Susian


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an extinct ancient language of unknown affinities

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Khuzistan, meaning the Land of the Khuzi refers to the original inhabitants of this province, the Susian people, Old Persian Huza or Huja (as in the inscription at the tomb of King Darius I at Naqsh-e Rostam, (the Shushan of the Hebrew sources) where it is recorded as inscription as Hauja or Huja.
Executive Education Director, Susian Brooks further stressed the wider importance of educating already successful women and helping them to become confident leaders: "The women chosen to attend the programme already hold significant positions in their financial institutions -- they currently play a key role in the advancement of the region's economic development and their influence is only set to grow."
In fa ct, it has been argued that increasing reliance on pigs in inter-group affairs hailed a "Susian Revolution," rather than an "Ipomoean Revolution," in the New Guinea Highlands (Morren, 1977).
A New Collation of the Persian, Susian, and Babylonian Texts (London, 1907), passim.
Khouzhestan has been the land of Khouzhies who used to cultivate sugar cane even to day in Haft Tepe.The name Khuzestan means "The Land of the Khuzi", refers to the original inhabitants of this province, the "Susian" people (Old Persian "Huza", Middle Persian "Khuzi" (the Shushan of the Hebrew sources) in the same evolutionary manner that Old Persian changed the name Sindh into Hind").