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  • Author:
    Northrop Frye
  • ISBN:
    0297813935
  • ISBN13:
    978-0297813934
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    WEIDENFELD & NICOLSON (1993)
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Hoc Golden Age of Persia. Professor Frye dispell the myth perpetuated by the Islamists as well as europhiles that the classical period in Iranian history was one of meagre achievement.

Hoc Golden Age of Persia. The small volume of extant sources showed a highly sophisticated culture and references to other works during the same period point to a highly literate society. Professor Frye reconstruct Sassanid Persia and identifies it as the source of the Islamic golden age that followed.

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The Golden Age of Persia: The Arabs in the East (History of civilization). Published July 24th 1996 by Barnes & Noble Books. Hardcover, 289 pages. Author(s): Richard Nelson Frye. ISBN: 0760702691 (ISBN13: 9780760702697). Hoc Golden Age of Persia (Paperback). Published February 29th 2000 by George Weidenfeld & Nicholson. Paperback, 304 pages.

The definitive history of the birth and development of the great age of Iranian civilization by the world authority on ancient Persian culture. -Peter Avery, The Middle East Journal.

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Surely, the Persians were Islamized and Arabized culturally; however when people loosely refer to the age of "Islamic . But i would REALLY encourage everyone to check out the book The Golden Age of Persia by Dr. Frye as it extensively covers the Iranian side of things.

Surely, the Persians were Islamized and Arabized culturally; however when people loosely refer to the age of "Islamic Golden Age" or even "Arab Golden Age" there is usually an implicit assumption that we are talking about ethnic Arabs (which is an identity that is much more far reaching today). In my experience, everytime people list the great Arab scientists of the Golden Age, the majority on that last will invariably turn out to be Persian.

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Gadar
Concentrates on the cultural effects of the Arab invasions and the extent to which Persian culture became a vector for the eastward spread of Islam in the 8th/9th centuries. A rather frustrating book, too detailed for beginners yet not specific enough on any detail to give a real insight to any of the individual historical events of which the theme is a composite. This is a shame as reading between the lines it seems apparent that the author was constrained by editorial pressure rather than lack of fact or interest.
Still as an overview of the achievements of the early Islamic era it is an original piece of scholarship.
Phenade
This was the first book I read about ancient Persia . It astonished me by the detailed information it had. After reading it I developed a keen interest in the history and culture of ancient Persia. I learned Farsi and visited Iran three times. My admiration of the book caused me to go through on line encyclopedias to gather information about the ancient rulers of Persia and its cities. In short the book is an eye opener to an ancient civilization that is known only to those who specialize in ancient history and culture.