Ali Hozhabri; Ahmadali Asadi; Kamal al-Din Niknami
It seems that with the invasion of Iran by the Arabs, the Dari Persian language flourished in the Greater Khorasan region. Dari Persian, which was the Sasanian court language, grew ...
It seems that with the invasion of Iran by the Arabs, the Dari Persian language flourished in the Greater Khorasan region. Dari Persian, which was the Sasanian court language, grew greatly with the displacement of Ctesiphon (Capital of Sasanian) and Fars region (FatherLand of Sasanian) and the flight of the king and large court families from there to the eastern regions, especially Khorasan in the first one or two decades of the Arabs invasion. The question is what was the process of spreading the Persian language in Khorasan in relation to the process of population movement of Iranians from west and south to the eastern regions of the collapsed Sasanian Empire? In this study, by examining the transition period from the Sasanian to the beginning of the Islamic era and to find fire temples that lasted until the early centuries, we concluded that with the statistical fluctuation of the number of sites in these periods, it seems that Iranians are under attack. Early hardships in front of the swordsmen with the courtiers from the southern regions of Iran, especially Fars and their imperial center, Ctesiphon, went to the land of Ādur Burzēn-Mihr, Khorasan. These immigrants adopted two methods of settlement: first, in the villages and second, moving in an area by nomadic method; He was able to survive with this system and was proud of the income of the peasants' compromise that was formed at the end of the Sasanian period with the Arabs, one of which was the protection