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(6000 BC) – The modern brick. Some of the oldest bricks found to date are Persian, from ca. 6000 BC.

(~5000 BC) – Invention of Wine. Discovery made by University of Pennsylvania excavations at Hajji Firuz Tepe in northwestern Iran.

(5000 BC) – Invention of Tar (lute), that led to the development of the guitar.

(3000 BC) – The ziggurat. The Sialk ziggurat, according to the Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran, predates that of Ur or any other of Mesopotamia’s 34 ziggurats.

(2000 BC) – Peaches are a fruit of Iranian origin, as indicated by their Latin scientific name, Prunus persica, from which (by way of the French) we have the English word “peach.”

Tulips were first cultivated in ancient Persia.

(1700 BC) – The windmill.

(1400 BC) – The game of Backgammon appears in the east of Iran.

(1400 BC to 600 BC) – Zoroastrianism: where the first prophet of a monotheistic faith arose according to some scholars, claiming Zoroastrianism as being “the oldest of the revealed credal religions, which has probably had more influence on mankind directly or indirectly, more than any other faith”.

(576 BC to 529 BC) – Under the rule of Cyrus II the Great, the Cyrus Cylinder was issued. This is considered to be the first universal declaration of human rights, predating the Magna Carta by one millennium It was discovered in 1879 in Babylon and today is kept in the British Museum.

(576 BC to 529 BC) – Under the rule of Cyrus II the Great, Cyrus frees the Jews from Babylonian captivity. See Cyrus in the Judeo-Christian tradition.

(521 BC) – The game Polo.

(500 BC) World’s oldest Staple (fastener).

(500 BC) The first Taxation system (under the Achaemenid Empire).

(500 BC) The first courier post. Also called the “Royal Road”.

(500 BC) – Source for introduction of the domesticated chicken into Europe.

(500 BC) – First cultivation of spinach

An ancient ice house, called a yakhchal, built in ancient times for storing ice during summers.

Spoon crafted in 550BC.

(400 BC) – Yakhchals , ancient refrigerators. (See picture above)

(400 BC) – Ice Cream.[22]

(250 BC) – According to archaeological digs, the Parthians created the world’s first batteries. Their original use is still uncertain, though it is suspected that they were used for electroplating.

(250 BC) Original excavation of a Suez Canal.

(271 AD) – The teaching hospital

(700 AD) – The Cookie.

(762 AD) – Designing Baghdad: The original city was based on Persian precedents such as Firouzabad in Persia. The two designers who were hired by the caliph al-Mansur to plan the city were Nowbakht, a former Persian Zoroastrian, and Mashallah, a former Jew from Khorasan.

(864 AD-930 AD) – First systematic use of alcohol in Medicine: Rhazes.

(1000 AD) – Introduction of paper to the west.

(935 – 1020) – Ferdowsi writes the Shahnama (Book of Kings) that resulted in the revival of Iranian culture and the expansion of the Iranian cultural sphere.

(980 – 1037) – Avicenna, a physician, writes The Canon of Medicine one of the foundational manuals in the history of modern medicine.

(1207 AD – 1273 AD) – Rumi writes poetry and in 1997, the translations were best-sellers in the United States.

Algebra and Trigonometry: Numerous Iranians were directly responsible for the establishment of Algebra, the advancement of Medicine and Chemistry, and the discovery of Trigonometry.

Qanat , subterranean aqueducts.

Wind Catchers , ancient air residential conditioning.

“Virtually all European scholars claim Arabic music has Persian origins

What did the persians invent ?

(6000 BC) – The modern brick. Some of the oldest bricks found to date are Persian, from ca. 6000 BC.
(~5000 BC) – Invention of Wine. Discovery made by University of Pennsylvania excavations at Hajji Firuz Tepe in northwestern Iran.
(5000 BC) – Invention of Tar (lute), that led to the development of the guitar.
(3000 BC) – The ziggurat. The Sialk ziggurat, according to the Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran, predates that of Ur or any other of Mesopotamia’s 34 ziggurats.
(2000 BC) – Peaches are a fruit of Iranian origin, as indicated by their Latin scientific name, Prunus persica, from which (by way of the French) we have the English word “peach.”
Tulips were first cultivated in ancient Persia.
(1700 BC) – The windmill.
(1400 BC) – The game of Backgammon appears in the east of Iran.
(1400 BC to 600 BC) – Zoroastrianism: where the first prophet of a monotheistic faith arose according to some scholars, claiming Zoroastrianism as being “the oldest of the revealed credal religions, which has probably had more influence on mankind directly or indirectly, more than any other faith”.
(576 BC to 529 BC) – Under the rule of Cyrus II the Great, the Cyrus Cylinder was issued. This is considered to be the first universal declaration of human rights, predating the Magna Carta by one millennium It was discovered in 1879 in Babylon and today is kept in the British Museum.
(576 BC to 529 BC) – Under the rule of Cyrus II the Great, Cyrus frees the Jews from Babylonian captivity. See Cyrus in the Judeo-Christian tradition.
(521 BC) – The game Polo.
(500 BC) World’s oldest Staple (fastener).
(500 BC) The first Taxation system (under the Achaemenid Empire).
(500 BC) The first courier post. Also called the “Royal Road”.
(500 BC) – Source for introduction of the domesticated chicken into Europe.
(500 BC) – First cultivation of spinach
An ancient ice house, called a yakhchal, built in ancient times for storing ice during summers.
Spoon crafted in 550BC.
(400 BC) – Yakhchals , ancient refrigerators. (See picture above)
(400 BC) – Ice Cream.[22]
(250 BC) – According to archaeological digs, the Parthians created the world’s first batteries. Their original use is still uncertain, though it is suspected that they were used for electroplating.
(250 BC) Original excavation of a Suez Canal.
(271 AD) – The teaching hospital
(700 AD) – The Cookie.
(762 AD) – Designing Baghdad: The original city was based on Persian precedents such as Firouzabad in Persia. The two designers who were hired by the caliph al-Mansur to plan the city were Nowbakht, a former Persian Zoroastrian, and Mashallah, a former Jew from Khorasan.
(864 AD-930 AD) – First systematic use of alcohol in Medicine: Rhazes.
(1000 AD) – Introduction of paper to the west.
(935 – 1020) – Ferdowsi writes the Shahnama (Book of Kings) that resulted in the revival of Iranian culture and the expansion of the Iranian cultural sphere.
(980 – 1037) – Avicenna, a physician, writes The Canon of Medicine one of the foundational manuals in the history of modern medicine.
(1207 AD – 1273 AD) – Rumi writes poetry and in 1997, the translations were best-sellers in the United States.
Algebra and Trigonometry: Numerous Iranians were directly responsible for the establishment of Algebra, the advancement of Medicine and Chemistry, and the discovery of Trigonometry.
Qanat , subterranean aqueducts.
Wind Catchers , ancient air residential conditioning.
“Virtually all European scholars claim Arabic music has Persian origins

What did the persians invent ?

 

 

(6000 BC) – The modern brick. Some of the oldest bricks found to date are Persian, from ca. 6000 BC.
(~5000 BC) – Invention of Wine. Discovery made by University of Pennsylvania excavations at Hajji Firuz Tepe in northwestern Iran.
(5000 BC) – Invention of Tar (lute), that led to the development of the guitar.
(3000 BC) – The ziggurat. The Sialk ziggurat, according to the Cultural Heritage Organization of Iran, predates that of Ur or any other of Mesopotamia’s 34 ziggurats.
(2000 BC) – Peaches are a fruit of Iranian origin, as indicated by their Latin scientific name, Prunus persica, from which (by way of the French) we have the English word “peach.”
Tulips were first cultivated in ancient Persia.
(1700 BC) – The windmill.
(1400 BC) – The game of Backgammon appears in the east of Iran.
(1400 BC to 600 BC) – Zoroastrianism: where the first prophet of a monotheistic faith arose according to some scholars, claiming Zoroastrianism as being “the oldest of the revealed credal religions, which has probably had more influence on mankind directly or indirectly, more than any other faith”.
(576 BC to 529 BC) – Under the rule of Cyrus II the Great, the Cyrus Cylinder was issued. This is considered to be the first universal declaration of human rights, predating the Magna Carta by one millennium It was discovered in 1879 in Babylon and today is kept in the British Museum.
(576 BC to 529 BC) – Under the rule of Cyrus II the Great, Cyrus frees the Jews from Babylonian captivity. See Cyrus in the Judeo-Christian tradition.
(521 BC) – The game Polo.
(500 BC) World’s oldest Staple (fastener).
(500 BC) The first Taxation system (under the Achaemenid Empire).
(500 BC) The first courier post. Also called the “Royal Road”.
(500 BC) – Source for introduction of the domesticated chicken into Europe.
(500 BC) – First cultivation of spinach
An ancient ice house, called a yakhchal, built in ancient times for storing ice during summers.
Spoon crafted in 550BC.
(400 BC) – Yakhchals , ancient refrigerators. (See picture above)
(400 BC) – Ice Cream.[22]
(250 BC) – According to archaeological digs, the Parthians created the world’s first batteries. Their original use is still uncertain, though it is suspected that they were used for electroplating.
(250 BC) Original excavation of a Suez Canal.
(271 AD) – The teaching hospital
(700 AD) – The Cookie.
(762 AD) – Designing Baghdad: The original city was based on Persian precedents such as Firouzabad in Persia. The two designers who were hired by the caliph al-Mansur to plan the city were Nowbakht, a former Persian Zoroastrian, and Mashallah, a former Jew from Khorasan.
(864 AD-930 AD) – First systematic use of alcohol in Medicine: Rhazes.
(1000 AD) – Introduction of paper to the west.
(935 – 1020) – Ferdowsi writes the Shahnama (Book of Kings) that resulted in the revival of Iranian culture and the expansion of the Iranian cultural sphere.
(980 – 1037) – Avicenna, a physician, writes The Canon of Medicine one of the foundational manuals in the history of modern medicine.
(1207 AD – 1273 AD) – Rumi writes poetry and in 1997, the translations were best-sellers in the United States.
Algebra and Trigonometry: Numerous Iranians were directly responsible for the establishment of Algebra, the advancement of Medicine and Chemistry, and the discovery of Trigonometry.
Qanat , subterranean aqueducts.
Wind Catchers , ancient air residential conditioning.
“Virtually all European scholars claim Arabic music has Persian origins