Hegmataneh Museum Ecbatana
Hamadan According to the  Histories  of the Greek researcher Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Ecbatana was founded by one Deioc...
Herodot scria că în culmea apogeului său Ecbatana era o bijuterie strălucitoarea a lumii vechi, cu clădiri placate cu meta...
The Median Empire Până în secolul al VI-lea î.Hr., după ce împreună cu babilonienii au învins Imperiul Neo-Asirian, mezii ...
Ecbatana  later became one of the main seats of their successors, the Achaemenid dynasty (550-330 BCE), though Persepolis ...
The Achaemenid Empire (c. 550–330 B.C.E.), known as the Persian Empire, was the successor state of the Median Empire, expa...
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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The historic Hegmataneh or Ecbatana is located within the boundaries of the modern city of Hamedan. Hegmataneh was the capital of the first Iranian dynastic empire, the Medes (728-550 BCE). It later became one of the main seats of their successors, the Achaemenid dynasty (550-330 BCE) and the city continued to kept its' importance during the following dynasties, the Parthians (248 BCE-224 CE) and Sasanids (224–651 CE).
There is a museum adjacent to the site, showing a collection of ancient elements explored there.

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  • The Greek historian Herodotus wrote that, at the height of its glory, Ecbatana was a shining jewel of the ancient world with buildings plated with precious metals and seven layers of city walls, the inner two being coated in silver and gold. From the time of Alexander, the city suffered many invasions and lost much of its wealth and importance though it remained the summer capital during Parthian and Sassanid times.
  • Hamadan City Assyrian inscriptions dating back to 1100 BC mention, Hangmatana, the ancient name of Hamadan but the city had almost certainly been populated since the 3rd millennium BC making it the oldest city in Iran and one of the oldest in the world. It was here in 673 BC that the first Median capital was established under the name of Ecbatana, meaning "place of assembly". From 549 BC, after he last of the Median kings had been defeated by Cyrus the Great, the city became the summer capital of the Achaemenid kings who would come here to escape the baking heat of Susa.
  • The Greek historian Herodotus wrote that, at the height of its glory, Ecbatana was a shining jewel of the ancient world with buildings plated with precious metals and seven layers of city walls, the inner two being coated in silver and gold. From the time of Alexander, the city suffered many invasions and lost much of its wealth and importance though it remained the summer capital during Parthian and Sassanid times.
  • The city was captured by the Arabs in 644 and its name was changed to Hamadan. For several centuries it prospered as a commercial hub and provincial capital. In the latter half of the 12th century the Seljuks made Hamadan their capital and so it remained for fifty years until 1220 when the city was destroyed by the armies of Tamerlane. In the following centuries, wars with the Ottoman Empire caused further destruction and as a result, little remains of the city that predates its partial reconstruction in the 17th century. The modern city of Hamadan was built according to a plan by the German architect Karl Fritsch with six avenues radiating like the spokes of a wheel from a central square.
  • Iran Hamadan Ecbatana, museum

    1. 1. Hegmataneh Museum Ecbatana
    2. 2. Hamadan According to the Histories of the Greek researcher Herodotus of Halicarnassus, Ecbatana was founded by one Deioces, the legendary first king of the Medes and was the capital of the first Iranian dynastic empire, the Medes (728-550 BCE). În opera sa Historiai (Istorii), Herodot din Halicarnas atribuie fondarea ora ş ului Ecbatana lui Deioces, primul rege legendar al me z ilor. Ecbatana a fost capitala primei dinastii iraniene, Mezii (728-550 î.Hr ).
    3. 3. Herodot scria că în culmea apogeului său Ecbatana era o bijuterie strălucitoarea a lumii vechi, cu clădiri placate cu metale preţioase şi era î nconjurat ă de şapte rânduri de ziduri, cele două din interior fiind îmbrăcate în argint şi aur. The Greek historian Herodotus wrote that, at the height of its glory, Ecbatana was a shining jewel of the ancient world with buildings plated with precious metals and seven layers of city walls, the inner two being coated in silver and gold.
    4. 4. The Median Empire Până în secolul al VI-lea î.Hr., după ce împreună cu babilonienii au învins Imperiul Neo-Asirian, mezii au fost în măsură să impună autoritatea lor, care a durat aproximativ șaizeci de ani: de la bătălia de la Ninive din 612 î.Hr. până în 549 î.Hr. când Cyrus cel Mare a înființat Imperiul Ahemenid prin înfrângerea lui Astyages, regele mezilor. The Medes were subsequently able to establish their Median kingdom (with Ecbatana as their royal centre) beyond their original homeland (central-western Iran) and had eventually a territory stretching roughly from northeastern Iran to the Halys river in Anatolia. The Median kingdom was conquered in 550 BCE by Cyrus the Great who established the next Iranian dynasty—the Achaemenid Empire.
    5. 5. Ecbatana later became one of the main seats of their successors, the Achaemenid dynasty (550-330 BCE), though Persepolis near Shiraz was considered the centre of the throne, Ecbatana was considered a strategic place Ecbatana a devenit apoi una dintre aşezările importante ale Dinastiei Achemenizilor (550-330 î.Hr) când Persepolis era sediul tronului dar Ecbatana era un loc strategic şi reşedinţa de vară
    6. 6. The Achaemenid Empire (c. 550–330 B.C.E.), known as the Persian Empire, was the successor state of the Median Empire, expanding to eventually rule over significant portions of the ancient world which at around 500 B.C.E. stretched from the Indus Valley in the east, to Thrace and Macedon on the northeastern border of Greece. The Achaemenid Empire would eventually control Egypt, encompassing some 1 million square miles unified by a complex network of roads and , ruled by monarchs, to become the greatest empire the world had yet seen Imperiul Ahemenid a fost primul dintre Imperiile Persane care se întindea pe teritoriile Iranului, Irakului, Afganistanului, Uzbekistanului, Turciei, Ciprului, Siriei, Libanului, Israelului și Egiptului de azi. La apogeul întinderii sale teritoriale pe la 500 î.Hr., îi aparțineau și porțiuni din Libia, Grecia, Bulgaria, Pakistanul de azi precum și teritorii în Caucaz, Sudan și Asia Centrală. Imperiul a durat începând cu anexarea Imperiul Medic sub Cirus II în 550 î.Hr. până la cucerirea sa de către Alexandru cel Mare în 330 î.Hr
    7. 15. Ganjnameh – mulajul inscrip ţ ie i dat â nd din perioada lui Darius (522-486) şi Xerxes (486-465 î.C)
    8. 18. Mare Zeu este Ahuramazda, cel mai mare dintre zei, care a creat pământul, care a creat cerul sublim, care a creat omul, care a creat fericirea pentru om, care l-a făcut pe Xerxes Rege un rege dintre mulţi, un domnitor dintre mulţi. Eu sunt Xerxe, Marele Rege, Regele regilor, Rege a ţărilor care cuprind tot felul de oameni, Rege pe acest pământ întins în lung şi lat, fiu al Regelui Darius, un Achemenid
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    10. 39. S ound: Djivan Gasparyan Sev Mout Amber ; Take my heart Iran Text: Internet Pictures: Sanda Foişoreanu Nicoleta Leu Arangement : Sanda Foişoreanu

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