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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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In antiquity Samarkand was the capital of the Persian province of Sogdiana. Its language, culture, and “Zoroastrian” religion closely approximated those of the Persians. Following its conquest by Alexander, its strategic position and fertile soil made...

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Sasanian Coinage and History
by Andrea Gariboldi
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The present monograph provides a survey of the Sasanian coin collection in /the Civico Gabinetto Numismatico/ of Milan. The collection consists of sixty-nine silver coins from the Sasanian period, stretching from the beginning of the reign of Ardašir I...

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The Sasanian era (224-651 CE) is an important period in the history of the Near East, the Caucuses and Central Asian history. Some of the basic institutions and ideas that developed in the ancient Near East passed to the Sasanian Iran and through the...

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Sasanian Pars
by Negin Miri
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Pars was the birthplace of the Sasanian Dynasty. For more than four hundred years, this province held an important political, economic and religious status within the Empire in spite of westward shift of the capital to Ctesiphon during the earlier phase of...

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