - The Levee Stone Figure-Persepolis-Shiraz - UNESCO~


IRAN ~Treasury - The Levee Stone Figure-Persepolis-Shiraz - UNESCO~ Card 2 coming from Iran...had to wait for over 6 years to get another one^^...a beautiful relief from one of the world’s most magnificent and unique archaeological sites... Big Thanks David (see his travel pictures here)!! http://... Read Full Article:

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