The Music of Medieval Iran – An Introduction to Middle-Eastern Music Theory

Medieval Iranian Music

[embed][/embed] This is an introductory overview of the most general aspects of Medieval Iranian music; it also serves as an insight into Middle-Eastern, Near-Eastern, and most historical Greek musical traditions as a whole, so even though the concepts here are described using a Medieval Iranian lens and terminology, they also apply broadly to much of…

This Ancient Civilization Wasn’t Discovered Until 2001 | Jiroft: Iran’s Lost Civilization

Jiroft: Iran's Lost Civilization - an interestingly sculpted pot with a figure of a dancing person with an orange stone on their belly, and a surprised person standing to its screen right.
This Ancient Civilization Wasn’t Discovered Until 2001! Jiroft: Iran’s Lost Civilization from YouTube

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In 2001, a flash flood on a plain in southern Iran, exposed the archaeological remains of a previously unknown ancient civilization. The beautiful and captivating finds that came out of the ground brought to light the 4,000 year old Bronze Age culture that prospered alongside the likes of the Indus and Mesopotamian civilizations. An ancient, possibly mythological city whos discovery could forever change our understanding of history, like that of the legendary Troy and elusive Punt. This is Jiroft: Iran’s Lost Civilization

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