Zagros Mountains love

Zagros Mountains

Definitions

from The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, 5th Edition.

  • A range of western Iran forming the western and southern borders of the central Iranian plateau and rising to 4,548 m (14,921 ft).

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Examples

  • As spring was beginning and the Zagros Mountains were blooming with wildflowers, Alexander at last began the march from Ecbatana to Babylon.

    Alexander the Great

  • The Macedonians rushed at full speed down from the Zagros Mountains toward Persepolis, but when they were almost at the city they saw something that caused Alexander to pause in spite of his haste.

    Alexander the Great

  • As spring was beginning and the Zagros Mountains were blooming with wildflowers, Alexander at last began the march from Ecbatana to Babylon.

    Alexander the Great

  • Winter was settling on the Zagros Mountains to the east as the new year began at Susa.

    Alexander the Great

  • The Macedonians rushed at full speed down from the Zagros Mountains toward Persepolis, but when they were almost at the city they saw something that caused Alexander to pause in spite of his haste.

    Alexander the Great

  • Winter was settling on the Zagros Mountains to the east as the new year began at Susa.

    Alexander the Great

  • The Macedonians rushed at full speed down from the Zagros Mountains toward Persepolis, but when they were almost at the city they saw something that caused Alexander to pause in spite of his haste.

    Alexander the Great

  • As spring was beginning and the Zagros Mountains were blooming with wildflowers, Alexander at last began the march from Ecbatana to Babylon.

    Alexander the Great

  • As soon as most of the snow had melted between Persepolis and Ecbatana, Alexander readied his army for a lightning march up the eastern side of the Zagros Mountains.

    Alexander the Great

  • As soon as most of the snow had melted between Persepolis and Ecbatana, Alexander readied his army for a lightning march up the eastern side of the Zagros Mountains.

    Alexander the Great

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