The Sassanian Inscription of Paikuli: Supplement to Herzfeld's Paikuli

The Sassanian Inscription of Paikuli Supplement to Herzfeld s Paikuli The Persian Parthian bilingual inscription from Paikuli Iraq which dates back to the reign of Great King Naresh was first published by Ernst Herzfeld in Inspite its fragmentary state of p

  • Title: The Sassanian Inscription of Paikuli: Supplement to Herzfeld's Paikuli
  • Author: Helmut Humbach
  • ISBN: 9783882260182
  • Page: 147
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Persian Parthian bilingual inscription from Paikuli Iraq which dates back to the reign of Great King Naresh 293 303 was first published by Ernst Herzfeld in 1924 Inspite its fragmentary state of preservation it is the most important evidence we have on the internal political practices of the Sassanian period The first volume of the new edition presented by the auThe Persian Parthian bilingual inscription from Paikuli Iraq which dates back to the reign of Great King Naresh 293 303 was first published by Ernst Herzfeld in 1924 Inspite its fragmentary state of preservation it is the most important evidence we have on the internal political practices of the Sassanian period The first volume of the new edition presented by the authors contains in particular Herzfeld s photos, squeezes and facsimiles of his still unpublished new discoveries of 1923 It includes those photos by Volker Popp 1971 and drawings by Sir Henry Rawlinson 1844 which continue to be of relevance.Volume 2 will contain a synoptic reconstruction of the Persian and Parthian versions, Volume 3 the translation and commentay by P O Skjaervo.

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