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Under Shapur I's Sassanid Empire, the water mills on the River Dez were constructed alongside Dezful bridge by roughly 70,000 Roman prisoners in approximately 260 AD, making them some of the oldest water mills of their type in the world.
Another glass case showcases a bowl from the Sassanid Empire of Persia, next to a statuette, a watchtower model and a funerary figurine, all made of terracotta during the era of the powerful Han dynasty in third century China.
In the 2nd century BC and 3rd century AD, it became the capital of the Neo-Assyrian state of Beth Garmai before this was taken by the Sassanid empire and became a part of Assuristan.
Islam arrived in Iran 651 when invading Arab armies toppled the mostly Zoroastrian Sassanid Empire.
Its ideology is against Islam as the Prophet Muhammad was Arab and his military companion Khaled ibn ul-Walid was the man who defeated the Sassanid Persian Empire in April 633 AD, when its capital Stasiphon (ancient predecessor of today's Baghdad) was captured and the Persian was invaded and converted to Sunni Islam (see via Google the Sassanid Empire and links to Safawism, and Khaled - or Khalid - ibn al-Walid).
Imperial overstretch had weakened the Sassanid Empire, thus making it easier for the Arabs to defeat it.
Indeed, the capital of the Persian Sassanid Empire was Baghdad.
Before Islam rose in Arabia, Persia's Sassanid Empire had conquered Iraq.
Daryaee, who specializes in the history of the Sassanid Empire, has obtained a Ph.
During the Persian Sassanid Empire and neighboring lands such as Arabs had established extensive trade and various items such as carpets, brocade fabrics, silk, linen, wool skin were exchanged between Iran and the Arab lands of Mesopotamia, the Arabian Peninsula and southern Gulf.
Seleucus I Nicator, and was invaded and pillaged by Shapur I of the Sassanid Empire in A.
In Iranian history, such conditions resulted in shaping an exclusive spatio-political device (archetype) that ultimately fostered specific urban forms: the circular city (during the Sassanid Empire, 224-651 A.