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    بانوی اول ایران


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    First Lady of Iran Residence Inaugural holder Formation Website
    Incumbent Sahebeh Rouhani since 3 August 2013
    Sa''dabad Palace, Tehran
    Ozra Banisadr
    4 February 1980
    Official website

    The First Lady of Iran is the unofficial title of the spouse of President.This position is traditionally filled by the wife of the President of Iran, the title is sometimes taken to apply only to the spouse of a sitting president.

    List # First Lady Relation to President Start End
    1 Ozra Banisadr wife of Abulhassan Banisadr 4 February 1980 22 June 1981
    2 Ateghe Sediqi wife of Mohammad-Ali Rajai 2 August 1981 30 August 1981
    3 Khojaste Bagherzadeh(Khamenei) wife of Ali Khamenei 13 October 1981 3 August 1989
    4 Efat Marashi wife of Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani 3 August 1989 2 August 1997
    5 Zohreh Sadeghi wife of Mohammad Khatami 2 August 1997 3 August 2005
    6 Azam Sadat Farahi wife of Mahmoud Ahmadinejad 3 August 2005 3 August 2013
    7 Sahebeh Rouhani wife of Hassan Rouhani 3 August 2013 Incumbent
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    Prehistory
    3200–550 BCE 550 BCE– 224 CE 224–651 CE
    • Proto-Elamite civilization (3200–2800 BCE)
    • Elamite dynasties (2800–550 BCE)
    • Bactria–Margiana Complex (2200–1700 BCE)
    • Kingdom of Mannai (10th–7th century BCE)
    • Median Empire (728–550 BCE)
    • Sasanian Empire (224–651 CE)
    637 – 1055 975 – 1432 1370 – 1925
    • Ghaznavid Empire (975–1187)
    • Ghurid dynasty (1011–1215)
    • Seljuk Empire (1037–1194)
    • Khwarazmian dynasty (1077–1231)
    • Ilkhanate (1256–1335)
    • Kurt dynasty (1231–1389)
    • Muzaffarid dynasty (1314–1393)
    • Chobanid dynasty (1337–1357)
    • Jalairid Sultanate dynasty (1339–1432)
    • Timurid Empire (1370–1506)
    • Qara Qoyunlu Turcomans (1375–1468)
    • Aq Qoyunlu Turcomans (1378–1508)
    • Safavid Empire (1501 – 1722 / 1736)
    • Hotaki Empire (1722–29)
    • Afsharid dynasty (1736–50)
    • Zand Dynasty (1750–94)
    • Durrani Empire (1794–1826)
    • Qajar Dynasty (1794–1925)
    1925 – 1979 Islamic Republic
    • Pahlavi dynasty (1925–1979)
    • Iran Constituent Assembly, 1949
    • 1953 coup d''état
    • Iranian Revolution (1979)
    • Interim Government