Entries by Kaveh Farrokh

Macrinus

The article “Macrinus and Diadumenianus” was originally posted in the Italian Tribune. The Famous and Infamous Rulers of Rome. The version below has been edited. Kindly note that a number of pictures and accompanying captions do not appear in the original version by the Italian Tribune. ===================================================================== The history of the Roman Empire is perhaps […]

Ancient Qanat discovered in Southern Iran

The report “Ancient Qanat found in southern Iran” was first reported by the Tehran Times on November 15, 2018. The version below has been edited slightly. Readers are also referred to: The Aqueducts of Iran Learning, Science, Knowledge, Technology & Medicine ======================================================================== Residents of Rostaq, a rural district in Iran’s southern Fars province, have discovered […]

New Book (2020): The Ladies’ Secret Society – History of the Courageous Women of Iran

Manda Ervin Zand has published the textbook entitled: The Ladies’ Secret Society: History of the Courageous Women of Iran (Order from Amazon here …) This riveting and remarkable book reveals, in print for the first time, the long history of struggle against clerical domination partaken by Iranian women across the centuries. Rooted in the long-standing […]

The 1,500-Year-Old Love Story Between a Persian Prince and a Korean Princess that Could Rewrite History

The article “The 1,500-Year-Old Love Story Between a Persian Prince and a Korean Princess that Could Rewrite History” written by Mark Oliver was originally posted in Ancient Origins on May 8, 2018. The version printed below has been slightly edited from the original version that appeared in the Ancient Origins venue. = = = = […]

Bactrian Fortress Reveals How Ancient Civilizations of Central Asia Lived

The article “Bactrian fortress reveals how ancient civilizations of Central Asia lived” was originally posted on the Archaeology News Network on February 1, 2019. The original source for the Archaeology News Network is from the Akson Russian Science Communication Association. The version printed below has been edited. Excepting one photo, all other images and accompanying […]