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    The Achaemenid Calendar was introduced to Babylon in 503 BCE by Dariush the Great, however it seems that Persians had been using this calendar for a long time.Achamenid Month names and their perceived meaning are as follows:Adukanaisha: Adukanaiša,Farvardin,Chamanara فروردین چمن آراTuravahara: Thûravâhara,Golavar,Ordibehesht اردیبهشت گل آورTaygasish : Thâigaciš,Janparvar,Khordad خرداد جان پرورGarmapada: Tir,Teer تیر گرما خیزTurnabazish: Turnabaziš,Atashbisheh,Mordad مرداد آتش بیشهKarbashiyash: Karbašiyaš,Jahanbakhsh,Shahrivar شهریور جهان بخشBaghayadish: Bâgayâdiš,Mehr,Dejkhoy دژخویMarkashanash: Markâsanaš,Barankhiz,Aban آبان باران خیزAchiyadia: Âçiyâdiya,Azar,Andoohkhiz آذر اندوه خیزAnamaka : Anâmaka,Sarmadeh,Day دی سرمادهSamiyanash: Samiyamaš,Barfavar ,Bahman بهمن برف آورViyaxana: Esfand,Meshkinfam اسفند،اسپند مشکین فام

    Tags:Aban, Achaemenid, Achaemenid Calendar, Adukanaisha, Azar, Babylon, Bahman, Dariush, Dariush the Great, Esfand, Farvardin, Khordad, Mehr, Mordad, Ordibehesht, Shahrivar, Teer


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