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The Guarded Domains of Iran (Persian: ممالک محروسه ایران‎, mamâlek e mahrose ye irân), or simply the Domains of Iran (ممالک ایران, mamâlek e irân) and the Guarded Domains (ممالک محروسه, mamâlek e mahrose), was the common and official name of Iran from the Safavid era, until the early 20th century. The idea of the Guarded Domains illustrated a feeling of territorial and political uniformity in a society where the Persian language, culture, monarchy, and Shia Islam became intregal elements of the developing national identity.

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  • The Guarded Domains of Iran (Persian: ممالک محروسه ایران‎, mamâlek e mahrose ye irân), or simply the Domains of Iran (ممالک ایران, mamâlek e irân) and the Guarded Domains (ممالک محروسه, mamâlek e mahrose), was the common and official name of Iran from the Safavid era, until the early 20th century. The idea of the Guarded Domains illustrated a feeling of territorial and political uniformity in a society where the Persian language, culture, monarchy, and Shia Islam became intregal elements of the developing national identity.
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  • The Guarded Domains of Iran (Persian: ممالک محروسه ایران‎, mamâlek e mahrose ye irân), or simply the Domains of Iran (ممالک ایران, mamâlek e irân) and the Guarded Domains (ممالک محروسه, mamâlek e mahrose), was the common and official name of Iran from the Safavid era, until the early 20th century. The idea of the Guarded Domains illustrated a feeling of territorial and political uniformity in a society where the Persian language, culture, monarchy, and Shia Islam became intregal elements of the developing national identity. The definition of the Guarded Domains' borders was almost identical to that of Eranshahr in the Sasanian-era text Letter of Tansar, as well as the description by the 14th-century geographer Hamdallah Mustawfi in his Nuzhat al-qulub.
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