Islamic persian civilization
The civilization led absorption of pre-existing Persian civilizations to the Islamic civilization and also the adoption of Islamic culture by the Persians. Persian currently, Iran is located in a strategic position that provided easy access to different kingdoms and nations around it. According to Caleb (305), Islamization in Persian led to the various transformation in various fields which includes the scientific, cultural and political structure of Persian. The popular Persian literature, philosophy medicine, and Art were absorbed into Islamic civilizations. With this inheritance of Persian cultures by the Islamic formed major crossroads of cultures inheritance and assimilations which was well known as the Islamic Golden Age in Persian. Moreover, as discussed by Alexander (726), the Persian Empire was subdivided by Russian and Romans after they agreed to subdivide equally the conquered states.
It was until the arrival of Turkic Afshar who defeated and chased away the Romans and reinstated the Safavids throne. Moreover, Turkic Afshar negotiated with the Russian to withdraw from Iran's Caucasian territories under the Resht treaty, and Ganja Treaty, (David Marshall Lang, 142) and Nader Shah were made the king. Nader was mighty that he conquered many nations building a strong empire around him. As discussed by Spencer (739), Nader was witnessed with a lot of victories, building a mighty empire until his death. Moreover, the cultures that were adopted by Islamic from the Persian is still used by the Islamic states. Islamic Persian civilization has shown great influences in the domains of technology, literature, and language. Work cited Cahen, Claude. "Tribes, cities and social organization.
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