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The Sasanian Era (Idea of Iran)

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Published by I. B. Tauris .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: BCE to c 500 CE,
  • Asian / Middle Eastern history: c 500 to c 1500,
  • Religion - Commentaries / Reference,
  • History: World,
  • Iran,
  • History,
  • Middle East - Israel,
  • Religion / History,
  • General

  • Edition Notes

    ContributionsVesta Sarkhoush Curtis (Editor), Sarah Stewart (Editor)
    The Physical Object
    FormatHardcover
    Number of Pages200
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL11911433M
    ISBN 101845116909
    ISBN 109781845116903

    The interest of the book of Avesta is twofold; on the one hand, it transmits to us the first Mazdean speculations and, on the other hand, it contains the only evidence for Avestan, an Old Iranian language which together with Old Persian constitutes the Iranian sub-division of . Book Description: Although much of the primary information about the Parthian period comes from coins, there has been much new research undertaken over the past few decades into wider aspects of both the Parthian and Sassanian Empires including the Arsacid Parthians, and their material culture.

    Ancient Iran - Ancient Iran - The Sāsānian period: At the beginning of the 3rd century ad, the Arsacid empire had been in existence for some years. Its strength had been undermined, however, by repeated Roman invasions, and the empire became once more divided, this time between Vologeses VI (or V), who seems to have ruled at Ctesiphon, on the left bank of the middle Tigris in what is now. mentaries upon, the Avesta (the sacred book of the Zoroastrians) in Middle Persian (also known as Pahlavi), as well as books written on the basis of oral traditions of Avestan mate-rial, constitute the most important of the religious works. Literature of the Sasanian era bears the characteristics of oral literatures. Secular literature.

    Taq Kisra, the palace of Persian kings in Sassanian era (Photo by Pejman Akbarzadeh) During their long rule, the Sasanian world emerged as the cradle of significant cultural and artistic innovation, from impressive architecture and metalwork to Middle Persian literature. There will also be a display of books in various languages on Sasanian.   BOOKS: The Sasanian Era (part of the Idea of Iran series), a collection of scholarly essays edited by Vesta Sarkosh Curtis and Sarah Stewart. L’esercito romano tardoantico: persistenze e cesure dai Severi a Teodosio I, doctoral thesis by Marco Rocco. The Spirit of .


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Seizing power from the previous dynasty - the Parthians - the Sasanians ruled Iran and most of the ancient Near East from until CE. t I This Volume is dedicated to the memory of Mary Boyce ( - ) and Boris Marshak ( - ) The Sasanian Era The Idea ofIran Volume III Edited By Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis and Sarah Stewart in association with The London Middle East Institute at SOAS and The British Museum Supported by the Soudavar Memorial Foundation f.

"Decline and Fall of the Sasanians" has already been praised as one of the most intellectually exciting books about ancient Persia to have been published for years. It proposes a convincing contemporary answer to an ages-old mystery and conundrum: why, in the seventh century CE, did the seemingly powerful and secure Sasanian empire of Persia succumb so quickly and Reviews: 4.

About The Sasanian Era This latest volume in The Idea of Iran series concentrates on the Sasanian period. Seizing power from the previous dynasty - the Parthians - the Sasanians ruled Iran and most of the ancient Near East from until CE.

The Sasanian Empire ( CE, also given as Sassanian, Sasanid or Sassanid) was the last pre-Islamic Persian empire, established in CE by Ardeshir I, son of Papak, descendant of Empire lasted until CE when it was overthrown by the Arab is considered by the Iranian people to be a highlight of their civilization for, after the fall of the Achaemenid Empire (c.

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They are particularly fascinating because of their adherence to Zoroastrianism, an ancient dualistic Iranian religion named after the prophet Zarathustra. written by Michael Bonner By the mids, the Persian king Khusro II had conquered most of the Eastern Roman Empire.

A final push toward Constantinople was planned. The armies of Iran and her nomadic allies of the steppe were to descend upon the capital, blockade it by land and sea, and receive the emperor’s surrender.

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The Sasanian Empire is the name used for the fourth Iranian dynasty and the second Persian Empire ( - CE). The Sasanian dynasty was founded by Ardashir I after defeating the last Arsacid king of kings, Artabanus IV and ended when the last Sasanian the King of Kings (Shahanshah), Yazdegerd III (–), lost a year struggle to drive out the Arab invaders from his Empire.

We know that in the early Sasanian period, the empire showed a great interest in establishing ports on the coast of the Persian Gulf. In the Karnamag of Ardashir Papagan (Book of Deeds of Ardashir son of Papak), one of these ports is mentioned, and it is called "Bōxt-Artaxšīr", which is modern-day Bushehr.

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As stated in the Editorial Book Reviews, this book proposes to rewrite the details of the history of the Arab conquest of Iran. The author has taken a very detailed look at all the information available for the era, including recently published coin and seal data. There is also a literary dimension to the Irano-Caucasian nexus, aspects of which this volume exposes for the first time.

The oldest surviving specimens of Georgian historiography exhibit intriguing parallels to the lost Sasanian XwadAy-nAmag, The Book of Kings, one of the precursors to FerdowsA-a s ShAhnAma.

Geoffrey Herman has provided an exhaustive and empirical study of the Sasanian Exilarchate — A Prince Without A Kingdom: The Exilarch in the Sasanian Era. Summary: This latest volume in "The Idea of Iran" series concentrates on the Sasanian period.

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The Sasanian Empire at its greatest extent c.under Khosrow II * Normal domains * Greatest temporary extent during Byzantine–Sasanian War of – source One of his military successes was the agreement between Shapur I and Philip the Arab,whereas the latter received support for his rule over Rome by handing Shapur I Armenia.