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Göbl, Robert
"Die Numismatik als Quelle zur Kunst der Sasaniden, der Kushan und der iranischen Hunnen" (1987)
Bulletin of the Asia Institute, 1987, tome/ser. New, vol. 1
Göbl, Robert, Le Rider, Georges, Miles, George C. & Walker, John (eds.)
Numismatique susienne, monnaies trouvées à Suse de 1946 à 1956, par R. Göbl [et al.] (1960)
In: Contenau, G. & Ghirshman, Roman (eds.), Mémoires de la Mission archéologique en Iran, 37
Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1960, 145 p.
Goblot, Henri
Les Qanats. Une technique d'acquisition de l'eau (1979)
Mouton : Ecole des hautes études en sciences sociales, 1979, 236 p.
Abstract: See review: Gunter Schweizer, Persica IX, p. 198-199.
Gobutti, A. & Mollo, P.
"The Italian excavations at Old Nisa: the Round Hall" (1996)
Mesopotamia, 1996, vol. 31, p. 179-188.
Godard, André
"Les statues parthes de Shami" (1937)
In: Athar-é Iran. Annales du Service archéologique de l'Iran, 1937, vol. II
Athar-e Iran, vol. 2, p. 285-305.
Abstract: Excellent photographs from all sides of this famous statue.
The art of Iran. Translated from the French by Michael Heron. Edited by Michael Rogers (1965)
New York: Praeger, 1965
Goddeeris, A.; Lahlouh, M. & Sténuit, E. M.
"An Early Dynastic Official Building and Seleucid-Poarthian Levels" (1997)
In: Lebeau, M. & Suleiman, A. (eds.), Tell Beydar, Three Seasons of Excavations (1992-1994). A Preliminary Report. Subartu 3
Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1997
Godfrey, Thomas
The prince of Parthia : a tragedy, by Thomas Godfrey; ed., with introduction, historical, biographical, and critical, by Archibald Henderson (1765)
Boston: Little, Brown, and Company, 1917, xii+189 p.
Godrej, Pheroza J. & Mistree, Firoza Punthakey (eds.)
A Zoroastrian tapestry : art, religion & culture (2002)
Middletown, NJ: Grantha, 2002
Abstract: Articles included:
The Teachings of Zoroaster / Mary Boyce 18
The Place and Time of Zarathushtra / James R. Russell 28
Zoroastrianism in Ancient Imperial Times / Mary Boyce 40
Zoroastrianism and the Greeks / Albert de Jong 64
Zoroastrians in Central Asia before Islam / Richard N. Frye 82
Zoroastrian Themes on Early Medieval Sogdian Ossuaries / Frantz Grenet 90
The Parthians: Defenders of the Land and Faith / Mary Boyce 98
The Contribution of the Sasanians to Zoroastrian Iran / Faribourz Nariman 116
Zoroastrian Art in Iran under the Parthians and the Sasanians / Boris I. Marshak 134
The Theme of Truth in Zoroastrian Mythology / Jamsheed K. Choksy 148
Literary Treasures of the Zoroastrian Priests / Hormazdyar K. Mirza 160
Zoroastrianism and Hinduism: The Rig Veda and the Avesta / Sindhu S. Dange 184
Parsi and Hindu Sacraments / Arvind P. Jamkhedkar 192
Zoroastrianism and Judaism / Shaul Shaked 198
Zoroastrianism and Christianity / Alan V. Williams 210
Map of Imperii Persici 226
Zoroastrianism in Iran after the Arab Conquest / Mary Beyce 228
Mazdaean Echoes in Shi'ite Iran / A. Sh. Shahbazi 246
Map of Persia with a part of Cabul & c 258
Modern Sects with Ancient Roots: The Yezidis and Ahl-e Haqq of Kurdistan / Philip G. Kreyenbroek 260
Zoroastrians in Twentieth Century Iran / Farhang Mehr 278
Fire Temples and other Sacred Precincts in Iran and India / Faroukh Dastur, Firoza Punthakey Mistree 300
Evolution of the Towers of Silence and their Significance / Azmi Wadia 324
Protecting the Physical World / Fireze M. Kotwal, Khojeste Mistree 336
The Court of the Lord of Rituals / Firoze M. Kotwal, Khojeste Mistree 366
Observances of the Faithful / Shelmaz N. Munshi, Sarah Stewart 384
A General Account of Iranian Studies / Kaikhusroo M. JamaspAsa 398
New Map of Indostan or East Indies 408
Parsi Arrival and Early Settlements in India / Khojeste Mistree 410
Colonial Trade and Parsi Entrepreneurs / Rusheed R. Wadia 434
A New Map of Asia 456
Bombay Parsis and the Diaspora in the 18th and 19th Centuries / John R. Hinnells 458
Paris Pioneers of the Press (1822-1915) / B. K. Karanjia 478
Of Costumes and Sets: Parsi Theatre / Saryu Doshi 484
Parsis and the Spirit of Indian Nationalism / Adi H. Doctor 492
Entertaining the Zoroastrian Way / Sturin Simmons 508
Jamva Chalo: The Eating Habits of the Parsis / Shalini Devi Holkar, Sharada Dwivedi 520
Parsi Cuisine in the Villages of Gujarat / Katy Dalal 534
Dress of the Imperial Court / Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis 540
Hues of Madder, Pomegranate, and Saffron: Traditional Costumes of Yazd / Firoza Punthakey Mistree 552
The Tanchoi and the Garo: Parsi Textiles and Embroidery / Kalpana Desai 576
Style and Elegance: Parsi Costumes in the 18th and 19th Century / Firoza Punthakey Mistree, Pheroza J. Godrej 604
Faces from the Mists of Time: Parsi Portraits of Western India (1750-1900) / Pheroza J. Godrej 620
Zoroastrians of Iran: A Panorama / Firoza Punthakey Mistree, Pheroza J. Godrej 660
Parsis of Western India: A Panorama / Pheroza J. Godrej, Firoza Punthakey Mistree 684
Goell, T.
"Nemrud Dagh" (1955)
Anatolian Studies, 1955, vol. V, p. 13-14.
Goetz, Hermann
"The History of Persian Costume" (1938)
In: Pope, Arthur Upham & Ackerman, Phyllis (eds.), A Survey of Persian art from prehistoric times to the present (1981 Centennial edition), vol 1
New York: Maxwell Aley Literary Associates, 1981, 3 ed., p. 2227 ff.
The art of India : five thousand years of Indian art (1959)
New York: Crown, 1964, 2 ed., 283 p.
Abstract: See section IV, p. 69, Parthians, Scythians and Kushanas.
Goldman, Bernard
"The Architectural Decoration" (1972)
In: Hopkins, Clark, Topography and architecture of Seleucia on the Tigris
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1972
"Parthians at Gandhâra" (1978)
East and West, 1978, vol. 28, no. 1-4 (Dec), p. 189-202.
Abstract: Describes a group of Gandharan reliefs reportedly found in the district of Bruner and dating from the end of the first century A.D.
"The Dura Synagogue Costumes and Parthian Art" (1992)
In: Gutmann, Joseph (ed.), The Dura-Europos Synagogue : a re-evaluation (1932-1992) : South Florida studies in the history of Judaism ; no. 25
Atlanta: Scholars Press, 1992, p. 53-78.
"Pictorial graffiti of Dura-Europos" (1999)
Parthica, 1999, vol. 1, p. 19-106.
Goldsworthy, Adrian Keith
The Roman army at war, 100 BC-AD 200 (1996)
New York: Oxford University Press, 1996, xiv+311 p.
Abstract: See "The Parthians", pp. 60-67
Roman warfare (2000)
London: Cassell, 2000, 224 p.
Golenko, Konstantin
Denezhnoe obrashchenie Kolkhidy v rimskoe vremia [Monetary circulation in Colchis in Roman times, in Russian] (1964)
Leningrad: Hermitage, 1964, 108 p.
Abstract: Coins circulating in Colchis included Artabanus II drachms. Finds in western Georgia are listed.
"Khinisli Coins Hidden from Rome" (1970)
World Coins, 1970, no. 74, p. 166, 168.
Abstract: Three hundred locally struck coins of Thrace, Athens, Rome and Parthia, as well as Bithynia, Pontus and Seleucia burried almost 2000 years ago at Khinsli, Azerbaijan are discussed.
"Kolchis. Literaturüberblick der griechischen Numismatik" (1972)
Chiron, 1972, vol. 2, p. 565-610.
Abstract: Literature on Greek numismatics published in Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte dealing not only with locally minted coins, but also with all ancient coins in western Georgia, which corresponds to ancient Colchis, is considered.
Golenko, Konstantin & Kapanadze, D .G.
"Monety naidennye v selenii Zguderi (Gruzinskaia SSR) v 1964-1965" [Coins found in Zguderi, Georgian SSR in 1964-1965, in Russian] (1968)
Vestnik Drevnei Istorii, 1968, no. 1, p. 160-166.
Abstract: Résumé in English. Along with other coins found scattered at a necropolis near Zguderi, 12 drachms of Artabanus II (A.D. 10-38) were found. Monetary circulation in the southern Caucasus in Roman times is discussed.
Golenko, Konstantin & Karyszkowski, P. O.
"The Gold Coinage of King Pharnaces of the Bosphorus" (1972)
Numismatic Chronicle, 1972, tome/ser. 7, vol. 12, p. 25-38.
Abstract: These very rare staters were minted from 55/4 to 51/50 B.C. in Panticapaeum with the title "Great King of Kings," which was assumed by the Bosporan ruler after the death of Tigranes II of Armenia; the strengthening of the power of Orodes II in Parthia forced Pharnaces to give up his claims for the sake of the common struggle against Rome.
Golenko, Konstantin & Radzhabli, A. M.
Ali-Bairamlinskii klad i nekotorye voprosy obrashcheniia parfianskikh money v zakavkaz'e [The Ali-Bairam hoard and the circulation of Parthian Coins in Transcaucasia] (1975)
Vestnik Drevnei Istorii, 1975, tome/ser. 2, vol. 132, p. 71-93.
Abstract: Summary in English. Publication of the Ali-Bairam hoard near Merv (anceint Alexandria Margiana). "It is here suggested that some of the drachm issues of Artabanus II [Sellwood 1971, types 61-63] and Gotarzes II [Sellwood 1971, types 65-66] were minted posthumously for use in Transcaucasia." [Mørkholm, "Greece to India", 1979]
Gomez, Thomas Manuel
Rome, Parthia, and the evolution of Judeao-Christian eschatology (1980)
1980, ix+215 p.
Gonnella, Robert
"Eine bisher unbekannte Kupferdrachme von Artaban II" (10-28 n. Chr.) (1993)
Schweizer Münzblätter (Gazette Numismatique Suisse), 1993, tome/ser. 43, vol. 170, p. 21-24.
Abstract: The rare copper drachm of Artabanus II which is published here was struck in the eastern provinces of the kingdom when Rome installed her protege Tiridates on the Parthian throne; the issue must have been intended for local circulation. [Silvia Hurter]
"Ein überprägtes Tetradrachmon des Vonones I" (8 bis 12 n. Chr.) (1995)
Schweizer Münzblätter (Gazette Numismatique Suisse), 1995, vol. 45, no. 178, p. 29-32.
Abstract: The article deals with a tetradrachm of Artabanus, which is an overstrike of a tetradrachm of Vonones I. The peculiarity of this coin is that you can read the dates of both Parthian rulers. [Author]
"Ein bisher unbekanntes Bronze-Tetradrachmon von Vardanes I (ca. 40 bis 45 n. Chr.)" (1996)
Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, 1996, vol. 46, p. 39-47.
Abstract: An unknown bronze tetradrachm of Vardanes I has been analyzed in a non-destructive way by a so-called energydispersive X-Ray microanalysis (REM). It turned out that the coin had more than 10% tin. The consequence is that the coin must have been casted in a situation of civil war between Vardanes I and Gotarzes although tetradrachms were usually struck only in Seleukia. To cast coins, it is not necessary to be in possession of an important mint. The presented bronze tetradrachmon makes it likely that Vardanes ruled until the period between October 46 to September 47 and not just until 45 A.D. [Author]
"New Evidence for Dating the Reign of Vonones I" (8/9 to 11/22 A.D.) (2001)
Numismatic Chronicle, 2001, vol. 161, p. 67-73.
Abstract: The presented tetradrachm of Vonones I gives evidence that he did not control the mint in Seleukia as Sellwood dated it from AD 8 to 12, but at least until AD 15. McDowell Coins from Seleukia on the Tigris (Chicago 1935) came to a similar result based on an analysis of bronze coins minted by the autonomous mint of Seleukia. [Author]

The date of the reign of Vonones I, king of Parthia is mostly attested by coins, mainly tetradrachms. The author follows the majority of historians in believing that the Macedonian calendar was used on them, and describes two new tetradrachms which show that the reign of Vonones I, hitherto assumed to date from about AD 8 to 12, must be extended to September AD 15 at least. [Oliver Hoover]
Neue Überlegungen zur parthischen Münzstätte Artemita (2001-2002)
Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, 2004, vol. 51/52 (2001/2002), p. 1-16.
Abstract: Gonnella argues that there never was a Parthian mint in the city of Artemita.

R.G. rejette l’idée, soutenue par Sellwood et Shore, qu’il y eut à Artemita un atelier monétaire parthe. Il se base sur les résultats d’une analyse du matériel numismatique (avant tout des monogrammes), sur la situation géographique de la ville d’Artemita (en particulier sa proximité avec Seleukeia, Suse et Ecbatane) ainsi que sur son rôle historique (un simple poste militaire pendant les périodes pré-séleucides et sassanides).
[Karin Mosig-Walburg, Abstracta Iranica [En ligne], Volume 27, mis en ligne le : 2 janvier 2007. URL http://abstractairanica.revues.org/document5810.html]
"Neue Überlegungen zur parthischen Münzstätte Artemita" [New thoughts about the Parthian mint Artemita, in German] (2003)
Jahrbuch für Numismatik und Geldgeschichte, 2003, vol. 51/52 (2001/2002), p. 1-15.
Abstract: Abstract:
The author is of the opinion that during the Parthian realm no mint was located in the city of Artemita. With the conquest of the eastern Seleucian territory, the Parthians were confronted with a well functioning monetary economy which consequently forced them to continue to mint coins so as to not interrupt the supply of coins for the eastern Seleucid monetary market. The most important cities in the eastern part of the Seleucid realm were Seleucia, Ecbatana and Susa. Numismatists dealing with the Seleucid period are not aware of a mint located in Artemita. The same applies to the Sasanian period. All bronze coins and tetradrachms were provided by nearby Seleucia. Drachms came from Ecbatana. Isidor of Charax, living at the time of the Roman emperor Augustus, wrote that Artemita was renamed into Chalasar. Therefore, quoting Artmita as a mint makes no sense. [Author]
Goodblatt, D.
"Josephus on Parthian Babylonia ('Antiquities XVIII, 310-379') + 'Jewish Antiquities' Book-18 and a Conflict in Seleucia" (1987)
Journal of the American Oriental Society, 1987, vol. 107, no. 4 (Oct-Dec), p. 605-622.
Goodrich, Samuel G.
A history of all nations, from the earliest periods to the present time ; or, Universal history: in which the history of every nation, ancient and modern, is separately given. Illustrated by 70 stylographic maps, and 700 engravings (1850)
In: 2 vols.
Auburn, New York: Derby and Miller, 1853
Abstract: Includes
- Rise of The Parthian Empire - The Arsacidae - Invasion of Crassus",
- Defeat of Crassus - Parthian Conquests
- Decline And Fall of The Parthian Empire - Government - Military Strength Etc
Gordus, Adon A.
"Non-destructive analysis of Parthian, Sasanian, and Umayyad Silver Coins" (1974)
In: Kouymjian, Dickran K. (ed.), Near Eastern Numismatics, Iconography, Epigraphy, and History: Studies in Honor of George C. Miles.
Beirut: American University of Beirut, 1974, p. 141-162.
Abstract: Includes only a brief mention of Parthian coins and two charts, one of gold impurity levels in Parthian drachms as determined by streak method, and one of silver content of Parthian drachms as determined by low neutron intensity analysis. [Gordus mentions a paper on this project to be published jointly with David Sellwood, but I've not seen it.]
Gorelik, Michael
Warriors of Eurasia from the VIII Century BC to the 17th Century AD (1995)
Montvert, 1995
Abstract: This book represents one of the most up-to-date analyses of the history,organisation, dress, equipment and weapons of Eurasian warriors.
Gorlæus, Abraham
Cabinet de pierres antiques gravées, ou collection choisie de 216 bagues et de 682 pierres égyptiennes, étrusques, grecques, romaines, parthiques, gauloises, &c. (1778)
Paris: Chez Lamy, 1778
Abstract: The earliest work on the topic, first published circa 1601. Full title: cabinet de pierres antiques gravées, ou collection choisie de 216 bagues et de 682 pierres égyptiennes, étrusques, grecques, romaines, parthiques, gauloises, &c. tirées du cabinet de gorlée, & autres célebres cabinets de l'europe. tome premier: bagues antiques. A Paris: Chez Lamy, 1778. The first volume only, of two. Finely engraved portrait plate of the author, finely engraved allegorical title, printed title in red and black with a woodcut device, Avertissement/Approbation leaf, 8 pages, 109 finely engraved plates of antique rings featuring engraved gems. Quarto: 29.5 x 23 cm.
Goussous, Nayef G. & Tarawneh, Khalaf F.
Coinage of the Ancient and Islamic World (1991)
Amman: Arab Bank, 1991, 96 p.
Abstract: Text in English and Arabic. Includes sections on Armenian, Parthian and Sasanain coinage.
Gowing, Sir Lawrence
A History of art (2002)
Ann Arbor: Borders Press, 2002, xv+992 p.
Goyal, Shankar
Ancient Indian Numismatics : A Historiographical Study (1998)
New Delhi: Vedams Books International, 1998, xviii+226 p.
Abstract: Preface.
1. The origin and antiquity of coinage in India.
2. The punch-marked coins.
3. The tribal and local coins.
4. The Indo-Greek coinage.
5. The imperial Scytho-Parthian and Western Kshatrapa coinage.
6. The coinage of the Kushanas.
7. The Satavahana coinage.
8. The coinage of the Gupta Empire.
9. The coinage of the Vakatakas.
10. Coins of the North Indian dynasties of the post-Gupta period (550-750 A.D).
11. Some miscellaneous aspects.
Bibliographical Index.

"The study of ancient Indian coins is now a well-established discipline with a history of about two centuries behind it. But strangely no monograph on its historiography has so far been published. The present full-length monograph on this subject is thus a pioneering study. It critically examines all the important works and research articles published during the last two hundred years. Divided into eleven chapters it begins with the progress of the study of the problems of the origin and antiquity of
coinage in India (Ch. one) and is followed by the historiography of PMC, local and tribal coins, Indo-Greek coinage, coinages of the Imperial Scythians and Pahlavas and the Western Kshatrapas and the coinage of the Kushanas (Chs. second to sixth). Then in the next four Chs. the numismatography of the Satavahanas, the Guptas, the Vakatakas and the post-Gupta dynasties has been discussed. In the last and concluding Ch. some miscellaneous aspects of ancient Indian numismatics, not covered in
the study of the coins of various periods and dynasties, have been examined. Thus this monograph is at once a pioneering and comrephensive study of the historiography of ancient Indian numismatics." (jacket)
Gozzini Giacosa, Ilaria
A taste of ancient Rome [A cena da Lucullo, translated] (1992)
Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1994, xii+231 p.
Abstract: Note Recipes in English and Latin. Translation of: A cena da Lucullo translated by Anna Herklotz; with a foreword by Mary Taylor Simeti. Includes receipe for Parthian' Roast Lamb (Agnum Particum or Agnum Pasticum)
Graetz, Heinrich
Das konigreich Mesene und seine judische bevolkerung (1879)
Breslau: Schatzky, 1879, 44 p.
History of the Jews : From the reign of Hyrcanus (135 B.C.E.) to the completion of the Babylonian Talmud (500 C.E.), Volume II (1891)
Philadelphia: Jewish Publication Society of America, 1891
Abstract: See especially Chapter 19, "The Jews of the Parthian Empire"
Grant, Michael
The Jews In The Roman World (1984)
New York: Dorset, 1984, xi+347 p.
Abstract: Grant talks about the intrigues (as perceived by the Romans) between the thriving Jewish community in the Parthian empire and the much better treatment enjoyed under the much earlier Persian rule. Cyrus the Great ended the Babylonian captivity and granted religious tolerance, something denied Jews under both Greek and Roman rule, either through official policy (Rome's abuse of the special tax on the Jews for example) or mob violence (desecration of synagogues, murder of priests and other Jews, destruction of written material). [excerpt, Amazon.com review by "holy_olio"]
Gray, E. W.
"Grundzüge der parthischen Geschichte (Grundzüge XXXIX) by K. Schippmann" (book review) (1985)
Journal of Roman Studies, 1985, vol. 75, p. 250-252.
Abstract: Gray spends the largest part of the review (most of p.251) discussing the remarkable qanat system; first established on a significant scale owing to far-sighted Achaemenid policy for inspiring enormous and willing labour efforts (described by Polybius x.28.3-4), and due to which "large regions of Iran have always been characterized by an oasis landscape and culture". [Mark Passehl]
"Parthian Art (Elek archaeology and anthropology) by M.A.R. Colledge" (book review) (1985)
Journal of Roman Studies, 1985, vol. 75, p. 282-283.
Greatrex, Geoffrey
"Roman frontiers and foreign policy in the East" (2007)
In: Aspects of the Roman East : Papers in Honour of Professor Fergus Millar FBA [Studia Antiqua Australiensia (SAA 3)]
Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 2007
Green, Peter
Alexander to Actium : the historical evolution of the Hellenistic age (1993)
Berkeley: University of California Press, 1993
Abstract: Includes. among many others, these articles: pt. 4. "Ptolemaic and Seleucid decadence and the rise of Parthia, 145-116"; pt. 5. "Rome triumphant, 116-30 B.C. Mithridates, Sulla, and the freedom of the Greeks, 116-80"
Grenet, Frantz
Les Pratiques Funeraires dans l'Asie Centrale Sedentaire de la Conquete Grecque e l'Islamisation (1984)
Paris: Centre National de la Recherche Scientifique, 1984, 440 p.
Abstract: RESUME :

CHAPITRE I : Cadres pour une histoire religieuse de l'Asie centrale préislamique

CHAPITRE II : Les prescriptions funéraires des écritures zoroastriennes :
1) La manière de disposer du corps
2) Prescriptions annexes


CHAPITRE III : Remarques préalables à l'inventaire critique des sites
1) Historique des recherches de terrain
2) Principes d'analyse et de présentation

CHAPITRE IV : Les sépultures de la période H (« hellénistique », fin IVè s./fin Ilè s.av.n.è.) :
1) Chorasmie
2) Sogdiane
3) Parthyène-Margiane
4) Bactriane

CHAPITRE V : Les sépultures de la période K (« kouchano-parthe », fin IIè s.av.n.è./déb. Illè s.d.n.è.)
1) Chorasmie
2) Sogdiane
3) Parthyène-Margiane
4) Bactriane

CHAPITRE VI : Les sépultures de la période S («kouchano-sasanide », déb. IIIè/milieu Vè s.) :
1) Chorasmie
2) Sogdiane
Marches sogdiennes
3) Parthyène-Margiane
4) Bactriane

CHAPITRE VII : Les sépultures de la période M (« haut Moyen Age », milieu Vè/milieu VIIlè s. ou au-delà) :
1) Chorasmie
2) Sogdiane
Marches sogdiennes
3) Parthyène-Margiane
4) Bactriane


CHAPITRE VIII : Les sépultures sans décharnement : élémination ou persistance :
1) La crémation
2) Les sépultures à corps entiers : le cas parthomargian ; le problème des sépultures royales
3) Formes de transition entre la sépulture nomade et la sépulture à décharnement
4) La diversité bactrienne

CHAPITRE IX : Les sépultures à décharnement : le traitement du corps ; ses réceptacles successifs
1) Le dépôt préalable du corps : les katas
2) Le décharnement : les dakhmas
3) Le traitement ultérieur des ossements ; leurs réceptacles

CHAPITRE X : Les sépultures à décharnement : problèmes d'appartenance religieuse
1) Indices de conformité et références explicites au zoroastrisme
2) Indices de non-conformité : rites d'adoration et de lamentation
3) L'attitude des minorités religieuses face à ces pratiques
"La peinture sassanide de Ghulbiyan" (1999)
In: Boucharlat, Rémy (ed.), Empires Perses d'Alexandre aux Sassanides
Dossiers d'Archeologie, 1999, no. 243, p. 66-67.
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