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December, 2, 931 A.D.:
Iran Regains Independence


The Iranian forces leaded by Mardaviz Ziari defeated Abbasi forces near Isfahan, then entered the city and called Isfahan the capital of all of Iran. In a series of battles Arab Abbasi forces were crushed in Kashan, Hamedan and other central Iran cities. In a speech Mardaviz made for people, he poin... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 1221 A.D.:
Jalal ad-Din Defeated By Genghis Khan at The Battle of Indus


The Battle of the Indus was fought at the Indus river, in the year 1221 between Jalal ad-Din Mingburnu, the sultan of the Khwarezmian dynasty and his only remaining forces of thirty thousand against the two hundred thousand strong Mongolian army of Genghis Khan. Background Jalal ad-Din Mingburnu was... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 1510 A.D.:
The Battle Of Marv


The Battle of Marv took place on Dec, 2, 1510 and ended with a decisive victory for the Safavid Dynasty over the Uzbek invasion of Khorasan. As a result, Persia regained control of the Greater Khorasan: north-eastern and east of present Iran, southern parts of present day Turkmenistan, and western a... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 1733 A.D.:
Second Siege Of Baghdad Ends In Peace


Nader's ambition of driving the Turks from the Persian frontiers required having a winning card against Ottomans. On Feb, 8, Nader passed Tigris on a raft with 2500 men. The governor of Baghdad who was watching his motions sent 30000 men against him with a formidable train of artillery; upon which e... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 1920 A.D.:
British Warning To Iran


Those were times when Britain was enjoying the advantages of being a superpower, bullying in Iran. On Dec, 2, 1920 the British representative gave a notice to the Iranian government to concede all affairs related to Kazak forces to the Great Britain. They wanted everything including management, logi... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 1922 A.D.:
Warlord Of Jungle Decapitated


Mirza Kouchak Khan was known as the Warlord of Jungle. His name was Yunos, the son of Mirza Bozorg. He was born in 1880 in Rasht during some of the darkest days of Iran's history. Iran was under direct influence of Russian and British occupation forces. He studied in Haji Hasan's school in Salehabad... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 2014 A.D.:
It's Official: Skeleton Found Under Parking Lot Is Richard III | Popular Science


IT'S OFFICIAL: SKELETON FOUND UNDER PARKING LOT IS RICHARD III A COMBINATION OF DNA EVIDENCE AND HISTORICAL RESEARCH CONFIRM THE REMAINS BELONG TO THE MISSHAPEN MONARCH By Mary Beth Griggs One of the biggest missing person’s cases in the world has finally been solved. Or, at least, the biggest mis... Read Full Article:


December, 2, 2015 A.D.:
Iran’s Enduring Impact


Concordia professor Richard Foltz’s new book explores the ancient civilization’s influence on the West Newswise — Montreal, December 1, 2015 — In recent days, Iran has made headlines for issues including a nuclear deal with Russia, human rights violations and the imprisonment of a Western jo... Read Full Article:

Periods of the Iranian/Persian History by Dynasties