Sasanian Empire (Q83891)

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empire (224–651 CE) succeeding the Parthian empire; during its height, ruled modern-day Iran, Iraq, eastern Arabia, Levant, Caucasus, Egypt, and large parts of Turkey, Central Asia, Yemen and Pakistan; the last Persian empire before the rise of Islam
  • Neo-Persian Empire
  • Ērānshahr
  • Ērān
  • Second Persian Empire
  • Persian Empire
  • Persia
  • Sassanid Empire
  • Sasanid Empire
  • Sassanid Persia
  • Sasanid Persia
  • Sasanian Persia
  • Sassanian Persia
  • Sassanian Empire
  • Sasanians
  • Sassanians
  • Sassanids
  • Sasanids
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Sasanian Empire
empire (224–651 CE) succeeding the Parthian empire; during its height, ruled modern-day Iran, Iraq, eastern Arabia, Levant, Caucasus, Egypt, and large parts of Turkey, Central Asia, Yemen and Pakistan; the last Persian empire before the rise of Islam
  • Neo-Persian Empire
  • Ērānshahr
  • Ērān
  • Second Persian Empire
  • Persian Empire
  • Persia
  • Sassanid Empire
  • Sasanid Empire
  • Sassanid Persia
  • Sasanid Persia
  • Sasanian Persia
  • Sassanian Persia
  • Sassanian Empire
  • Sasanians
  • Sassanians
  • Sassanids
  • Sasanids

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Sassanian (English)
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Persian (English)
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3,500,000 square kilometre
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Sassanids
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