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Persian People: Aga Khan I, Tajik People, Abbas Kiarostami, B B, Bah Ull H, Biblical Magi, Mu Ammad Ibn M S Al-Khw Rizm Books LLC

Persian People: Aga Khan I, Tajik People, Abbas Kiarostami, B B, Bah Ull H, Biblical Magi, Mu Ammad Ibn M S Al-Khw Rizm

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Published August 15th 2011
ISBN : 9781156858721
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78 pages
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 76. Chapters: Aga Khan I, Tajik people, Abbas Kiarostami, B b, Bah ull h, Biblical Magi, Mu?ammad ibn M?s?MorePlease note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 76. Chapters: Aga Khan I, Tajik people, Abbas Kiarostami, B b, Bah ull h, Biblical Magi, Mu?ammad ibn M?s? al-Khw?rizm?, Mithridates VI of Pontus, Subh-i-Azal, Ghurid Dynasty, Mumtaz Mahal, Mehdi Naderi, M rz Abb?s N r, Dowlatshah, Takhir Sabirov, Laodice, Mohammad Nourizad, Antoin Sevruguin, Ziyodullo Shahidi, Leyla Milani, Athenais Philostorgos II, List of ancient Persians, Orsabaris, Ustad Ahmad Lahauri, Shirazi, Persian Arab, Robert Shirley, Isias, Tirmidhi, Orodaltis, Ramona Amiri, Mirza Najaf Khan, Mithridates Chrestus, Massoud Mirza Zell-e Soltan, Zohreh Jooya, Arsames, Abraham the Great of Kashkar, Gordafarid, Reza-Qoli Khan Hedayat, Arsaces of Pontus, Darius of Pontus, Arcathius, Saeed Nafisi, Davlatmand Kholov, Ustad Hamahang, Ghaem Magham Farahani, Munabbih ibn Kamil, Muhammadjon Shakuri, Tala Golzar, Muhammad Amin al-Astarabadi, Hystaspes, Mirza Ebrahim Khan Akkas Bashi, Anna Borkowska. Excerpt: The Persian people are part of the Iranian peoples who speak the modern Persian language (Farsi) and closely akin Iranian dialects and languages. The origin of the ethnic Iranian/Persian peoples are traced to the Ancient Iranian peoples, who were part of the ancient Indo-Iranians and themselves part of the greater Indo-European linguistic family. The synonymous usage of Iranian and Persian has persisted over the centuries although some modern Western sources use Iranic/Iranian as a wider term that includes the term Persian as well as related Iranian languages and ethnic groups. However, these terms have been used both synonymously as well as in a complementary fashion since ancient times- as the Ancient Iranian peoples such as the Old Persians, Medes, Bactrians, Parthians and Avesta peoples considered themselves to be part of the greater Iranian ethnic stock. The term Persian translates to from or of Persis which is a ...