Jan 13, 2023 · Pages in category "Southwestern Iranian languages". The following 14 pages are in this category, out of 14 total. This list may not reflect recent changes .
3 days ago · The languages are as follows: Old Iranian period. Northwest: Median†, etc. Southwest: Old Persian†, etc. Middle Iranian period. Northwest: Parthian†, etc. Southwest: Middle Persian†, etc; Modern period (Neo-Iranian) Northwestern Iranian. Caspian. Gilaki (incl. Rudbari, Taleqani) Mazandarani (incl. Tabari, Shahmirzadi) Gorgani†
- Northwestern Iranian, Southwestern Iranian
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2 days ago · Indirectly attested Old Iranian languages are discussed below. Old Persian was an Old Iranian dialect as it was spoken in southwestern Iran (the modern-day province of Fars) by the inhabitants of Parsa, Persia, or Persis who also gave their name to their region and language.EnglishZazaSorani KurdishKurmanji Kurdishbeautifulrınd, xasekciwan, nayabrind, delal, bedew, xweşikbloodgonixwênxwîn, xûnbreadnan, nonnannanbringardene/anîn, hawerdin, hênananîn
5 hours ago · Previous to the era of Elamites, the Akkadian language was responsible for most or all of the text used in ancient documents. Susiana was incorporated by Sargon the Great into his Akkadian Empire in approximately 2330 BC. Silver cup from Marvdasht, Iran, with a linear-Elamite inscription from the time of Kutik-Inshushinak. National Museum of Iran
- 1218 AD
- Zagros Mountains
- 4400 BC
2 days ago · Languages of Iran. Different publications have reported different statistics for the languages of Iran. There have been some limited censuses taken in Iran in 2001, 1991, 1986 and 1949–1954. The following are the languages with the greatest number of speakers (data from the CIA World Factbook):
The Middle Persian form belongs to the period 300 bce to 950 ce and was, like Old Persian, the language of southwestern Iran. In the northeast and northwest the language spoken was Parthian , which is known from inscriptions and from Manichaean texts.