c: sura

Sura 213 A.D, she was one of the Greatest Heroines of Persian History, A strategical and Military Genius during the Parthian dynasty. She was the daughter of Ardavan the Fifth, the last king of the Parthian Empire (Ashkanid Empire). She is mentioned in the history books as her father’s right hand. Sura had the rank of: Ashkanid’s General, Sepahbod (Lieutenant General). She had a grudge against King Aradeshir because on 225 A.D. Ardeshir (Son of Babak) went to a great war against her father (Ardavan V) and killed him in the war. Ardeshir restored the central power in Persia and completely changed the feudalistic system of Ashkanid Parthians. He set Zoroasterianism as the official religion of Persia. His move paved the way for future rulers to use Zoroastrianism as the base of their actions and established a very strong monarchy based on the Achaemanid system. The name “Sura” means: Flower face.


Hecq - Sura (by consciousness777)


Day 14 - What was the most romantic character part on the show?

I tell about my favorite romantic scenes. Is it allright? Ok. 

Spartacus x Sura: Goodbye and tying a piece of cloth on the leg of his wife.
Spartacus x Mira: When they were at the mines in search of Naevia, Mira was taken back fat overseer. She got out, but when Spartacus saw her in the blood … God, it was great!
Crixus x Naevia: Return to the loving embrace. Finally, the reunion of loving hearts.
Gannicus x Sibyl: ‘It burns a throat’ and later (Saxa told about 'You will ruin the little thing’) Gannicus turned to Sibyl. THE WAY THEY LOOKED AT EACH OTHER! . Of course, scene 'You were the one sent. And I needed saving’

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Are we one of them? Do we even strive to become such?


Verily, the Muttaqûn (the pious) will be in the midst of Gardens and Springs (in Paradise). Taking joy in the things which their Lord has given them. Verily, they were before this Muhsinûn (good-doers). They used to sleep but little by night [invoking their Lord (Allāh) and praying, with fear and hope]. And in the hours before dawn, they were (found) asking (Allāh) for forgiveness. And in their properties there was the right of the Sâ'il (the beggar who asks) and the Mahrûm (the poor who does not ask others).

Sūra Adh-Dhâriyât: Verses 15-19


Subhan'Allāh. May we all have the heart and will to strive to become such people that Allāh, to their excellence, mentioned their characteristics in the Qur'ān. Amīn.