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Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean
Musa Dagh—Dört-Yol—Kessab
by Richard G. Hovannisian
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Armenian Communities of the Northeastern Mediterranean is the fourteenth volume to be published in the UCLA series, Historic Armenian Cities and Provinces. Even though the northeastern reaches of the Mediterranean Sea were not a part of historic Greater...

$45.00
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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...

$55.00
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...

$35.00
Shahrestanihay-e Eranshahr
A Middle Persian Text on Late Antique Geography, Epic, and History with Parallel English and Persian Translation, and Commentary
by Touraj Daryaee
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This volume is a transcription, translation (English and Persian), along with a copious commentary of the only surviving Middle Persian text on geography written in late Sasanian period which was finally redacted in the eighth century CE during the...

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The Yerevan Province
by George A. Bournoutian
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The present study is based on a number of rare sources found in the libraries of Moscow and St. Petersburg. Its purpose is to examine the changes that had occurred in the former khanates of Yerevan and Nakhichevan, some seven decades after their annexation to...

$40.00