Introducing the book of history of ancient Iran
History of Ancient Iran (from the beginning to the extinction of the Qajar dynasty) “by Hassan Pirnia known as Mushir al-Dawla (1219-1314) is one of the writers and historians of the constitutional era and Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani (1377-1247) is the editor of” Yadegar “magazine and cultural representative of Iran in Turkey . This book narrates the history from the beginning of the migration of Aryans to the plateau of Iran until the extinction of the Qajar period.
In part of this book we read:
When the Aryans came to Iran, they were divided into tribes and clans. Each of these tribes and clans occupied parts of the Iranian plateau and lived as tribal monarchies. The most important of these tribes or peoples were, in historical order, the three peoples.
Apart from these, there were other tribes as well, such as the Bakhtiaris in the west and the Kermanis in Kerman, and the Varkanis in Gorgan and the Harkhawats in Rakhj (present-day southern Afghanistan), and so on. The mention of each of these people comes in handy. Of the Iranian Aryans who lived near the plateau of Iran, the names of two peoples should be especially considered.
1- Aryans in the provinces between Aras and Kora and the Caspian Sea
2. Alans or Ases in the lands behind the Caucasus Mountains to the north
The book “Complete History of Iran” is a joint work of three great historians, Hassan Pirnia (Mushir al-Dawla), Seyyed Mohammad Bassam and Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani, which examines a comprehensive, huge and valuable collection of historical events from ancient Iran to post-Islamic Iran. Investigates. This book generally consists of three parts: The first part, which covers the period from ancient Iran to the extinction of the Sassanids (before Islam), has been compiled by Hassan Pirnia.
The second part includes the events of the rise of Islam, the Rashidun Caliphs, the Umayyads and the Abbasids (History of Islam) by Seyyed Mohammad Bassam, and the final part examines the history of post-Islamic Iran by Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani. Each of these sections is divided into separate chapters, which in total, the book consists of 18 chapters.
Important events such as how kings came to the throne, wars and campaigns, the life and political policy of the rulers, domestic and international relations, the living and economic conditions of society, etc. are examined in this collection. The book “Complete History of Iran” has been published by Etelai Vatan Publications and has been made available to those who are interested.
History of Iran before Islam (from ancient Iran to the extinction of the Sassanids) History after Islam (from the rise of Islam to the extinction of the Qajar dynasty) Contemporary history (Pahlavi dynasty and the Islamic Republic)
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The period of pre-Islamic Iran or ancient Iran, which is a brief history of Iran until the extinction of the Sassanids, was written by Hassan Pirnia (Mushir al-Dawla). This section begins with the geographical shape of the Iranian plateau and continues with information about the arrival of the Aryans to the Iranian plateau, their religion, ethics, family, classes, and form of government.
A brief history of Ilam, the history of the Iranian Aryans, the period and material civilization, the first period of the Persians, Alexander’s invasion of Iran and the extinction of the Achaemenid dynasty, the Macedonian and Greek periods (Alexander and the Seleucids), the Parthian period, the Parthian civilization, the Sassanids, The Arab movement towards Iran, the religions of the Sassanid period is one of the chapters of the first part of the history of Iran, ie the pre-Islamic period.
The post-Islamic period, which covers the period from the beginning of Islam to the extinction of the Qajar dynasty, was written by Abbas Iqbal Ashtiani. From Islam, the seasons of Taherians and Alawites of Tabarestan, Dialmeh An Ziar, Dialmeh Al-Buwayh, Saffarians, Samanids, Ghaznavids, Sultans of Ghor, Seljuk Sultans, Atabakans and Khwarezmshahis.
The next part of post-Islamic Iran begins with the history of pre-Safavid Iran and continues with the chapters on Mongol conquest, Mongol politics and customs, the Hulagu invasion of Iran, and the extinction of the Abbasid Caliphate, the Mongol Mongol Sultans, and the Ilkhanate. The Safavid lineage, the reign of Shah Abbas the Great, the Afshari, Zandi and Qajar dynasties, and the constitutionality of Iran are other topics in this chapter.
2- Introducing the book History of Ancient Iran in Aparat