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Overthrown of the Old Persians and a New Start
O.K., we know this, right?
Alexander the Great invaded the Persian empire and then collapsed. The survivors, however, fled to the north, which later attacked the Selucid empire, the empire that appeared after Alexander's death. Soon, the Persians became the Sassanids and started a new Persian empire-the Sassanid empire.
New Capital- Tashbaan
Tashbaan was a capital city that once used to be Ur, which is also a wonder of the world. Taq-i Kisra was a great city. Just at it is, it is the most enormous, magnificent, splendid, wealthiest, fortified, and the greatest city in the world. It had 40 million people. It is very huge because the city is big as 50 Tokyos. It had magnificent and splendid buildings, and has a bunch of 55 forums at the middle as with the Imperial Palace. It had huge harbors and series of canals. Tashbaan was a tropical paradise. It had a lot of palm trees and has a firefighter and police force to look after the city. And yes, as with every city, there were poor and rich. Everyone speaks Persia and Indian, in the empire, but rarely, other world-wide languages. Their culture is very advanced, blending 75 cultures and trading happens more there than anywhere else. With thick walls, fortified with watchtowers, gates, forts and super fire-shot trebuchets made land of sea invasions difficult. Although borrowed from China, they adopted the way of gunpowder in using it for fireworks, weapons, and made a technique of the fire shot. It boasted a sewer system, and organized social service in hospitals, homes, and orphanages. Ships crowded the city's harbors, luxuries come from all over the world. people without jobs are given, such as sweeping the streets, and weeding public gardens. The city's streets are either narrow of wide, grand and board, straight or twisting. Tashbaan had the most finest streets than elsewhere. Bridges were decorated, and shops were found all over the place. Massive and humongous structures are found then anywhere else. The first ballrooms were built for everyone to attend great parties. People, camels, mule trains, horses, elephants, soldiers, merchants, peasants, water sellers, sweetmeat sellers, porters, beggars, raged children, barefooted slaves, stray dogs and cats, pets, priests, carriages, and litters all crowd the streets. Many luxuries items, like ivory, silks, fur, perfumes, rum, gold, furniture, Samian ware (borrowed from the Romans), fabulous and wealthy jewelery, rich dining utensils, musical instruments, silverware, ornaments, decorating supplies, spices, precious and colored stones, and other luxuries items fled in Tashbaan's and its empire's markets. Everyone attended circuses, theaters, and amphitheaters. They were one of the many recreations that made the Sassanids happy. All roads and trade routes lead to Tashbaan. Public works were always made, and it has expanded a lot as the population grew. Its ports are centers of warship building, seafood produce, and centers of trading. Canals were water streets where ships drove on, and many monuments are found. There were many arenas where battleships fought, and there were many buildings that could stand on the water. Ships guard and control the waters around the port. Irrigation ditches were built at the ports in swampy areas to deliver to farms to control the water level. Sassanids had made a filter to turn the water cleaner, and most of the water is delivered the fountains and waterfalls that flow to the canals at the port. Sassanids refer the ports as paradises. Tashbaan also produces everything in their economy list. Trade always flourished in the empire, There were many food supplies stockpiled in the city. To the Sassanids, there was no special cargo than grain. It was the main food supply for making bread, pasta, cereals, and crackers. Farms, orchards, vineyards, livestock pens, and other farms are found inside the city as well. The emperor always gave money and food to the poor. In this city, what's so strange about is that many structures, and there were terraces over terraces, streets above streets, and then zigzag roads and huge flights of steps bordered (and are also found there) with orange and lemon trees, roof-gardens, balconies, deep archways, pillared colonnades, spires, battlements, minarets, and pinnacles. Many governments buildings house laws, records, and orders. A trillion temples, mosques, and shrines are dotted in the city. Statues were very lifelike, and Tashbaan was an humongous city. A huge fort ring surrounds the city. With guards all over the place, invasion was always difficult. The city expanded always, and finally reached its extent in the middle of the mid-empire.
The Sassanid empire stretched around Europe, Africa, and Asia.
There were more land in Asia, than elsewhere. The Sassanid empire stretched in Arabia, India, Southern East Asia, Tibet, Central Asia, Russia, Mongolia, and yes, and Turkey.
Islam was even founded after this. Shah Sultan invaded the south. Sultan seized the Holy Land. The Roman evacuation was diffucult and very rare, survivors fled to Italy. When Mohamed was preaching about Islam (very early than the actual date), Arabian merchants drove him off. Sultan accepted Islam, and invaded Arabia. Soon, they were the power of the Middle East. Mohamed wanted Mecca to be a holy city of Islam, and that is what Sultan did.
This land belonging to the Romans were taken over by Shah Afghatan. Eastern Campaigns
Mohamed became a successor of Sultan, and invaded India, Southern East Asia, Tibet, Russia, Central Asia, and Mongolia. This spelled the downfall of the Asian barbarians, who never recovered. Russia was claimed later, but only the western part was seized, then, the Invasion of Tibet bought the other half into the empire.
The Romans lost their lands in Africa when the Persian claimed it.
North African Campaigns
Persian Shah Allah wanted to be a power of the world. He invaded Egypt, and became a country for food supply. Northern Africa was taken, and the Roman only ruled half of the Mediterranean.
East and West Africa Campaigns
Shah Mamadia wanted to rule the Red Sea. Kush, Ethiopia, and the West African kingdoms were seized.
This invasion bought a downfall to the Romans.
One of the most difficult of them all was Spain. Shah Fadamid wanted to control the Mediterranean. There was a storm that killed many men, but still had the advantage of surprising the Romans. Soon, he controlled the Strait of Gibraltar.
Shah Gethenasae wanted to be the power of the paradise. He seized the islands of the Mediterranean, and in the end, Rome was crumbling.
Shah Dasafaradada wanted to overthrow the Romans, thinking it was the Greeks. Soon, Greece and the coast of France joined. Rome fell.
Since the growing Yang Dynasty, a rapid decline of the Sassanids later ended with Shah Sassa killed.