Persia was not Iranian and the Persians are from Turkic origins from the ancient Scythia (now Turkmenistan, Uzbekistan, and Kazakhstan).
Anshan was one of the early capitals of Elam from the late 4th millennium BC. Later, in the 7th century BC, it became one of the early capitals of Persia.
Achaemenes (/əˈkɛməniːz/) (c. 705 BC – c. 675 BC) was the eponymous apical ancestor of the Achaemenid dynasty of rulers from Persis, nothing is known of the figure behind it, neither from indigenous sources nor from historiographic ones. It may be that Achaemenes was just a mythical ancestor, and not a historical one.
Elamite is an extinct language spoken by the ancient Elamites. Elamite was the primary language in present-day Iran from 2800 to 550 BC. The last written records in Elamite appear about the time of the conquest of the Achaemenid Empire by Alexander the Great. Elamite has no demonstrable relatives and is usually considered a language isolate. The lack of established relatives is one reason that interpretation of the language is difficult.
The complete corpus of Elamite cuneiform consists of c. 20 thousand tablets and fragments. The majority belong to the Achaemenid era, and contain primarily economic records.
I am sure of the non-Aryan origin of Persians; and the the non-Iranian origin of Persians, while the Iranians are Aryan
The Persians Are Definitely the Turkic Turanians.
The Shahnameh tried to present the Turan as Iranian while it confirms that the Turanians are the Persians.
The Shahnameh “The Book of Kings”, is a long epic poem written by the Persian poet Ferdowsi between c. 977 and 1010 CE. It is of central importance in Persian culture, regarded as a literary masterpiece, and definitive of the ethno-national cultural identity of modern-day Iran, Afghanistan and Tajikistan.
Despite some popular belief, the Turanians of Shahnameh (whose sources are based on Avesta and Pahlavi texts) have no relationship with the ethno-liguistic group Turk today. The Turanians of Shahnameh are an Iranian people representing Iranian nomads of the Eurasian Steppes and have no relationship to the culture of Turks. Turan or Persian for the areas of Central Asia beyond the Oxus up to the 7th century (where the story of the Shahnameh ends) was generally an Iranian-speaking land.
The Turks themselves connected their origin not with Turkish tribal history but with the Turan of Shahnameh.
The Ottoman political party of the Young Turks, the Committee of Union and Progress, espoused the notion of Turanism, a mythic glorification of Turkish ethnic identity, and was devoted to restoring the Ottoman Empire’s shattered national pride.
Zoroastrian tradition states that Zoroaster was killed by Turanians invading Iran.