List of Persian/Iranian Events for 2006-05-08

    Free Real Estate Licensing and Training

    Bay Area - East Bay Monday - May 8, 2006     05:00 PM

    Free Real Estate Licensing and Training

    We Teach You How to Pass Department of Real Estate Salesperson Licensing Test (Real Estate Agent) and become a licensed Real Estate Agent.

    The benefit of having a Real Estate License is as Follows:

    1. Make up to $100,000 for each deal you get involved in.

    2. Get Free Access to wholesale loans and foreclosure properties.

    3. Get to Know the Real Estate Market and benefiting from buying and selling properties for yourself.

    4. Find your own dream house without dealing with a salesperson.

    5. Get commission when you buying home for yourself or other family members.

    If you are smart you will see easily that people who got rich, done it not through their 9 to 5 daily work, but mostly trough knowing the markets, especially Real Estate Market.

    Ten years from now, you either regret not participating in this free class or will be satisfied with your decision.

    The choice is yours, if you live in Bay Area come any Monday 5.00 pm to my office and participate in this free class.

    The classes at my office location at:

    37674 Fremont Blvd

    Fremont CA 94536

    Mondays at 5.00 pm, Please do not arrive late.

    Arms and Armor from Iran:The bronze Age to the End of the Qajar Period

    Boston Monday - May 8, 2006     06:00 PM

    Iranian Studies Group at MIT Lecture Series

    What: Arms and Armor from Iran:

    The bronze Age to the End of the Qajar Period

    Who: Manouchehr Moshtagh Khorasani

    When : Monday May 8th, 2006

    6:00-7:30 pm

    Where: MIT Room 56-114

    Manouchehr Moshtagh Khorasani majored in English and Business is a specialist in the arms and armor of the Middle East with a special emphasis on Iranian arms and armor. He has done extensive research on the primary and secondary sources of Iranian arms and armor, the military history of Iran, images and decoration on arms and armor, different methods of casting bronze and iron weapons, and the forging of steel weapons. He has analyzed the inventories of ten Iranian arms and armor museums.

    In this session he will talk about his research on Iranian arm and armor from the bronze age to the end of Qajar dynasty. The result of his research is collected in his book, “Arms and Armor from Iran: the Bronze Age to the End of the Qajar Period” which includes illustration of a selected array of Iranian arms and armor from ten Iranian museums. His book also contains some selected items from private collections in Europe and the USA. Each artifact is meticulously studied and cross referenced with other existing pieces. The basic tenet of the research is to examine the weapons within their cultural settings. The reader is introduced to the topic with a general overview of Iranian history with particular emphasis on Iranian military history. The research has been extensive with over 550 sources consulted. For more information visit his website.

    For more information on this talk, please see:

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