I.B.Tauris, 18. kol 2001. - Broj stranica: 332
Of all the great civilizations of the ancient world, that of Persia is one of the least understood. Josef Wiesehöfer's comprehensive survey of the Persian Empire under the Achaeminids, the Parthians, and the Sasanians focuses on the primary Persian sources--written, archaeological, and numismatic. He avoids the traditional Western approach which has tended to rely heavily on inaccurate Greek and Roman accounts. Part of the freshness of this book comes from its Near Eastern perspective.
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Achaemenid empire achéménide Achhist administrative Ahura Mazda Alexander AMI N. F. ancient Iran Arabic Aramaic archaeological Ardashir aristocracy Armenia army Arsaces Arsacid Artabanus Artaxerxes Asia Avesta Babylon Babylonian Bahram Berlin Bisutun Briant Calmeyer centre century BC Christians coins court culture cuneiform script Cyrus Cyrus's Darius Darius's divine dynasty East eastern Elam Elamite EncIr FGrHist Geschichte Gnoli gods Greek Grotefend Hát Herodotus Hormizd inscriptions interpreted Iranian Iranica Khosrow king of kings king's kingship Kirdir language late Sasanian later Leiden literature Manichaean mentioned Mesopotamia Middle Persian Naqsh-i Rustam Narseh Nisa Old Persian palace Paris parthe Parthian period Pasargadae persecutions Persepolis Persian empire Persis Plate political quotation regions reign religion religious Roman Rome royal ruler Sancisi-Weerdenburg Sasanian Sasanian empire Sasanian period satrap Schmitt Seleucid Shapur Shapur II sources subjects Sundermann Susa Tabari tablets texts throne tradition transl tribute Tuplin Wiesbaden Wiesehöfer Xerxes Zoroastrian