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Old February 28th, 2012, 07:00 AM   #101
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well, rain always comes, but water does not damage stones. i am sure it will get dry in a few days again.
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Old February 28th, 2012, 02:16 PM   #102
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well, rain always comes, but water does not damage stones. i am sure it will get dry in a few days again.
no no no
water is the worst thing as it enters cracks and then expands and changes volume when the temperature rises between day and night, cracking the stones
the problem is that no proper draining system has been made and the artifacts get soaked for hours or even day , making the water move further into cracks, deepening them
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Old February 28th, 2012, 05:15 PM   #103
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Why don't they just build a damn roof on it or something? ._.
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Old March 1st, 2012, 12:37 PM   #104
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I always think if the Japanese or German or British had something like Perspolis, how they would look after it.
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Old March 1st, 2012, 02:14 PM   #105
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we dont need to think
look at italy greece france england japan

they take such amazing care of their cultural arteficts, because they have pride in it ans value it
real restoration processes take years, pizza tower's restoration took a long time because they do it professionaly, in iran restoration means slapping on fresh concrete to make it look like it was built yesterday like what they did

the slightest crack concerns them but in iran we build dams and highways over our national treasures which our ancestors worked hard to create

no culture---> destruction of nation, what is happening to iran
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Old March 1st, 2012, 04:23 PM   #106
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So sad, but it's true..

They do renovate some but still they pretty much want to forget about our culture, if it weren't for the pressure from the people they wouldn't give a fuck about it really,

Atleast one positive thing is that they do take more care of culture etc now than after the revolution, just like i said they even wanted to demolish Persepolis, Tomb of Cyrus etc.
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Old March 1st, 2012, 08:26 PM   #107
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iranians need a little more nationalpride really. atleast younger people in iran arr acutally much more nationalistic than our parents when they were young. they just dreamed about ali and hossein, even they had pahlavi. this has changed now and the young people dream about kourosh and dariush and not this ali und hossein crap, atleast much lesser than our parents when they were young.
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 02:55 AM   #108
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dont generalize, many of our parents and older family and friends arent like that, and i mean many

many young people in my opinion know whats what, however, a descent amount are the people who drink vodka but then wear black for hossein lol

in general people have come to dislike iran because iran hasnt given them any good, sadly, but thats what the regime wants,
i think many , most, have been able to resist that . now its time to harness national love,just loving isnt enough, we have to work for our country
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Old March 2nd, 2012, 06:37 AM   #109
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i was more ironically here

i know that this generation has fare more interest rather in iran than in islam and our parents generations were the opposite.

in fact back then people identified themselves mostly though islam, today mostly through iran, virtually all people, even the religious ones.
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Old April 29th, 2012, 07:47 PM   #110
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http://www.presstv.ir/detail/238726.html

I guess i'm replacing Carlos LOL

No but seriously, atleast they're using archaelogists which aren't Iranian, if they did it wouldn't be long until some stupid Mullah stepped his feet on an artifact
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Old April 29th, 2012, 08:04 PM   #111
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estakhr?????? wow , that is great news, estakhr was one of the largest cities in iran during the sassanid period, as well as achaemenid , there are probably hundreds of artifacts there
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Old May 4th, 2012, 02:03 AM   #112
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interesting read
به گزارش ایمنا سرهنگ حسين حسين زاده رییس پلیس آگاهی استان اصفهان با اعلام این خبر اظهار داشت: اسفند سال ۸۹ يكي از توليد كنندگان فرش ابريشمي دستباف شهر اصفهان شكايتي مبني بر سرقت پنج تخته فرش نفيس به ارزش يك ميليارد ريال از منزل خود كرد كه بلافاصله تحقيقات وسيعي در اين خصوص در دستور كار قرار گرفت.
وي افزود: با توجه به اينكه هيچگونه اثري از سارقان وجود نداشت تحقيقات پليس به كندي صورت مي گرفت تا اينكه همكاري صميمانه و بي منت يكي از شهروندان محترم شهر اصفهان تحقيقات پليس را وارد فاز جديدي كرد.
رییس پلیس آگاهی استان اصفهان عنوان داشت: سرانجام هفته گذشته هنگامي كه سارقان قصد فروش يك تخته از اين فرش ها به مبلغ ۵۰۰ميليون ريال را داشتند فرد خريدار به آنان مشكوك و با پليس تماس مي گيرد كه به دنبال تماس اين شهروند ماموران سريعاً وارد صحنه شده و با كار ويژه پليسي به مخفيگاه متهمان راه يافته و هر پنج تخته فرش نفيس را به صورت صحيح و سالم كشف و به مالباخته تحويل دادند.
حسین زاده تصريح كرد: نكته حائز اهميت در اين پرونده اين بود كه ماموران در بازرسي مخفيگاه متهمان كه دو برادر بوده كه داراي سابقه كيفري و اعتياد شديد به ماده مخدر شيشه در پرونده آنان است يك مهر سنگي قديمي كه طبق نظر كارشناسان ميراث فرهنگي قدمتي بالغ بر چهار هزار ساله دارد كشف و ضبط شد.
وی همچنين از كشف چندين اوراق و اسناد مربوط به گمرك و شهرداري اصفهان با قدمت ۲۰۰ ساله، قرآن نفيس خطي قديمي و ۲۸ قطعه سكه مربوط به دوران صفويه و قاجاريه خبر داد و گفت: تعدادي از اين آثار تاريخي به صورت ارث به متهمان رسيده اما تعدادي ديگر جزو آثار ملي محسوب شده و به صورت غير قانوني نگهداري مي شدند كه تمامي آنها به ميراث فرهنگي تحويل داده شدند.
حسين زاده در پايان خاطر نشان كرد: متهمان جهت سير مراحل قانوني همراه پرونده تحويل مراجع قضايي داده شدند. ۵۹/


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Old May 17th, 2012, 04:25 PM   #113
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I am curious as to your take on Alexander and Rome. I have been reading a lot of ancient history about the Roman Empire. Their interactions with Parthia and the Sassanids are very interesting.
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Old May 17th, 2012, 07:44 PM   #114
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alexander attacked and greece and iran because one nation for almost 400 years, the cultures mixed, the people, the parthian era imo was a very interesting era

the romans also attacked and took parts of western iran, such as armenia, etc , if it wasnt for the roman attackes the middle east might of looked different today
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Old May 21st, 2012, 10:45 PM   #115
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interesting photo report from tape behshahr, a 8000 year old civilization
http://www.farsnews.com/imgrep.php?nn=13910230001187
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Old June 24th, 2012, 01:09 AM   #116
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just read this guys......

Remains of Sasanian era Port of Mehrooban in the Persian Gulf is destroyed
Wednesday, 01 December 2010 13:00 |
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The picture showing the last standing walls of Mehrbooon in early 1980 - Please note CAIS cannot verify the authenticity of the image.

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LONDON, (CAIS) -- The Mehrooban Tappeh, the remains of the ancient port and city of Mehrooban (mehrūbān) in the Persian Gulf have been completely destroyed.

Mehrooban Tappeh (archaeological mound) also known as Tal-e Emāmzādeh is located 24km north of the Port of Daylam in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran. The ancient site was dated to the fourth Iranian dynasty, the Sasanians (224-651 CE), and registered on the Iranian National Heritage list during the reign of Reza Shah Pahlavi. According to locals of nearby Shah Abdollah Village the original name of the port was Māhrūyān (Moon Faces, an expression in Persian meaning ‘beautiful’).

The destruction was carried out by an unnamed military organisation[1] belonging to the Islamic republic, possibly one of the organs of the Islamic Republic’s Revolutionary Guards Navy to facilitate the construction of a new dock between the Ports of Hendijan and Daylam in the Persian Gulf.

Despite being one of the major ports during the Sasanian dynasty, no archaeological research was ever carried out at the ancient site. With this destruction, all the secrets and knowledge of the port in ancient times is now lost forever.

[1] Last month the same unnamed military organisation also destroyed the remains of a manor house known as Filiyeh Palace dated to the Qajar period. Filliyeh Palace was constructed in a mixture of Qajar and Sasanian style, by Isfahani and Shirazi architects in 1917. The house was residence and principal workplace of the notorious British protégé known as Sheikh Khazal. Khazal was instructed by Whitehall to claim the independency of Khuzestan province from Iran, in order for Britain to gain control over Iranian oil and cut off the Anglo-Persian Oil Company (APOC) to pay royalties to Tehran. In November 1924 Reza Shah Pahlavi arrested Khazal and later was executed for treason. Consequently, the British were forced to leave Iran in March 1925 and Reza Shah completed the unification of Iran and ensured that Iranians would get all the APOC royalties. Dr Mohammad Mosadeq, however, in 1951 completed Reza Shah’s work and nationalised Iranian oil and ended British control over Iranian oil.

http://www.cais-soas.com/news/index....royed&catid=47
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Old July 3rd, 2012, 08:13 PM   #117
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an amazing ancient city in kish, harireh

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ancient bridge of gondi shapoor

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Old July 16th, 2012, 03:14 PM   #119
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I saw this on facebook:
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کشور ما در جایی که سالانه ۴۰۰۰ امامزاده جدید ساخته میشود و محل زیارتگاه میشود ولی کوچکترین اهمیتی به مقبره نیاکان به نام ما نمیشه!!!!
در کشوری زندگی میکنیم که اسب امامان از قهرمانان و پهلوانان ملی ما با ارزش تر هستند!!

برخی او را اهل اورگنج و برخی هم از مردم گنجه می دانند. وی در جوانی کشتی می گرفت و به کار پوستین دوزی و کلاه دوزی هم اشتغال داشت . پوریا به شهرهای مختلف آسیای میانه ، ایران و هندوستان نیز سفر کرد و در همة آن شهرها به پهلوانی معروف شد.داستان کشتی وی با یک پهلوان هندی نقل مجالس ایران و ازبکستان است.مشهور است که پوریا ، مادر آن پهلوان را در حال استغاثه و زاری دید که از خدا پیروزی فرزندش را طلب می کرد. پوریا برای شاد کردن دل او
تصمیم گرفت تا در آن کشتی پشت خود را به دست پهلوان هندی به زمین رساند. گویند که در پایان این کشتی به مقام مکاشفه نائل شد.
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