star Lilly Ghalichi got married on Saturday, May 6 to her fiancé Dara Mir after one year of dating.

She took to Instagram to share the lavish details of her gorgeous wedding ceremony — which took place at The Beverly Hilton in Beverly Hills.

Other artworks from this period include dazzling gold and silver swords, drinking horns, and intricate jewellery. Persian art under the Parthians, after the death of Alexander the Great, was a different story.

Parthian culture was an unexciting mixture of Greek and Iranian motifs, involving visible on monuments and in buildings decorated with sculpted heads and fresco wall painting.

They emailed back and forth for a while, and then they met in the lobby of their building — which was captured on security footage.

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For much of Antiquity, Persian culture intermingled continuously with that of its neighbours, especially Mesopotamia (see: Mesopotamian art), and influenced - and was influenced by Sumerian art and Greek art, as well as Chinese art via the "Silk Road".

For more about this, see also: Traditional Chinese Art: Characteristics.Persia, one of the oldest countries in the world, and one of the earliest civilizations in the history of art, occupies the Persian plateau, bounded by the Elburz and Baluchistan mountains in the north and east.In ancient times, during the first Millenium BCE, Persian emperors like Cyrus II the Great, Xerxes and Darius I extended Persian rule into Central Asia and throughout Asia Minor as far as Greece and Egypt.Persian art was exemplified in a series of monumental palace complexes (particularly at Persepolis and Susa), decorated with sculpture, especially stone reliefs, and the famous "Frieze of Archers" (now in the Louvre Museum in Paris) created out of enameled brick.The city gate at Persepolis was flanked by a pair of huge bulls with human heads, while in 515 BCE, Darius I ordered a colossal relief and inscription to be carved out of rock at Taq-i-Bustan, Shahpur, Naqsh-e Rostam and Naqsh-e Rajab) which depict the victories of the Sassanid leaders.