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In The Persian Empire (how'd They Do That? ) (how'd They Do That? Lifestyle, Culture, Holidays)

In The Persian Empire
ASIN: 1584158255

Mitchell Lane Publishers


Author: Khadija Ejaz

In The Persian Empire (how'd They Do That? ) (how'd They Do That? Lifestyle, Culture, Holidays) is a must own book. The author is Khadija Ejaz and it was published sometime in 2009 by Mitchell Lane Publishers. The book is 64 pages long. It's 0.4" Height x 9.3" Length x 6.5" Width. It weighs about 0.6 lbs.

What was it about Persia s leadership and military that compelled strong civilizations like Greece and Rome to fear and respect the might employing the biggest empire the ancient world had ever seen? Its people respected diversity and practiced one of several oldest monotheistic religions inside the world. Discover this and more as you journey back in time more than 2,000 years to experience life in the Persian Empire and meet the folks who called this great empire home. Why do people today who can trace their lineage and traditions back to this remarkable empire still proudly celebrate festivals like Nowruz regardless of their nationality or religion? The Persian Empire dictated administrative, economic, and artistic trends on an international level for a thousand years. But who were these people, really, who gave us the renowned Persian carpet and taught us landscape gardening, polo, and wine creating?



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