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چه عو.املی باعث افزایش هوش نوزاد می شود ؟

توسط: chegini در امروز, 08:01
چه عو.املی باعث افزایش هوش نوزاد می شود ؟

چه عو.املی باعث افزایش هوش نوزاد می شود ؟


مادر و نوزاد با رعایت تغذیه خوب ، مصرف آب میوه های تازه و نوشیدنی های غیر گازدار ، تنفس در هوای پاک ، خواب کافی ، حمام نمودن مرتب و به موقع ، هر چند نوزاد نمی تواند حرف بزند ولی احساسات دارد که با ارتباط برقرار نمودن توسط مادر و روی سینه گذاشتن نوزاد و....می تواند باعث افزایش هو ش نوزاد پس از تولد گردد ، لازم به یاد آوری است هفتاد و پنج درصد رشد مغز نوزاد از اواخر یکسالگی الی پایان دو سالگی اتفاق می افتد و....

انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)

توسط: chegini در دیروز, 16:14
انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)

انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1700 الی 1799 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) نتیجه هر شورش و یا جنگ در پایان هر یک به زبان انگلیسی آمده است ، تاریخ بشریت متاسفانه در شورش و جنگ بوده و هم اکنون که قرن بیست و یکم میلادی است ، برای حفظ منافع و تسلط بر کشورها همچنان ادامه دارد ، تا اینکه کشورها را تکه تکه نمایند و...از چپ به راست نام جنگ و یا شورش ، سالی که اتفاق افتاده ( بعد از میلاد مسیح ) ، نتیجه ، و... این اسامی برای پژوهشگران و محققان علوم سیاسی ، فرهنگی ، اجتماعی و....می تواند مفید باشد ، که چه تعداد از این وقایع توسط استکبار جهانی به انحراف کشیده شده اند و چند درصد آنها شورش ها و انقلاب های واقعی و در نهایت برای بشریت تمدن ساز بوده اند ، لازم به توضیح است انقلاب های کبیر فرانسه و هائیتی در این دوره اتفاق افتاده است و..


1702–1715: The Camisard Rebellion in France

1703–1711: The Rákóczi Uprising against the Habsburgs

1707–1709: The Bulavin Rebellion in Imperial Russia

1709: Mirwais Hotak, an Afghani tribal leader, led a successful rebellion against Gurgin Khan, the Persian governor of Kandahar

1711: Cary's Rebellion, an uprising against the government in North Carolina

1712: The Tzeltal Rebellion, multiethnic indigenous rebellion in Mexico against Spanish rule

1712: The steam engine is invented. This started the Industrial Revolution

1715: The First Jacobite rising in the north of England and in Cornwall, advocating the claims of James Stuart, the Old Pretender against the newly installed House of Hanover

1722: Afghan rebels defeated Shah Sultan Husayn and ended the Safavid dynasty

1729: Natchez revolt – Attack by the Natchez on French colonists

1731: Samba rebellion – Plot by African slaves in French Louisiana to rebel

1743: The Fourth Dalecarlian rebellion in Sweden

1744–1829: The Dagohoy rebellion in the Philippines that lasted for 85 years

1745–1746: The Jacobite rising in Scotland

1748: Uprising led by Juan Francisco de León in Panaquire, Venezuela, against monopoly interests and the dominance of the Royal Company Guipuzcoana in terms of trade cocoa

1749: The Conspiracy of the Slaves, a slave rebellion in Malta

1763–1766: Pontiac's War by numerous North American Indian tribes who joined the uprising in an effort to drive British soldiers and settlers out of the Great Lakes region

1768: The Louisiana Rebellion of 1768 by Creole and German settlers objecting to the turnover of the Louisiana Territory from New France to New Spain

1769–1773: First Carib War, military conflict between the Carib inhabitants of Saint Vincent and British military forces supporting British efforts at colonial expansion on the island.
1770: The Orlov revolt in Peloponnese.
1773–1775: Pugachev's Rebellion was the largest peasant revolt in Russia's history. Between the end of the Pugachev rebellion and the beginning of the 19th century, there were hundreds of outbreaks across Russia.[9]
1775: The Rising of the Priests in Malta.
1775–1783: The American Revolution establishes independence of the thirteen North American colonies from Great Britain, creating the republic of the United States of America.
1771–1802?: The Tây Sơn rebellion, annihilation of the ruling Trịnh and Nguyễn clans as well as the Lê dynasty in Đại Việt.
1780–1782: José Gabriel Condorcanqui, known as Túpac Amaru II, raises an indigenous peasant army in revolt against Spanish control of Peru. Julián Apasa, known as Túpac Katari allied with Túpac Amaru and lead an indigenous revolt in Alto Peru (present-day Bolivia) nearly destroying the city of La Paz in a siege.
1786–1787: Shays' Rebellion in Massachusetts against court proceedings collecting taxes and debts
1788: Kočina Krajina Serb rebellion, against the Ottoman Empire

1789–1799: The French Revolution is regarded as one of the most influential of all modern socio-political revolutions and is associated with the rise of the bourgeoisie and the downfall of the aristocracy.

1789–1790: Brabant Revolution in the Austrian Netherlands (modern Belgium) crushed in 1790.
1789–1791: Liège Revolution, the price-bishops of Liège were overthrown by a popular uprising
1790: Saxon Peasants' Revolt sparked by noble gamekeeping rights and exacerbated by a harsh winter and summer drought. Raged during summer 1790, but crushed militarily by September.
1791: Whiskey Rebellion in western Pennsylvania, United States.
1791–1804: The Haitian Revolution: A successful slave rebellion, led by Toussaint Louverture, establishes Haiti as the first free, black republic.
1793: Slave rebellion produced in the Guadeloupe island following the outbreak of the French Revolution.
1793–1796: The War in the Vendée was popular uprising against the Republican government during the French Revolution.
1794: The Kościuszko Uprising, also known as the Polish Revolt, led by Tadeusz Kościuszko in a failed attempt to liberate the Commonwealth of Poland from Imperial Russia and Kingdom of Prussia.
1794: Protests over taxes leads to the Whiskey Rebellion in Pittsburgh and the Monongahela Valley. President George Washington invokes martial law and crushes insurrection with 13,000 troops.
1795–1796: In those years broke out several slave rebellions in the entire Caribbean, influenced by the Haitian Revolution: in Cuba, Jamaica (Second Maroon War), Dominica (Colihault Uprising), Saint Lucia (Bush War, so-called "Guerre des Bois"), Saint Vincent (Second Carib War), Grenada (Fédon's rebellion), Curaçao (led by Tula), Guyana (Demerara Rebellion) and in Coro, Venezuela (led by José Leonardo Chirino).[10]
1796–1804: The White Lotus Rebellion against the Qing dynasty of China.
1797: The Spithead and Nore mutinies were two major mutinies by sailors of the British Royal Navy.
1797: 1797 Rugby School Rebellion
1798: The Irish Rebellion of 1798 failed to overthrow British rule in Ireland.
1798: The Maltese Revolt in September 1798 against French administration in Malta. The French capitulated in September 1800 after they were blockaded inside the islands' harbour fortifications for two years.

جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1500 الی 1699 میلادی

توسط: chegini در 28 بهمن 1396
جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1500 الی 1699 میلادی



جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1500 الی 1699 میلادی
جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1500 الی 1699 میلادی
جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1500 الی 1699 میلادی

انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1500 الی 1699 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) نتیجه هر شورش و یا جنگ در پایان هر یک به زبان انگلیسی آمده است ، تاریخ بشریت متاسفانه در شورش و جنگ بوده و هم اکنون که قرن بیست و یکم میلادی است ، برای حفظ منافع و تسلط بر کشورها همچنان ادامه دارد ، تا اینکه کشورها را تکه تکه نمایند و...از چپ به راست نام جنگ و یا شورش ، سالی که اتفاق افتاده ( بعد از میلاد مسیح ) ، نتیجه ، و... این اسامی برای پژوهشگران و محققان علوم سیاسی ، فرهنگی ، اجتماعی و....می تواند مفید باشد ، که چه تعداد از این وقایع توسط استکبار جهانی به انحراف کشیده شده اند و چند درصد آنها شورش ها و انقلاب های واقعی و در نهایت برای بشریت تمدن ساز بوده اند ، در نقشه همانگونه که مشاهده می کنید امپراطوری عثمانی ترکیه در این دوره اتفاق افتاده ( رنگ سبز در نقشه ) ، میزان نفوذ آنها را در منطقه تا شمال آبهای خلیج فارس و دریای سرخ و یمن را نشان می دهد و...؟!





• 1499–1501: The Rebellion of the Alpujarras by the Muslim population of the Kingdom of Granada, in response to mass and forced conversion of the Muslim population to the Catholic faith

• 1501-1504 The Alvsson's rebellion against king Hans of Norway

• 1514: A peasants' war led by György Dózsa in the Kingdom of Hungary

• 1515: The Slovene peasant revolt

• 1515–1523: The Frisian rebellion of the Arumer Black Heap, led by Pier Gerlofs Donia and Wijerd Jelckama

• 1516: Trần Cảo Rebellion in Vietnam, against the Lê dynasty

• 1519–1523: The first Revolt of the Brotherhoods in Valencia, an anti-monarchist, anti-feudal, and anti-Muslim autonomist movement inspired by the Italian republics

• 1520–1522: The Revolt of the Comuneros against the rule of Spanish king and Holy Roman Emperor Charles V

• 1524–1525: The German Peasants' War of in the Holy Roman Empire

• 1536: The Pilgrimage of Grace against the Reformation of Henry VIII of England

• 1540–42: The Mixtón War, uprising of indigenous against Spanish rule in Mexico
• 1542: The Dacke War in Sweden.
• 1549: The Prayer Book Rebellion in Cornwall and Devon, England.
• 1549: Kett's Rebellion.
• 1550–90: The Chichimeca War waged by various indigenous groups in northern Mexico against Spanish expansion.
• 1566–1648: Eighty Years' War; revolt of the Low Countries against Spain.
• 1567–1799 and beyond: Philippine revolts against Spain.
• 1568–1571: The Morisco rebellions in Granada by the remnants of the Morisco community (Spanish Christian converts from Islam ["crypto-Muslims"]) in Habsburg Spain.
• 1573: The Croatian–Slovene peasant revolt.
• 1590–1610: The Celali rebellions in Ottoman Anatolia.
• 1594–1603: The Nine Years' War or 'Tyrone's Rebellion' in Ulster, Ireland against English rule in Ireland.
• 1594: The Banat Uprising.
• 1596: The Club War uprising in Finland.
• 1596–97: The Serb Uprising against the Ottomans.
• 1597: First Guale revolt developed in Florida against the Spanish missions and led by Juanillo (the Juanillo's revolt).
• 1600: Thessaly Rebellion.
• 1601: Acaxee Rebellion an insurrection against Spanish rule in Mexico perpetrated by Acaxee Native Americans.
• 1606–1607: The Bolotnikov rebellion for the abolition of serfdom, which was part of the Time of Troubles in Russia.
• 1616–1620: The Tepehuán Revolt was when the Tepehuánes of Durango revolted against the Spaniards.
• 1618–1625: The Bohemian Revolt against the Habsburgs. Rebellion was part of Thirty Years' War.
• 1637–1638: The Shimabara Rebellion of Japanese Christians.[8]
• 1640: The Portuguese Revolt against Spanish Empire.
• 1640–1652: The Catalan Revolt.
• 1640–1644: The Vlach uprising against Habsburg rule in Moravia.
• 1641: The Irish Rebellion of 1641.
• 1642–1660: The English Revolution, commencing as a civil war between Parliament and the King, and culminating in the execution of Charles I and the establishment of a republican Commonwealth, which was succeeded several years later by the Protectorate of Oliver Cromwell.
• 1644: The Li Zicheng Uprising overthrew the Ming dynasty.
• 1645: Second Guale revolt against the Spanish missions in Florida, nearly shaking off the missions.
• 1647: The Naples Revolt.
• 1648: The Khmelnytsky uprising of Cossacks in Ukraine against Polish nobility in the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
• 1648–1653: The Fronde, a series of civil wars between the French monarchy and the nobility, princes, parlements and common people of France.
• 1658: The revolt of Abaza Hasan Pasha in the Ottoman Empire.
• 1664–1670: Magnate conspiracy: The Zrinski, Wesselényi and Frankopan uprising against the Habsburgs.
• 1665–1709: The Kongo Civil War under the Kingdom of the Congo.
• 1668: The Sikhs in the Anandpur revolted against the Mughal Empire.
• 1668–1676: The Solovetsky Monastery uprising.
• 1669: The Jat uprising under Gokula. The Hindu Jats in the Agra district revolted against the Mughal Emperor Aurangzeb.
• 1672: The Pasthun rebellion against the Mughals.
• 1672–1674: The Lipka Rebellion, an uprising of Polish Tatars against the Polish–Lithuanian Commonwealth.
• 1672–1678: The Messina Revolt. The Sicilian revolt against Spanish rule took place during the Franco-Dutch War of Louis XIV; the rebels were supported by France.
• 1674–1680: The Trunajaya rebellion. Followers of the Madurese prince Trunajaya rebelled against the Mataram Sultanate. They were ultimately defeated by Mataram with help from the Dutch East India Company.
• 1675–1676: King Philip's War between Indians and English settlers, sometimes called Metacom's Rebellion.
• 1676: The Bashkir Rebellion against Russian rule.
• 1676: Bacon's Rebellion in Virginia.
• 1680–1692: The Pueblo Revolt against Spanish settlers in New Mexico.
• 1682: The Moscow Uprising of the Moscow Streltsy regiments.
• 1685: The Monmouth Rebellion and Argyll Rebellion, coordinated attempts to overthrow King James II in England and Scotland respectively.
• 1688: The Siamese revolution of 1688, the overthrow of pro-foreign Siamese king Narai by Mandarin Phetracha.
• 1688: The Glorious Revolution in England overthrew King James II and established a Whig-dominated Protestant constitutional monarchy.
• 1688–1746: The Jacobite risings were a series of uprisings, rebellions, and wars in the British Isles occurring between 1688 and 1746.
• 1689: Karposh's Rebellion against Ottoman Empire.
• 1687–1689: The Revolt of the Barretinas in Catalonia, prompted by the quartering & upkeep of Spanish soldiers, and intensified by French agents.
• 1693: The Second Brotherhood in Valencia, prompted by feudal taxation.
• 1698: The Streltsy uprising in Russia.

انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی

توسط: chegini در 27 بهمن 1396
جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی

انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) 1000 الی 1449 میلادی
انواع جنگها و شورش ها از سال 1000 الی 1449 بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) نتیجه هر شورش و یا جنگ در پایان هر یک به زبان انگلیسی آمده است ، تاریخ بشریت متاسفانه در شورش و جنگ بوده و هم اکنون که قرن بیست یکم میلادی است ، برای حفظ منافع و تسلط بر کشورها همچنان ادامه دارد ، تا اینکه کشورها را تکه تکه نمایند و...از چپ به راست نام جنگ و یا شورش ، سالی که اتفاق افتاده ( بعد از میلاد مسیح ) ، نتیجه ، و... این اسامی برای پژوهشگران و محققان علوم سیاسی ، فرهنگی ، اجتماعی و....می تواند مفید باشد ، که چه تعداد از این وقایع توسط استکبار جهانی به انحراف کشیده شده اند و چند درصد آنها شورش ها و انقلاب های واقعی و در نهایت برای بشریت تمدن ساز بوده اند و...؟!




1034–1038: The Serbs' revolt against the Byzantine Empire led by Vojislav of Duklja

1090: Hassan-i Sabbah took over Alamut for Hashshashin

1095: Rebellion of northern nobles against William Rufus

1125: The Almohads began a rebellion in the Atlas Mountains

1156: The Hōgen Rebellion succeeded in establishing the dominance of the samurai clans and eventually the first samurai-led government in the history of Japan

1185: The Vlach-Bulgarian Rebellion against Byzantine Empire


1233–1234: The Stedinger revolt in Frisia caused Pope Gregory IX to call on a crusade

1237–1239: The Babai Revolt in Anatolia against Seljuks of Rum

1242–1249: The First Prussian Uprising against the Teutonic Knights, which took place during the Northern Crusades

1250: The Mamluks killed the last sultan of the Ayyubid dynasty, and established the Bahri dynasty

1282: The Sicilian Vespers, an uprising against the rule of the French/Angevin king Charles I on the island resulting in thousands of dead French occupiers and a shift in European power

1296–1328: The First of the Wars of Scottish Independence between Scotland and England, leading to renewed Scottish independence in 1328

1332–1357: The second installment of the Wars of Scottish Independence, leading again to renewed Scottish independence from England and the Treaty of Berwick

1302: The Battle of the Golden Spurs in Flanders, after which the French were ousted

1323–1328: Beginning as a series of scattered rural riots in late 1323, the Peasant revolt in Flanders escalated into a full-scale rebellion and ended with the Battle of Cassel

1343–1345: the St. George's Night Uprising in Estonia

1354: The revolt of Cola di Rienzi in Rome

1356–1358: Jacquerie: a peasant revolt in northern France, during the Hundred Years' War


The end of the unsuccessful Peasants' Revolt in England 1381. Rebel leader Wat Tyler is killed while Richard II watches. A second image within the painting shows Richard addressing the crowd.

1368: Zhu Yuanzhang led peasant Han Chinese in a rebellion against the Mongol Yuan dynasty, establishing the Ming dynasty

1378: The Revolt of the Ciompi in Florence

1381: The Peasants' Revolt, or the Great Rising of 1381, in England

1390s: The revolts that broke out all over Persia while Timur Lenk was away were repressed with ruthless vigour; whole cities were destroyed, their populations massacred, and towers built of their skulls.[7]

1400–1415 The Welsh revolt led by Owain Glyndŵr

1418–1427: Vietnamese led by Lê Lợi revolted against Chinese occupation

1420: The Bohemian Hussites begin a rebellion against both Catholicism and the Holy Roman Empire. The wars that ensue are known as the Hussite Wars

1426: Tepanec Civil War a Mesoamerican revolt after a Tepanec king, Tezozomoc, died

1434: A Swedish peasant rebellion breaks out against the Danes

1431–1435: First Irmandiño War in Galicia

1437: The Bobâlna (Bábolna) revolt in Transylvania, using military tactics inspired by the Hussites wars

1444–1468: Skenderbeg's rebellion in Ottoman-ruled Albania

1450: The Kent rebellion led by Jack Cade

1462–1485: The Rebellion of the Remences in Catalonia

1467–1470: Second Irmandiño War in Galicia

1497: The Cornish Rebellion of 1497 in England.

جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)

توسط: chegini در 26 بهمن 1396
جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)

جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)
جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س)

جنگها و شورش ها از ابتدای سال بعد از میلاد مسیح ( س) سا ل ششم تا سال 999 بعد از میلادی ، نتیجه هر شورش و یا جنگ در پایان هر یک به زبان انگلیسی آمده است ، تاریخ بشریت متاسفانه در شورش و جنگ بوده و هم اکنون که قرن بیست یکم میلادی است ، برای حفظ منافع و تسلط بر کشورها همچنان ادامه دارد ، از چپ به راست نام جنگ و شورش ، سالی که اتفاق افتاده ( بعد از میلاد مسیح ) ، نتیجه و...


6–9: The Great Illyrian Revolt of various Illyrian tribes against the Roman Empire

9: The Arminius revolt against the Roman Empire; alliance of Germanic tribes led by Arminius ambushed and annihilated three Roman legions led by Publius Quinctilius Varus in the Battle of the Teutoburg Forest.

18–25: The Red Eyebrow Rebellion and Green Forest Rebellion against Xin dynasty in China, in which the Green Forest Army later defeated Red Eyebrow Army and restored Han dynasty

40–43: Trưng Sisters Uprising of Vietnam against Chinese Domination

60–61: Boudica, queen of the Celtic Iceni people of Norfolk in Roman-occupied Britain, led a major uprising of the Briton tribes against the occupying forces of the Roman Empire.[4]

66–70: The Great Jewish Revolt, the first of three Jewish–Roman wars that took place in Iudaea Province against the Roman Empire.[5]

69–70: The Batavian rebellion in the Roman province of Germania Inferior

115–117: The Kitos War, the second of the Jewish–Roman wars

132–135: The Bar Kokhba revolt, the third and last of the Jewish–Roman wars

184: Zhang Jue led an unsuccessful peasant revolt called the Yellow Turban Rebellion during the later Han dynasty, which later collapsed due to destabilization and lack of co-ordination with other Yellow Turban forces across China.

248: Lady Triệu Uprising of Vietnam against Chinese Domination

286: Rebels in Gaul, known as Bagaudae, are crushed by the Caesar Maximian and his subordinate Carausius, working for Augustus Diocletian

251, 255, 257–258: Three Rebellions in Shouchun are 3 failed attempts to remove the Sima clan from power in Cao Wei dynasty in the Three Kingdoms period of China

291–306: War of the Eight Princes in Jin dynasty of China

351–352: Jewish revolt against Constantius Gallus Jewish Palestinian revolts against Constantius Gallus and the Eastern Roman Empire

484–572: Samaritan Revolts against the Byzantine empire led by the Samaritans

496: Mazdak led a Persian socialistic movement and converted Shahanshah Kavadh I of the Persian empire before the latter was overthrown by the nobility

532: The Nika revolt in Constantinople

541: Lý Nam Đế Uprising of Vietnam against Chinese domination

613: A rebellion by Yang Xuangan in China was crushed by the Sui dynasty

614–625: Jewish revolt against Heraclius a Jewish insurrection against the Byzantine Empire and its leader Heraclius

623: An uprising of Slavs led by Samo against Avars

656: Muslim Egyptians revolt against the Caliph Uthman

685–699: The Azraqi Khariji revolt in Iraq and Iran against the Umayyad Caliphate

713: Mai Thúc Loan Uprising of Vietnam against Chinese domination
734–736: Revolt of Al-Harith ibn Surayj in Khurasan against the Umayyads.
740: The Zaidi Revolt against the Umayyad dynasty.
740–743: The Great Berber Revolt in Maghreb against the Umayyads marked the first successful secession from the Arab caliphate (ruled from Damascus).
744–746/7: Alid uprising of Abdallah ibn Mu'awiya.
747–750: The Abbasid Revolution overthrows the Umayyad dynasty. Under Abdallah ibn Ali, most of the members of the Umayyad house are persecuted and killed.
754: Abdallah ibn Ali's bid for the Caliphate against al-Mansur after al-Saffah's death. Abdallah's army is defeated by Abu Muslim.
755: Abd al-Rahman I landed at Almuñécar in al-Andalus. Abd ar-Rahman I was the founder of a Muslim dynasty that ruled the greater part of Iberia for nearly three centuries.
755–763: The An Lushan Rebellion by powerful Jiedushi An Lushan in Tang dynasty, which caused heavy damage in China in terms of population and economy.
762: Alid Revolt of Muhammad ibn Abdallah in Medina and of his brother Ibrahim in Basra against the second Abbasid Caliph, Al-Mansur.
782–785: The Saxon revolt against Charlemagne. Rebellion was part of Saxon Wars.
791: Phùng Hưng Uprising of Vietnam against Chinese domination
811–825: Qaysi rebellion in Upper Mesopotamia under Nasr ibn Shabath al-Uqayli.
814: Al-Hakam I crushed a rebellion of Iberian Muslims led by clerics in a suburb called al-Ribad on the south bank of the Guadalquivir river.
815: Muhammad ibn Ja'far al-Sadiq led an unsuccessful revolt against the Abbasid Caliph Al-Ma'mun.
817–837: The revolt of the Iranian Khurramites led by Babak Khorramdin.
821–823: The rebellion of Thomas the Slav against Michael II the Amorian engulfs most of the Byzantine Empire.
824–836: The revolt of Arab troops in Tunisia against Aghlabids was only put down with the help of the Berbers.
828: The failed rebellion by Kim Heon-chang against Silla.
841: Failed pro-Umayyad rebellion of al-Mubarqa in Palestine against the Abbasid Caliphate.
845: The rebellion by the famous naval commander Jang Bogo against Silla, ended when Jang was assassinated.
861: Ya'qub bin Laith as-Saffar established Saffarid dynasty. He seized control of the Seistan region, conquering modern-day eastern Iran, much of Afghanistan, and parts of Pakistan. Ya'qub bin Laith as-Saffar started his campaign as a bandit and formed his own army.
864: Yahya ibn Umar lead an abortive uprising from Kufa against the Abbasid Caliph Al-Musta'in.
869–883: The Zanj Rebellion of black African slaves in Iraq. The Zanj Rebellion was crushed in 883 by the Abbasids.[6]
875–884: A rebellion by salt smuggler Huang Chao against Tang dynasty China, which later collapsed due to the destabilization caused by the rebellion.
884: Umar ibn Hafsun led anti-Umayyad dynasty forces in southern Spain.
899–906: The Qarmatians, an extremist Ismā'īlī Muslim sect centered in eastern Arabia, revolted against Abbasids.
923: The revolt against Bulgaria in the frontier region of Bulgaria and Serbia, instigated by Prince Zaharija of Serbia.
943–947: The great revolt of Abu Yazid, a Khariji Berber leader who assembled a large tribal coalition against Fatimid rule.
970: Abortive revolt of Bardas Phokas the Younger following the usurpation of John I Tzimiskes from Nikephoros II Phokas.
976–979: Rebellion of Bardas Skleros against Basil II.
982: The great revolt of the pagan Polabian Slavs of the lower Elbe against the Holy Roman Empire.
987–989: Rebellion of Bardas Phokas the Younger against Basil II

قرن بیست و یکم میلادی و افزایش در آمد کسب و کار دیجیتال

توسط: chegini در 23 بهمن 1396
قرن بیست و یکم میلادی و افزایش در آمد کسب و کار دیجیتال

قرن بیست و یکم میلادی و افزایش در آمد کسب و کار دیجیتال
قرن بیست و یکم میلادی و افزایش در آمد کسب و کار دیجیتال
آقای چنگ وی جوان 34 ساله متولد 1983 میلادی اولین اپلیکیشن اسنپ تاکس به نام دی دی را در سال 2012 میلادی ( 1390 شمسی ) طراحی و راه اندازی نمود و کلیه خدمات حمل و نقل و جابجایی مسافر با استفاده از انواع اتوبوس ، مینی بوس ، سواری ، موتور سیکلت ، دوچرخه و...را در شهرها از طریق تلفن همراه هوشمند عملیاتی نموده ، هم اکنون بیش از دو میلیون راننده و بیش از هفت هزار نفر کارمند در استخدام شرکت ایشان می باشد و در اواخر سال 2017 میلادی با معروف ترین شرکت های اتومبیل سازی ژاپنی ، کره ای و اروپایی کنسرسیومی را تشکیل داده ، تا اینکه بتواند به کلیه رانندگان خود به مرور زمان اتومبیل های برقی پیشرفته تحویل دهد و در نتیجه با این حرکت اولین نوع کسب و کار دیجیتالی پاک در زمینه حمل و نقل هوشمند در جابجایی مسافر و کالا در جهان باشد و....، هم اکنون چهارصد شهر در کشور چین از خدمات شرکت او استفاده می کنند ، و سرمایه اش در پایان سال 2017 میلادی بیش از یک میلیارد دلار آمریکا می باشد ، مشتریان شرکت دی دی در کشور چین در پایان سال 2017 میلادی به چهارصد و پنجاه میلیون نفر رسیده است ، که همچنان روبه افزایش است ، در شرکت استارت آپ دی دی یکصد سرمایه گذار اصلی سرمایه گذاری نموده اند ، و هم اکنون ارزش شرکت به بیش از پنجاه میلیارد دلار آمریکا رسیده است ، شرکت دی دی در سال 2018 میلادی در حال سرمایه گذاری و خرید سهام و راه اندازی حمل و نقل هوشمند دیجیتال در کشورهای اروپایی ، آفریقایی و....می باشد و....

اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده

توسط: chegini در 21 بهمن 1396
اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده

اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده
اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده
اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده
اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده
اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده
اسامی جنگها و شورش هایی که قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) اتفاق افتاده

جنگها و شورش ها از 2730 سال قبل از میلاد مسیح ( س) شروع و تا 45 سال قبل از میلاد مسیح خاتمه می یابد ، نتیجه هر شورش و یا جنگ در پایان هر یک به زبان انگلیسی آمده است ، در نقشه مناطقی که با رنگ آبی پر رنگ و کم رنگ مشاهده می کنید مرزهای کشور ایران ششصد سال قبل از میلاد حضرت مسیح ( س) را نشان می دهد ، و فارس نماد آن زمان بوده و...



c. 2730 BC: The Set rebellion during the reign of the pharaoh Seth-Peribsen of the Second Dynasty of Egypt


c. 2690 BC: Khasekhemwy, the final pharaoh of the Second Dynasty of Egypt, quashed a rebellion, reuniting Upper Egypt and Lower Egypt.[2]

c. 2380 BC (short chronology): A popular revolt in the Sumerian city of Lagash deposes King Lugalanda and puts the reformer Urukagina on the throne.

842 BC: After the Compatriots Rebellion exiled King Li of Zhou, China was ruled by the Gonghe Regency until the king died in exile.

615 BC: The Babylonians revolt against rule from the Assyrian Empire.

570 BC: A revolt breaks out among native Egyptian soldiers, giving Amasis II opportunity to seize the throne

522 BC: Multi scattered rebellion against the king Darius the Great and suppress all rebels. Story of that is at Behistun Inscription

509 BC: A political revolution in ancient Rome, following the rape and subsequent suicide of the noblewoman Lucretia, resulted in the Overthrow of the Roman monarchy and the establishment of the Roman Republic.

508/7 BC: The Athenian Revolution establishing democracy in Athens.[3]

499–493 BC: The Ionian Revolt. Most of the Greek cities occupied by the Achaemenid Persians in Asia Minor and Cyprus rose up against their Persian rulers

494 BC: First Plebeian revolt against Patrician. The revolt was made in the Monte Sacro, Rome

464 BC: The Helot slaves revolt against their Spartan masters

460 BC: Inaros II revolted against the Persians in Egypt with the help of his Athenian allies

206 BC: Ziying, last ruler of the Qin dynasty of China surrenders himself to Liu Bang, leader of a popular revolt and founder of the Han dynasty
181–174 BC: The Celtiberian revolt in Spain; Romans eventually subdue the Celtiberians
167–160 BC: The Jews revolt, in the Hasmonean Revolt, against the Seleucid Empire because of the Hellenization of Judea and the high taxes; Leader of the rebellion is Judah the Maccabi, achieving independence as the Hasmonean Kingdom of Judah.
154 BC: The failed Rebellion of the Seven States by members of the royal family of the Han dynasty.
153–133 BC: The Celtiberians revolted again, and were not finally overcome until the capture of Numantia.
147–139 BC: The Lusitanian Rebellion against the Roman forces in modern-day Portugal, led by Lusitanian leader named Viriatus.
135–132 BC: First Servile War, organized by the Sicilian slaves and gladiators captained by Eunus, which goal was to free themselves by their Roman owners.
73–71 BC: The failed Roman slave rebellion, led by the gladiator Spartacus.
52–51 BC: The revolt of the Celtic Gauls, led by Vercingetorix, was crushed by Julius Caesar.
49–45 BC: Julius Caesar crossed the river Rubicon heading part of the Roman army and marched on Rome. After overthrowing and assuming control of Pompeian government, he was proclaimed "dictator in perpetuity
".

رقابت در ساخت صندلی های وسایل نقلیه سنگین در جهان ( تصاویر )

توسط: chegini در 20 بهمن 1396
رقابت در ساخت صندلی های وسایل نقلیه سنگین در جهان ( تصاویر )


رقابت در ساخت صندلی های وسایل نقلیه سنگین در جهان ( تصاویر )
رقابت در ساخت صندلی های وسایل نقلیه سنگین در جهان ( تصاویر )
رقابت در ساخت صندلی های وسایل نقلیه سنگین در جهان ( تصاویر )
رقابت در ساخت صندلی های وسایل نقلیه سنگین در جهان ( تصاویر )

میزان مصرف مواد مخدر بعضی از کشورهای جهان در یک نگاه

توسط: chegini در 19 بهمن 1396
میزان مصرف مواد مخدر بعضی از کشورهای جهان در یک نگاه


میزان مصرف مواد مخدر بعضی از کشورهای جهان در یک نگاه
ستون عمودی سمت چپ مقدار مصرف مواد مخدر به ازای هر نفر یک قرص ( گرم ) در هر جلسه و خط افقی نام کشور مربوطه را نشان می دهد ، کشورهای استرالیا ، ایرلند و انگلستان به ترتیب در رتبه های اول تا سوم قرار گرفته اند ، ستون آبی پر رنگ مواد مخدر صنعتی را مشاهده می کنید و...،

مسیر های اصلی ترانزیت مواد مخدر در کشور های جهان

توسط: chegini در 19 بهمن 1396
مسیر های اصلی ترانزیت مواد مخدر در کشور های جهان ( نقشه )


مسیر های اصلی ترانزیت مواد مخدر در کشور های جهان
مسیر های اصلی ترانزیت مواد مخدر در کشور های جهان
مسیر های اصلی ترانزیت مواد مخدر در کشور های جهان
مسیر های اصلی ترانزیت مواد مخدر در کشور های جهان

خطوط سبز رنگ مسیر جابجایی کوکائین ، و خطوط قرمز رنگ انواع مواد مخدر را نشان می دهد در نقشه خط طلایی و مثلث طلایی مواد مخدر را در نزدیکی پاکستان و افغانستان و اطراف تایلند ، برمه را مشاهده می کنید ، در تصویر سربازان آمریکایی را نشان می دهد که برای دفاع از کاشت ، داشت و برداشت مواد مخدر در افغانستان و....حضور دارند و...؟!
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