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 Sasanid
, or Sassanian
, last dynasty of native rulers to reign in Persia before the Arab conquest. The period of their dominion extended from c.A.D. 224, when the Parthians were overthrown and the capital, Ctesiphon, was taken, until c.
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Arab Muslims fought the Sassanid empire in the 7th century AD, conquering the region.
Most post-Islamic books on politics, such as Siyastnameh of Khajeh Nezam ul Molk--the vezir of the Seljuk king, Malekshah--and later books were modeled after the book of Ardeshir Babekan, the founder of the Sassanid Empire, called Karnameh ArdeshirBabekan.
In the area of trade, it is likely that Saudi Arabia was connected to the Sassanid Empire, by the Silk Road.
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Starting with a discussion on the smallest examples of art, the design of coins, Sadeq illustrated how the coinage, known as drachms, of the vast Persian Sassanid empire of the 3rd to 7th centuries AD, often depicted elaborately dressed rulers on one side of the coin with a Zoroastrian fire altar on the reverse.
The Han Empire (25-220 AD) in China, Kushan Empire in the middle part of Asia and Sassanid Empire in Persia and Romans in Europe and Western Asia.
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They occurred, as I try to make clear, because the absorption of large parts of the Byzantine Empire and the entire Sassanid Empire confronted Muslims with the claims of Greek philosophy.