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Harper, Prudence O.
"Luxury Vessels as Symbolic Images: Parthian and Sasanian Iran and Central Asia"
In: Histoire et cultes de l'Asie Central préislamique. Sources écrites et documents archéologiques. Actes du Colloque international du CNRS (Paris, 22-28 novembre 1988)
p. 95-100.
The Royal Hunter, art of the Sasanian Empire (1978)
New York: Asia Society, 1978
Abstract: Catalogue of an exhibition at the Asia House Gallery, winter of 1978
"Parthian and Sasanian Silverware; Questions of Continuity and Innovation" (1987)
Mesopotamia, 1987, vol. 22
Hart, Gerald D.
"Trichoepithelioma and the Kings of Ancient Parthia" (1966)
Canadian Medical Association Journal, 1966, vol. 94, no. March, p. 547-549.
"The Diagnosis of Disease from Ancient Coins" (1973)
Archaeology, 1973, vol. 26, no. 2, p. 123-127.
Abstract: A study of Hellenistic coin portraits indicates the presence of diseases which can be identified. Coins of Orodes I, Phraates IV, Mithradates II, Vologeses II and IV, Seleucus I, Myrina, Philetaerus of Pergamum, Syracuse, Cleopatra and Ptolemy are described.

Also seen as a paper presented at the 70th General Meeting of the Archaeological Institute of America, Toronto, Dec 28-30, 1968 in American Journal of Archaeology, vol. 73, no. 2 (Apr 1969), p. 236.
"Disease in the Ancient World: the Numismatic Evidence" (1973)
Cornucopiae, 1973, vol. 1, no. 4 (May), p. 51-66.
Abstract: Certain Hellenistic coins provide evidence about disease not only of individual kings, but of whole populations as well. The portrait tetradrachms of the Arsacids show the persistence of trichoepithelioma, Brook's tumor, over six generations.... [W. G. Burleigh]
"An Additional Note on Trichoepithelioma" (1975)
Cornucopiae, 1975, vol. 3, no. 1 (Feb), p. 10.
Abstract: The depiction of trichoepithelioma, Brook's tumor, on the portrait coins of Artabanus IV and Mithradates IV gives additional support for the presence of a hereditary benign tumor in the Arsacid house. [W. G. Burleigh]
Hartmann, John E.
"Artabannes 2) (Armenier aus d. Arsakidengeschlecht)"
In: RE II.1
1291 p.
Greek Numismatic Epigraphy: A primer on the inscriptions of Greek coins (1969)
Chicago: Argonaut Inc., 1969, 92 p.
Abstract: Includes M. N. Tod, Epigraphical Notes on Greek Coinage. See review in Numismatist, vol. 82, no. 5 (May 1969), p. 629.
Hartmann, Udo
Das palmyrenische Teilreich (2001)
In: Series: Oriens et occidens ; Bd. 2
Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2001
Abstract: See review by Stefan R. Hauser, Orientalische Literaturzeitung 99,3, 2004, 323-330.
"'Denn ihrem Diktat vermochte der König nicht zu widersprechen...' Die Position der Frauen am Hof der Arsakiden" (2006)
In: Panaino, Antonio; Piras, Andrea & Zippoli, Riccardo (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Conference of the Societas Iranologica Europaea, Ravenna, 6-11 Oct. 2003. Vol. I: Ancient and Middle Iranian Studies
Milano: 2006, p. 485-517.
Hartmann, Udo & Luther, Andreas
"Münzen des hatrenischen Herrn wrwd (Worod)" (2002)
In: Schuol, Monika, Hartmann, Udo & Luther, Andreas (eds.), Grenzüberschreitungen : Formen des Kontakts zwischen Orient und Okzident im Altertum
Stuttgart: Steiner, 2002, p. 161-168.
Abstract: Discusses a coin with Aramaic inscription in the Berlin cabinet:
Staatliche Museen zu Berlin, Münzkabinett, 1880/82 (mit Löbbecke getauscht), kaiserzeitlich (trajanisch?)
Vs.: aramäische Lagend (wrwd, für "Worod"); bärtiges Porträt r.; darüber Kopfaufsatz (Frisur?)
Rs.: SC in Kranz
AE. 27mm. 12 h. 10,56 g.
Includes photo of stone bust of Orodes.
Haruta, Seiro
Kingdom of Elymais in the First and Second Century A.D. [in Japenese] (1990)
Kyoto: Shirin, 1990, vol. 73, no. 3
Abstract: Transliterated Japanese title: Kigengo-no Eryumaisu Oukoku
"Sar-e Pol-e Zohâb Inscriptions: King Gotarz Son of King Artabân and Spâdak of the Great Kârin Family" [in Japanese] (1990)
Bulletin of the Society for Western and Southern Asiatic Studies [Seinan-Asia Kenkyu], 1990, no. 33 (Sep 1990), p. 55-68.
Abstract: Prof. Haruta's reading, based not on the relief itself but only on the photograph in the Iranische Denkmaeler, is as follows:
-- Inscription A (Left):
1) ptkr ZNH (reading certain)
2) NP$H gwtrz (reading certain)
3) ML(K') (reading probable)
4) (BRY) (reading possible)
5) (')rtbnw (reading possible; Gropp's reading 'BRY gyw' is impossible)
6) MLK' (reading uncertain)
-- Inscription B (Right)
1) p(tk)r ZNH (reading certain)
2) N(P$)H (reading certian)
3) sp(d)k (reading possible)
4) kryn (reading possible)
5) wzrk (reading possible)
-- Gropp thinks that there is a line below Line 6; that is, his line 7 of Inscription A, while Prof. Haruta does not.
-- Gropp and Brunner (apud Kawami in Acta Iranica 26) regards the vertical lines in the left end of lines 2-5 of Inscription B as parts of letters; Prof. Haruta regards these lines as the edge(s) of the face and of the diadem.
-- Prof. Haruta finds Inscription A seems to belong to Gotarz II, rather than Gotarz I, but this is not decisive.
-- 'Kryn' in the Inscription B may be the name of a noble family, or may be the geographical name, 'Karina' in Stathmoi Parthikoi, but the reading of the Inscription B is not certain at all.
"Formation of Verbal Logograms (Aramaeograms) in Parthian" (1992)
Orient (Deutsches Orient-Institut), 1992, vol. 28, p. 17-36.
Abstract: See brief review comment by Prof. Gignoux in a recent Abstracta Iranica.
"A Primary Source for the History of the Arshakid Parthia : Astronomical Diaries from 164 B.C. to 61 B.C." [in Japanese] (1998)
Oriento (Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan), 1998, vol. 41-2, p. 181-193.
Abstract: Prof. Haruta shows how useful the Astronomical Diaries are for the study of Arsacid Parthia. He argues:
-- For the royal lines: Mihrdat II died in 91 B.C. (No.-90 Obv.31), not in 87 B.C.
-- For the political history: The invasion of the Elymaeans into Babylonia in 145 B.C. has been unknown so far.
-- For the estimation of the other sources: 'Vagasis' in Justinus XLI,7 is probably 'Bagayasha' in the Diaries No.-137A Obv.18 etc., though the former is said to be under Mihrdat I. 'Pitthides' in Diodoros XXXIV/XXXV is without doubt the same person in the Diaries (No.-124B Obv.19), though scholars have thought the former under the reign of Frahat II. 'Mithrates' in a Bisotun inscription is apparently the 'MitraTu' in the Diaries (No.-90 Obv.15 etc.).
-- High officials with Greek names: note also the difference between the period of Mihrdat I / Frahat II and that of Mihrdat II.
-- Highly developed propaganda by reading royal letters in 'bi:t ta:marti' in Babylon.
-- Re-examination of the Awroman parchment No.1: if the date were written in the Macedonian method, as scholars have thought, the parchment would be written under the reign of Gotarz I (Mihrdat II died some years earlier); the names of queen of Gotarz I in Diaries does not accord those in the Awroman parchment No.1 at all. It is better to assume, therefore, that the date is written in the Babylonian method, that is, November 87 B.C., after the new king (Urod?) sat on the throne (No.-86A Rev.4). Also important is that the king of the Awroman parchment No.1 has the title 'king of kings' though no coins have the legend 'king of kings' through the Dark Age after Mihrdat II had died.
-- For the history of the 'Arabs': constant raids by 'Arbaya' are reported in Diaries from 130 B.C. to 106 B.C.
-- For the history of Babylon: reading royal letters in 'bit tamarti' may offer the chance to interact the people of the Esagila temple-institution and Greek-Macedonian population; that may lead to the fade out of the latter into the neighbouring people then speaking Aramaic.
-- In a note, Prof. Haratu briefly refutes Geller's fanciful article "The Last Wedge" (ZA 87) by pointing out that the palaeography of Greek scripts shown in the Awroman Nos.1 & 2 does not contradict the early dating (1st century B.C.) of the 'Graeco-Babylonica tablets'
"A New Translation of the Avroman Parchment No. 3 (British Library Or. 8115)" (2001)
Oriento (Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan), 2001, vol. 44, no. 2, p. 124-134.
"Elymaean and Parthian Inscriptions from Khuzestan: a Survey" (2006)
In: Panaino, Antonio & Piras, Andrea (eds.), Proceedings of the 5th Conference of the Societas Iranologica Europæa, Ravenna, 6-11 Oct 2003. Vol. I
Ancient & Middie Iranian Studies
Milano: 2006, p. 471-478.
Hauser, Stefan R.
"Eine arsakidenzeitliche Nekropole in Ktesiphon" (1993)
Baghdader Mitteilungen, 1993, vol. 24, p. 325-420.
"The production of pottery in Arsacid Ashur" (1994)
In: Bartl, Karin & Hauser, Stefan R. (eds.), Continuity and Change in Northern Mesopotamia from the Hellenistic to the Early Islamic Period. Proceedings of a Colloquium held at the Seminar fur Vorderasiatische Altertumskunde, Freie Universitat Berlin, 6th-9th April, 1994
Berlin: Deitrich Reimer, 1996, p. 55-.
Abstract: Includes historical background and overview on prior pottery scholarship. Detailed map of Jazira showing location of Assur.
Chronologische und historisch-politische Untersuchungen zur ostlichen Gazira in vorislamischer Zeit (1994)
Berlin: Mikrofilm-Center Klein, 1994
Abstract: Thesis (doctoral)--Freie Universitat Berlin. Includes bibliographical references (leaves 613-661).
"Die mesopotamischen Handelswege nach der Tabula Peutingeriana" (1995)
In: Dittmann, Reinhard; Finkbeiner, Uwe; & Hauptmann, Harald (eds.), Beiträge zur Kulturgeschichte Vorderasiens. Festschrift für Rainer Michael Boehmer
Mainz am Rhein: Philipp von Zabern, 1995, p. 225 - 235.
Abstract: This paper deals with the historical geography of Northern Mesopotamia in the Arsacid period. It offers a reconstruction of the long-distance trade routes between Ktesiphon and the Roman Empire according to the Tabula Peutingeriana. [Author]
"Hatra und das Königreich der Araber" (1996)
In: Wiesehöfer, Josef (ed.), Das Partherreich und seine Zeugnisse - The Arsacid Empire : Sources and Documentation. Beiträge des Internationalen Colloquiums, Eutin (27.-30. Juni 1996). Historia-Einzelschriften, 122
Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 1998, p. 493-528.
Abstract: This article summarizes the historical and archaeological evidence for Hatra and its hinterland pointing to the relationship of nomadic and sedentary peoples. The role of Hatra in relation to the Arsacid Empire and as center of a dimorphic system is explored. [Author]
"Ecological Borders and Political Frontiers: The Eastern Jazirah in the Later Preislamic Period" (2000)
In: Milano, Lucio et al. (eds.), Landscapes : territories, frontiers and horizons in the ancient Near East : papers presented to the XLIV Rencontre assyriologique internationale, Venezia, 7-11 July 1997, part 2, Geography and cultural landscapes
Padova: Sargon, 2000, p. 187 - 201.
Abstract: Settlement development and ecological conditions in the arid hinterland of Hatra during the Arsacid period are discussed. [Author]
"Babylon in arsakidischer Zeit" (2000)
In: Babylon: Focus mesopotamischer Geschichte, Wiege früher Gelehrsamkeit, Mythos in der Moderne. Colloquien der Deutschen Orient-Gesellschaft 2
Saarbrücken: SDV, 2000, p. 207-239.
Abstract: Based on a thorough survey of the archaeological evidence it is demonstrated that Babylon, contrary to traditional beliefs, remained a large and important center of Babylonia during most of the Arsacid period.
"Zur Datierung der arsakidischen Tetradrachmen" (2000)
In: Dittmann, Reinhard; Hrouda, Barthel; Löw, Ulrike, and Thürwächter, Sabine (eds.), Variatio delectat, Iran und der Westen. Gedenkschrift für Peter Calmeyer
Münster: Ugarit Verlag, 2000, p. 321-342.
Abstract: The article discusses the calendar used in the minting of Arsacid coins. The commonly held view of the use of the Makedonian calender is challenged. If we use the Babylonian calendar instead this causes several important changes for Arsacid history.
Review: Monika Schuol, Die Charakene: Ein mesopotamisches Königreich in hellenistisch-parthischer Zeit (Oriens et Occidens, Band 1). Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag, 2000. pp. 554. (2001)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2001, vol. 12, no. 20
Review: Winter, Engelbert & Dignas, Beate, Rom und das Perserreich. Zwei Weltmächte zwischen Konfrontation und Koexistenz (2002)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 2002, vol. 2002.05.06
Review: Hartmann, Udo, "Das palmyrenische Teilreich", Orient et Occidens 2, Stuttgart: Franz Steiner Verlag 2001 (2004)
Orientalistische Literaturzeitung, 2004, vol. 99, no. 3, p. 323-330.
"Die ewigen Nomaden? Bemerkungen zu Herkunft, Militär, Staatsaufbau und nomadischen Traditionen der Arsakiden" (2005)
In: Meissner, Burkhard et al. (eds.), Krieg - Gesellschaft - Institutionen. Konferenz Wittenberg, Mai 2003
Berlin: Akademie Verlag, 2005, p. 163-208.
Abstract: The article challenges a number of commonly held ideas about the nomadic heritage and character of the Parthian Arsacids. The often assumed important role of the grandees weakening central control is disputed. [Author]
Havell, Ernest B.
The history of Aryan rule in India from the earliest times to the death of Akbar (1918)
In: SAMP early 20th-century Indian books project ; item 10298
London: George G. Harrap, 1918, xxxi+583 p.
Abstract: See pp. 75, 130, 140 concerning Rome's extravagant expenditures for eastern luxeries.
Hazelton, James R.
"New finds...." (1989)
The Celator, 1989, vol. 3, no. 11 (Nov), p. 30.
Abstract: Reports an unpublished tetradrachm of Mithradates I with unusual Greek inscription, possibly transliterated Parthian.
Head, Barclay V.
Historia Nummorum. A Manual of Greek Numismatics (1887)
Chicago: Argonaut Inc., 1911, 2 ed.
Abstract: The plates in the original editions are unsurpassed. An historic reference and the magnum opus of Greek Numismatics. Oxford 1911, second edition. New and Enlarged Edition, London, 1963 reprint [Spink]. Reprinted 1967 [Argonaut], 1977, etc.
See review of 1911 edition, Spink’s Monthly Numismatic Circular (1911) at http://www.snible.org/coins/hn/reviews.html
A guide to the principal gold and silver coins of the ancients, from circ. B.C. 700 to A.D. 1 (1895)
London: Trustees of the British Museum, 1895, 2 ed.
Abstract: 1881 2nd edition available at Miami University.
1909 5th edition available at University of Cincinnati
"Appendix on The Ancient Coinage of the Parthians" (1903)
In: Parthian stations by Isidore of Charax; an account of the overland trade route between the Levant and India in the first century, B. C.
Chicago: Ares, 1976, p. 47-54.
Abstract: The original 1914 edition of Parthian Stations does not have the Barclay Head appendix. It appears in the 1976 reprint.
Head, Barclay V. & Svoronos, John N.
Historia ton nomismaton, etoi egxeiridion ellenikes nomismatikes, metaphrasthen ek tes anglikes kai symplerothen ypo Ioannos N. Sboronos (1898)
In: 3 volumes. Series: Vivliotheke Marasle
Athens: P. D. Sakellarios, Bibliopoleion K. Mpek, 1898
Abstract: In three volumes. Greek translation of B. V. Head, Historia Numorum with added information, plates.
Heckel, Waldemar
"From Samarkhand to Sardis. A new approach to the Seleucid empire by Susan Sherwin-White & Amélie Kuhrt" (book review) (1994)
Bryn Mawr Classical Review, 1994, vol. 2, no. 10
Heichelheim, F. M.
"Supply bases for Caracalla's Parthian campaign" (1944)
Classical Philology, 1944, vol. 39 (Apr), p. 113-115.
Heil, Matthäus
Die orientalische Außenpolitik des Kaisers Nero (1997)
München: 1997
Heinrich, E.
"Sechsten vorläufiger Bericht über die... in Uruk-Warka unternommenen Ausgrabungen" (1935)
In: Abbandlungen der Preussischen Akademie der Wissenschaft en
Berlin: 1935
Hellyer, Peter
"Archaeology in Umm al Qaiwain" (1988)
In: Bulletin of the Al Ain Chapter of the Emirates Natural History Group, 34
1988, no. 34 (March)
Henderson, B.
"The Chronology of the Wars in Armenia, A.D. 51-63" (1901)
Classical Review, 1901, vol. 15, p. 159 ff.
Henning, W. B.
Ein manichäisches Bet- und Beichtbuch (1937)
Berlin: Akademie der Wissenschaften, 1937, no. 10, 143 p.
Abstract: Manichaeism; Sogdian language texts; Parthian language texts.
"A List of Middle Persian and Parthian Words" (1937)
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1937, vol. 9, p. 79-92.
Review of E. Herzfeld, Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran 7-9 (1940)
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1940, vol. 10, p. 501-507.
"Two Manichaean Magical Texts, with an Excursus on the Parthian Ending -endeh" (1947)
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1947, vol. 12, p. 39-66.
"A Pahlavi Poem" (1950)
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1950, p. 641-648.
"The Monuments and Inscriptions of Tang-i-Sarvak" (1952)
Asia Major, 1952, vol. 2, no. 2, p. 151-151-178.
"A new Parthian inscription near Birjand, southern Khorasan" (1953)
Journal of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1953, vol. Pts. 3-4, p. 132-136.
Abstract: On pp. 135-136, a discussion of the Parthian title naxwadar, prefect or govenor.
Reprinted in W. B. Henning, Selected Papers, Vol 2', in Acta Iranica 15 (1977), pp. 409-413.
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