Ancient Persia wells – Archaeological research in Iran

Ancient Persia wells - archaeological research in Iran

Ancient Persia wells – Archaeological research in Iran

Ancient Persia wells – Archaeological research in Iran – Archaeologists conducting research in Iran.
Have discovered
ancient wells of which drew the water – Persepolis, the ancient Parsa,
one of the capitals of ancient Persia. The wells were found with pottery perfect condition.
According to the
believing these structures may have formed in the early days of Persepolis,
in the reign of Darius the Great in the sixth century B.C.

Iran military situation – After the end of World War II

Iran military situation - Map of Iran

Iran military situation – After the end of World War II

Iran military situation – After the end of World War II – The British withdrew their troops from Iran, the Russians – not. Moreover, in March 1946. Occupying Azerbaijan South. Soviet troops left the province, but marched on Tehran, and towards the border with Iraq. In this situation, US President Harry Truman, demanded the withdrawal of the Russians and threatened them with war. The Americans then had a monopoly on nuclear weapons. The Russians stopped the march on Tehran and quickly withdrew from Iran. With the Tehran government removed the communists and the army suppressed the resistance of Kurdish and Azeri separatists.

Neolithic swastikas – Oldest from the fifth century BC

Neolithic swastikas - Sican Vessel in the Huaca Rajada Site Museum

Neolithic swastikas – Oldest from the fifth century BC

Neolithic swastikas – One of the oldest swastika comes from the fifth century BC from the Neolithic period. In Iran and in the Baltic countries swastika appear on the ceramic shell. In southern Europe it also worshiped the ancient Hittites and the Greeks. Sign can also find on the American continent in the symbolism of the North American Navajo. The very word swastika comes from Sanskrit and originally meant happiness.