Meaning : Former Name Of Iran, Former name of Iran,
Origin : Arabic,
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Numerology information Persia:
Name Number: 5 Meaning: Motion, Change, Freedom, Diversity, Liberty, Choice, Interest, Search, Risk, Danger, Fear
Additional information Persia:
Biblical Meaning: The name Persia is a Biblical baby name. In Biblical the meaning of the name Persia is: That cuts or divides, a nail, a gryphon, a horseman.
Definition funny of Persia:
the most civilized and powerful empire until even after the romans fell. in 559 BC, the persian king Cyrus the great defeated the Mades controlling what is now iran, iraq, and some other countries. Cyrus set out to create a powerful empire. in fact, he created THE FIRST EMPIRE. the word "Persia" comes from the greek word "persis" which means empire. the relative strength of the persian empire at the height of its power was like the relative strength of modern day, china, india, russia, EU, US and japan put together. the persians were the first people in history to give men and women equal rights, abolish slavery and write the very first human and animal bill of rights. they also built in 400s BC the very first stadium, the apadana in persepolis (later burnt down by alexander). the apadana was able to seat 15 (yes, fifteen thousand) people in it, with space left for a grand ceremony. this massive bulding was roofed. unlike the collosium. the arcitectural and worth of this single building, if it lived through the fire alexander put it through, would have dwarfed the city of rome. The persian empire was a god compared to rome. when rome attacked persia (battle of carhae) with 44 thousand soldiers, a 10 thousand man army from the persian empire crushed the romans, and sent tehir general's head back to rome. people commonly mistake persians for arabs, this is a fatal mistake, persians are aryans like the germans. they migrated from southern russia. NEVER CALL A PERSIAN AN ARAB! THEY WILL SNAP, THEY MIGHT DO SOMETHING DANGEROUS TO YOUR HEALTH AND/OR REPUTATION! the persian empire at the height of its power ruled from eastern india, to southern russia, to egypt, to thrace and the persian gulf. they ruled over 80% of the civilized world. the end of persian supremacy: after the arab invasion of persia, their culture was weakened by islam. the islamic hordes burnt all books in the persia libraries, destroying the knowledge that took europe 1000 years to re-invent. even after the arab invasion, persia still held a powerful seat in international sayings. Nader (Na-dde-r) shah of persia, restored the persian glory around the 1600s. modern persia: until 1935, persia was the actuall name, after than, reza shah changed that to "iran" which was the original name the mades and other aryan tribes gave it. the word "iran" literally means "land of the aryans". in 1953, a coup organized by the CIA to bring down iran's first democrtically elected official (mossadeq) because he nationalized the oil industry. they then installed the dictatoric mohamad reza shah, who was a puppet of the americans. he was overthrown in 1979 after the islamic revolution. which produced a more democratic government compared to the Shah's, but not quite democratic enough. in 1980, iraq invaded iran. possibly a work of the CIA, or the americans, in payback for the iranian's hostage crisis (that was nothing compared to what the US did later to iran). iran fought iraq bravely for 8 years, contributed some 1 million casualties, and pushed iraq back. at this time, iran had no weapons program. iraq was aided by the west with sattelite pictures, and chemical and biological weapons, which they launched into iranian cities. after the war was over, at around 1995, iran started to produce its own fighter jet, and tank. they recently developed their medium range missile. they are now working on their controversial nuclear energy program, which the US labels as a plot to develop nuclear weapons. Conclusion: the persian empire was the longest lasting power on earth. it lasted for about 1500 years as a world power. 1200 of those, it was THE world power. if it were up to me, the only nation truely deserving of being called an empire was the persian empire. iran is doing much better than all other islamic countries at the moment. it holds 17% of all of the world's resources. it has what it takes to become an empire again, but unfortunatly, the current world power, and the current government make that impossible. you generally dont learn about the persian empire in schools in the US, canada, mexico, and most of europe, simply because of politics. to give you an image of what they are not teaching you, consider this: you were never taught about rome, wwi, wwii, the cold war and the american colonies. all those put together come close to the magnitude of the importance of the persian empire in shaping the world as we see it today.
the persian empire conquered 80% of the civilized world, and managed to keep its borders intact for 1500 years.
Greek name of the empire of ruled by the Indo-European peoples of the Iranian plateau during the Achaemenid dynasty. The name got carried over by Europeans for more than two millennia. In actuality the inhabitants of “Persia” for millennia have called it Iran, meaning “land of the Aryans”. “Persians”, Iranians, were responsible for some of the greatest contributions to the modern world. Some examples are the concepts of universal human rights under Cyrus, or Kourosh, the Great, the development of the first postal system, intercontinental road system known as the “Royal Road”, modern algebra, medical procedures and analysis of disease, and overall the first empire to form a multicultural basis and the concepts of “states” which have formed the basis of organization that nearly all modern countries follow to this day.
Persians have formed some of the most fundamental concepts in Math, Biology, Chemistry, governmental organization, and modern human rights.
The BEST country in the WORLD with the most attractive people which unfortunately got screwed by a couple of turban-wearing cockroaches with lice crawling beards.
Persia is also known as Iran but call it Persia anyway.
Where all your dreams come true! Actually, Both a country (Iran) and once an empire (sassanid, selucid, and just plain Persian.) Birthplace of Zoroastrianism, and the coolest person in C3C, XERXES I!
Expression information Persia:
People with this name are excited by change, adventure, and excitement. They are dynamic, visionary and versatile, able to make constructive use of freedom. They fight being restricted by rules and conventions. They tend to be optomistic, energetic, intelligent, and to make friends easily. They may be changeable, restless, untidy, and rebellious.
Soul information Persia:
People with this name have a deep inner desire for a stable, loving family or community, and a need to work with others and to be appreciated.
Songs about Persia:
Raupach: Siroe, re di Persia - "O placido il mare" by Cecilia Bartoli from the Album St. Petersburg [+digital booklet]
The Prince Of Persia by Harry Gregson-Williams from the Album Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time
Prince of Persia (From "Prince of Persia") by The Hollywood LA Soundtrack Orchestra from the Album Moviehits
Gypsy from Persia(Persion Violin Dance) by Mosavo from the Album Desert Pasage
Chopin in Persia by Maria Pomianowska & Friends from the Album Oriental Garden Vol. 8
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time (Main Theme) by Movie Sounds Unlimited from the Album Fantasy Movie & TV Themes
Bach's Persia by David Darling from the Album Open Window
Books about Persia:
To Persia, With Love by Doreen Corley and Lauren Wiest (Feb 26, 2014)
Persia and the Bible by Edwin M. Yamauchi and Donald Wiseman (Feb 12, 1997)
Persia the Hooker (Crack House Stories Book 1) by Nolan Smith (Jul 1, 2014)
Persia: The Final Jihad by Mike Evans (2013)
The Seven Great Monarchies Of The Ancient Eastern World, Vol 5: Persia The History, Geography, And Antiquities... by George Rawlinson (Mar 24, 2011)
Prince Atif the greatest prince of persia by charlie james jr (Oct 17, 2014)
Ancient Persia: A Concise History of the Achaemenid Empire, 550-330 BCE by Matt Waters (Jan 20, 2014)
Movies about Persia:
Prince Of Persia: The Sands Of Time 2011 PG-13 CC - Runtime: 1 hr 57 mins Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Kingsley, et al. Directed by: Mike Newell
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time 2010 PG-13 - Runtime: 1 hr 56 mins Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Kingsley, et al. Directed by: Mike Newell
Echo News Reel Number 88: Persia - Iran, 1971 2010 - Runtime: 11 mins
Welcome To Persia 2007 - Runtime: 1 hr 30 mins Starring: Arsineh Ananian, Araz Ranjbar, et al. Directed by: Anna Djanbazian Choreographer
Prince of Persia: The Sands of Time PG-13 - Runtime: 1 hr 56 mins Starring: Jake Gyllenhaal, Ben Kingsley, et al.
Queen of Persia - Feature Length Film! -
El Principe De Persia -
Wiki information Persia:
Iran, also known as Persia, officially the Islamic Republic of Iran, is a country in Western Asia. It is bordered to the northwest by Armenia and Azerbaijan, with Kazakhstan and Russia across the Caspian Sea; to the northeast by Turkmenistan; to the...
The Achaemenid Empire, or First Persian Empire, was an empire based in Western Asia in Iran, founded in the 6th century BC by Cyrus the Great. The dynasty draws its name from king Achaemenes, who ruled Persis between 705 BC and 675 BC. The empire...