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Iranica in the Achaemenid period (ca. 550-330 B.C.)
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
|Statement||by J. Tavernier.|
|Series||Orientalia Lovaniensia analecta -- 158|
|LC Classifications||PK6129 .T38 2006|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||lxiv, 850 p.|
|Number of Pages||850|
The University of Chicago Press. Books Division. Chicago Distribution Center. The Achaemenid Empire (/ ə ˈ k iː m ə n ɪ d /; Old Persian: 𐎧𐏁𐏂, romanized: Xšāça, lit. 'The Empire'), also called the First Persian Empire, was an ancient Iranian empire based in Western Asia founded by Cyrus the g at its greatest extent from the Balkans and Eastern Europe proper in the west to the Indus Valley in the east, it was larger than any previous empire.
Achaemenian Dynasty, also called Achaemenid, Persian Hakhamanishiya, (– bce), ancient Iranian dynasty whose kings founded and ruled the Achaemenian Empire. Achaemenes (Persian Hakhamanish), the Achaemenians’ eponymous ancestor, is presumed to have lived early in the 7th century bce, but little is known of his life. Alireza Shapour Shahbazi (4 September Shiraz - 15 July Walla Walla, Washington) (Persian: علیرضا شاپور شهبازی ) was a prominent Persian archeologist, Iranologist and a world expert on Achaemenid archeology. Shahbazi got a BA degree in and an MA degree in East Asian archeology from zi had a doctorate degree in Achaemenid archeology from University of London.
The various sources are formatted to allow a reader or researcher easy access. Most books of this nature are quite confusing. The author and publisher are to be commended for not making that mistake. For a researcher or academic of the Achaemenid Persian period, this book is s: 7. ""The Achaemenid era constitutes the most brilliant period of Persia’s long history: a period during which all of Western Asia and part of North Africa were brought together in a vast empire under the suzerainty of the Achaemenid kings. A great deal of research has gone into the elucidation of the various aspects of the dynasty and the s: 3.
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This book collects and discusses the Iranica in the Achaemenid period book Ratings: 0. An important collection of eight essays on Ancient Persia (Iran) in the periods of the Achaemenid Empire (– BC), when the Persians established control over the whole of the Ancient Near East, and later the Sasanian Empire.
ACHAEMENID DYNASTY, from the Persian clan of the same name, ruled ca. to B.C. The clan and dynasty. The empire. iii. Culture. The Clan and Dynasty.
The Latin form Achaemenidae is borrowed from Greek Achaimenidai, the regular patronymic of the proper name Achaiménēs, Lat. Achaemenes (for this rendering see R. Schmitt, ZDMG, pp.n. 8; ). Iranica in the Achaemenid Period (ca. – B.C.): Lexicon of Old Iranian Proper Names and Loanwords, Attested in Non-Iranian Texts, by Jan Tavernier April Journal of Near Eastern Studies Author: Ilya Yakubovich.
EDUCATION. IN THE ACHAEMENID PERIOD. Little is known of the training of children during the Achaemenid period. In two Elamite documents from Persepolis drafted in the 23rd regnal year of Darius I ( B.C.E.) “Persian boys (who) are copying texts” are mentioned (Hallock, nos. ); the texts in question are records of the issue of grain to twenty-nine individuals and wine to.
JUDEO-PERSIAN COMMUNITIES OF IRAN. THE ACHAEMENID PERIOD. Early most significant chapter in the story of Jews and Judaism in Persia began 15 March BCE, when King Nebuchadnezzar II of Babylonia conquered Jerusalem and carried away as capti Jews from Jerusalem and Judah, including King Jehoiachin of Judah.
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Tavernier, J. (), Iranica in the Achaemenid Period (ca. B.C.). Lexicon of Old Iranian Proper Names and Loanwords, Attested in Non-Iranian Texts. ʿEZRĀ, BOOK OF, canonical biblical book emanating from the early portion of the Second Temple period ( B.C.E C.E.) of Jewish e bearing the name of “ʿEzrā,” the title character only figures in the final chapters () of the book.
Therein ʿEzrā is portrayed as an emissary of the Achaemenian monarch Artaxerxes I charged with restoring the Temple cultus at. This volume in honour of Margaret Cool Root gathers seventeen contributions on Achaemenid Persian art, ranging from the European re-discovery of Persepolis, via Achaemenid glyphic art, evidence of polychrome sculpture, and Achaemenid impact in the satrapies, to possible reflections of Persepolitan art in Classical Greece.
With over 90 inscriptions illustrated and fully transcribed, this book provides new insight into a period that has proved difficult to study. Table of Contents: Levantine epigraphy and Phoenicia: the kingdoms of Aradus, Byblos, Sidon and Tyre during the Achaemenid period.
Written by international scholars and drawing mainly on the field of practical archaeology, which traditionally has shared little in the way of theories and methods, the book provides crucial pieces to the puzzle of the national identity of Iranian cultures from a historical perspective.
CITIZENSHIP. In the Achaemenid Period. All freeborn inhabitants of the Achaemenid empire were considered subjects of the Persian king. Nevertheless, in some constituent elements of the empire quite different forms of political organization prevailed (e.g., monarchic, oligarchic, aristocratic, democratic, and theocratic), and rulers enjoyed autonomy in internal affairs.
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Tavernier (, Hardcover) at the best online prices at eBay. Free shipping for many products. The author is to be congratulated on a magnificent achievement that makes a fundamental contribution to studies of the Achaemenid period. This was recently recognized by the award to Amélie Kuhrt by the Islamic Republic of Iran of a Book of the Year prize for ' - Palestine Exploration Quarterly.
Subject Categories. Humanities. Classical. Home» Iranica in the Achaemenid period (ca. B.C.): lexicon of Old Iranian proper names and loanwords, attested in non-Iranian texts (OLA ). Old Persian  Etymology . Of disputed origin.
One theory is that it is from Elamite 𒁹𒆪𒊏𒀾 (m ku-ra-aš 2 /kuraš/, “ shepherd, bestowed care, protector ”); earliest cuneiform attestations of the name, even instances prior to the founder of the Achaemenid Empire, always end in /-aš/ opposed to /-uš/ an unexplainable development for Akkadian and Elamite phonologically if the.
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