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Armenian Constantinople
by Richard G. Hovannisian, Simon Payaslian
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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland plateau extending from eastern Asia Minor to the Caucasus. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and...

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The 16 chapters and 67 subchapters of the book are composed as the main and the forking paths of different ages and lengths that eventually compose the park/garden of the Armenian identity. This park-identity model is outlined in the Preface. We start with...

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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland extending from eastern Asia Minor to the Caucasus. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and Occident. The...

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Armenian Van/Vaspurakan
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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From early antiquity, the Armenian people developed a rich and distinctive culture on the great highland plateau in eastern Asia Minor. On that crossroad, they interacted on many levels with civilizations of the Orient and Occident. The continuity of Armenian...

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Aura of Kings
Legitimacy and Divine Sanction in Iranian Kingship
by Abolala Soudavar
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The Divine Glory or farr-e izadi (Old Persian: khvarnah) is an everlasting principle of Iranian political ideology usually invoked to project legitimacy of rule and divine sanction. Persian literature abounds with references to the ruler’s Divine Glory, and...

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Bibliographica Sasanika
A Bibliographical Guide to Sasanian Iran Volume I: Years 1990-99
by Massoumeh Alinia, Evangelos Venetis, Touraj Daryaee
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The influence of the Iranian civilization in the historical developments of the Middle East, Central Asia and the Eastern Mediterranean world was important particularly during the Sasanian period. Contemporary research for this period of ancient Iranian past...

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Chronicle of Deacon Zak‘aria of K`anak`er
[Zak`areay Sarkawagi Patmagrut`iwn]
by George A. Bournoutian
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Deacon Zak‘aria (1627-ca. 1699) was a native of K‘anak‘er, who lived and wrote in the great monastery of Hovhannavank‘ in the K‘asagh region of the Khanate of Erevan (eastern Armenia). The Chronicle is written in the spoken dialect of the Erevan region...

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Colossal Elephant and His Spiritual Feats
Shaykh Ahmad-e Jâm The Life and Legend of a Popular Sufi Saint of 12th Century Iran
by Franklin Lewis, Heshmat Moayyad (1927-2018)
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Shaykh Ahmad of Jâm, nicknamed “the Colossal Elephant,” was a popular Muslim saint who lived from 1049 to 1141 in eastern Iran. His career as a religious figure and worker of miracles is here vividly and imaginatively portrayed through delightful and often...

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The history of the Jews of Iran is one of the most important chapters of Jewish history, yet it is also the most obscure, because little of it has been published. Considering the vastness of the Persian Empire during ancient times, Iran must be reckoned...

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Contemporary Persian Dictionary
Farhang-e Farsi-ye Emrouz
by Golamhossein Sadri Afshar
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More than 50,000 Persian entries and compounds. Based on the latest methods of lexicography. Includes contemporary Persian words. Introduces Persian pronunciations, plural forms, and grammatical lables. Noun and verb compounds included.

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