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Persian Buttercup
   belongs to the genus   
Ranunculus
Blackhead Persian
   is a breed of   
Sheep
Dari Persian
   word for 'peace' is   
Sulh
Afghanistan
Persian
   word for 'peace' is   
Sula
Persian
   is an official language of   
Iran
Persian
   is an official language of   
Afghanistan
Persian
   is an official language of   
Tajikistan
Azi Dahaka
   is   
A Three-headed Dragon from Persian Zoroastrian Belief
According to the Avesta, the Zoroastrian holy book, Azi Dahaka will break free and wreak havoc, destroy one-third of the human population.
Persian Leopard
   has the latin name   
Panthera Pardus Saxicolor
Subspecies of leopard found in western Asia
Persian Blue
   has the hexidecimal code   
#1C39BB
Persian Green
   has the hexidecimal code   
#00A693
Persian Indigo
   has the hexidecimal code   
#32127A
Persian Pink
   has the hexidecimal code   
#F77FBE
Persian Red
   has the hexidecimal code   
#CC3333
Persian Rose
   has the hexidecimal code   
#FE28A2
Iran, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Iraq, Qatar
   are all   
Countries Bordering the Persian Gulf
Manticore
   was/were   
Winged Persian Monsters
Had the head of a man, the body of a lion and a spiked missile throwing tail
Persian Gulf
   is located in the   
Indian Ocean
Glass (Pray the Electrons Back to Sand)
   is   
The Persian Gulf War, 1990-1991
By James Chapman, 1994
Roc
   is   
An Enormous Bird of Prey in Persian Mythology
Kahn's Persian Palace Theatre
   was created by   
Nathanael West
"The Day of the Locust"
Atossa
   was a   
Persian Queen
Daughter of Cyrus the Great; 550-475 BC
Cyrus the Great
   was a   
Persian King
Founder of the Persian Empire; c. 600-530 BC
Darius the Great
   was a   
Persian King
Husband of Atossa and son-in-law of Cyrus the Great; 550 - 486 BCE
Xerxes
   was a   
Persian King
Xerxes the Great, fourth Zoroastrian king of the Achamenid Empire
Zoroaster
   was a   
Persian Prophet
Founder of Zoroastrianism; lived about the 10th or 11th century BCE
Persian Jird
   has the Latin name   
Meriones Persicus
Found in Afghanistan, Armenia and Azerbaijan
Montesquieu
   wrote   
Persian Letters
Charles -Louis de Secondat, baron de La Brède et de Montesquieu; 1721
Cyrus the Great
   was a   
Persian King
Founder of the Persian Empire; c. 600-530 BC
Darius the Great
   was a   
Persian King
Husband of Atossa and son-in-law of Cyrus the Great; 550 - 486 BCE
Xerxes
   was a   
Persian King
Xerxes the Great, fourth Zoroastrian king of the Achamenid Empire
Zoroaster
   was a   
Persian Prophet
Persian
   evolves from   
Meowth
Meowth
   evolves to   
Persian
Iran
   can be described as   
"The Land of Daniel and the Persians"
Kashk-e Baadenjaan, Kababs, Faluda, Ghotaab
   are all   
Iranian (Persian) Foods






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