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Excavating an Empire
Achaemenid Persia in Longue Durée
by Khodadad Rezakhani, Touraj Daryaee, Ali Mousavi
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Study of empires and imperial power within the context of world history is a relatively recent subject within a field which itself is quite young. With the ever present discussions on the issue of globalization and increased contact among modern...

$55.00
Inscriptions in Old Persian Cuneiform
Introduction by St John Simpson
by Ralph Norman Sharp
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Among the .proud remains and wonderful memorials of the ancient land of Iran/Persia are the palaces which the Achaemenian Kings built at Pasargadae and Persepolis of massive polished stones in an incomparable manner. Each one of these splendid buildings, the...

$65.00
On the High Road
by Mitchell Rothman, Hilary Gopnik
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The site of Godin Tepe is located in the southeastern corner of the Kangavar valley in central western Iran, at the western end of the Silk Road. Excavated by the late T. Cuyler Young Jr. under the auspices of the Royal Ontario Museum from 1965 to 1973, Godin...

$50.00
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In the Sasanian period (AD 224-652), the pictorial art of the ancient Near East flourished again. Sasanian sculptural art constitutes one of the high points of this genre in the ancient Near East. With a height of about 6.7 meters and a breadth across the...

$40.00
The Personalities of Mithra
by A. D. H. Bivar
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Mithraism was a widespread religion under the Roman Empire. Many scholars insist the influential cult of Roman Mithraism, however shrouded its origins, was essentially a western innovation. This work approaches the question from the other side, looking for...

$25.00