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Henning, W. B. (continued)
"Mitteliranisch" (1958)
In: Handbuch der Orientalistik Iranistik I
Leiden: 1958, p. 20-130.
Abstract: The best survey of Parthian and Sasanian inscriptions, plus a discussion of linguistic matters. [Frye, Heritage, 1963, p. 288]
W. B. Henning selected papers [in 2 volumes] (1977)
In: Acta Iranica 14
Abstract: In English, French, or German.
Contains all Henning's articles, most of his reviews, and some of his longer works.
Herbert, Raymond J.
"Note on an Aphrigid coin" (1967)
NAJN, 1967, vol. 6, p. 47-48.
Abstract: Some words on an Aphrigid coin acquired near Tehran.
"Some Drachms of Ardashir I" (1973-1974)
SAN (Journal of the Society for Ancient Numismatics), 1973, vol. 5, no. 2, p. 21-24.
Herling, Anja & Salles, Jean-François
"Hellenistic cemeteries in Bahrain" (1993)
In: Finkbeiner, Uwe, Materialien zur Archäologie der Seleukiden- und Partherzeit im südlichen Babylonien und im Golfgebiet : Ergebnisse der Symposien 1987 und 1989 in Blaubeuren
Tubingen: E. Wasmuth, 1993, p. 161-182.
Hermias of Methymna
[Fragments] (1961)
In: Die Fragmente der griechischen Historiker (F GR HIST), II
Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1961, 81 p.
Abstract: In connection with a discussion of the Apollo temple of Seleucia on the Tigris, Black notes Hermias of Methymna mentions in passing that a festival of Apollo Komalos was celebrated at Naukratis in Egypt; see J. Black, "The History of Parthia and Characene in the Second Century A.D.", p. 233.
Herodian. With an English translation by C.R. Whittaker (1970)
In: The Loeb classical library. Greek authors
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1970
Abstract: English and Greek
Herrmann, Albert
Die alten seidenstrassen zwischen China und Syrien : beiträge zur alten geographie Asiens (1910)
In: Quellen und forschungen zur alten geschichte und geographie. Hrsg. von W. Sieglin ... hft. 21
Berlin: Weidmann, 1910
Abstract: Issued also in part as the author's inaugural dissertation, Göttingen.
Historical and commercial atlas of China (1935)
In: Harvard-Yenching Institute monograph series ; v. 1
Cambridge: Harvard University Press, 1935, 112 p.
Abstract: Reprinted Taipei, Ch'eng Wen Pub. Co., 1970.
An historical atlas of China. General editor, Norton Ginsburg; prefatory essay by Paul Wheatley (1966)
Chicago: Aldine Pub. Co., 1966, 88 p.
Abstract: Based on the author's Historical and commercial atlas of China.
Herrmann, Georgina
The Iranian Revival (1977)
In: The Making of the Past (Series)
Oxford: Elsevier-Phaidon, 1977
Abstract: Beautifully illustrated, this book covers the Parthian and Sasanian periods; the 150 pages are about equally allocated to the two dynasties. Most of the illustrations are in color and many are far superior to those in other books on the topic. There are maps, and also diagrams of several archaeological sites. The approximately 8x11 inch (20x28 cm) page size allows a nice layout.

The text is targeted at a general audience, but students and scholars will also enjoy Herrmann's style and insights.
"Parthian and Sasanian Iran" (1980)
In: Sherratt, Andrew (ed.), The Cambridge Encyclopedia of Archaeology
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1980
Abstract: Chapter 43.
"Parthian and Sasanian Saddlery: New Light from the Roman West" (1989)
In: Meyer, Leon de & Haerinck, Ernie (eds.), Archaeologia iranica et orientalis : miscellanea in honorem Louis vanden Berghe / edenda curaverunt L. de Meyer et E. Haerinck, vol 2
Gent: Peeters Presse, 1989, p. 757-809.
"The Art of the Sasanians" (1989)
In: Ferrier, R. W., The Arts of Persia
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1989, p. 61-79.
Abstract: One plate of two coins from Ardashir, one in a Parthian hat, p. 63.
Unpublished paper #42051, read at the Alma Ata Seminar [Almaty, Kazakhstan], 15-17 June 1991
In: The Silk Roads: Roads Of Dialogue, Volume I, Land Routes 1990-1992 (bibliographic database), "Relations between sedentary and nomadic cultures along the major Silk Roads", Alma Ata Seminar (15-17 June 1991)
Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 1991
Abstract: After Alexander the Great had vanquished the Achaemenid armies, those of Central Asia and of northern India, a force had to be established to control the acquired territories. A new art of war was thus created in Central Asia combining nomadic light cavalry tactics (Parthia) with heavy cavalry (Cataphract), the equivalent of a modem-day tank. Horses from the steppe and iron technology from the cities form the fundamentals of this weaponry. The author goes on to quote several iconographical (Assyrian relief work) and literary sources (Livy: Battle of Magnesia in 189 BC under Antiochus III). She describes in detail the technology of lances, bows and arrows capable of piercing armour, and the development of equestrian equipment (bridles, bits, saddles and stirrups). British research is at present under way on the efficiency of these ancient models. Contribution of Russian and Chinese research findings on bows found in Siberian kurgans are discussed. The technology for assembling the strips using fish glue is particularly enlightening. [UNESCO bibliographic database]
"Early and Medieval Merv: A Tale of Three Cities" (1997)
In: 1996 Lectures and Memoirs. Proceedings of the British Academy ; 94
Oxford: Oxford University Press, 1997, p. 1-44.
Herrmann, Georgina; Kurbansakhatov, K. et al.
"The International Merv Project : preliminary report on the fifth season" (1996)
Iran, 1996, vol. 35, p. 1-33.
Abstract: Includes Parthian coin finds
Hersh, C. A.
"The Coinage of Quintus Labienus Parthicus" (1980)
Schweizerische numismatische Rundschau, 1980, vol. 59, p. 41-49.
Abstract: See image on p. 44, 9 (Obv. C/Rev. 9).
Herz, Peter
"Neue Mainzer Steininschriften" (1978-1979)
In: Mainzer Zeitschrift 73/74
1979, 280 p.
"Die Ala Parthorum et Araborum. Bemerkungen zur römischen Heeresgeschichte" (1982)
In: Germania. Anzeiger der Römisch-Germanischen Komission des Deutschen Archäologischen Instituts
Germania, 1982, vol. 60, p. 173-182.
Herzfeld, Ernst
Am Tor von Asien. Felsdenkmale aus Irans Heldenzeit (1920)
Berlin: 1920, 164 p.
Abstract: See Tafel XIX for the only published Sellwood type 66 tetradrachm with obverse letter Delta.
Paikuli: Monument and inscription of the early Sasanian Empire (1924)
Berlin: 1924
"The hoard of the Karen Pahlavs" (1928)
The Burlington Magazine, 1928, p. 21-27.
Kushano-Sasanian Coins (1930)
In: Memoirs of the Archaeological Survey of India, 38
"Sakastan" (1932)
Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran, 1932, vol. 4, p. 96.
Abstract: Subscribed to same theory as Bachhofer's -- that Vonones, "Great King of Kings," who struck coins in conjunction with his viceroys, Spalahores and Spalagadames, was identical with Vonones I of Parthia, 8/9-11/12 A.D. (Bachhofer, "On Greeks and Sakas in India," 223ff.).

On p. 36, discusses the term Arianne as possibly meaning the non-Greek eastern lands of Parthia, not a specific province. [Frye (1963), p. 266]
"Medisch und Parthisch" (1934)
Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran, 1934, vol. 7, p. 9-64.
Archaeological history of Iran (1935)
In: The Schweich lectures, 1934
London: Oxford University Press, 1935, 112 p.
Abstract: Presents a seemless view of Iranian material culture from neolithic times to the end of the Sasanian period, making frequent forays into Islamic times en route to point out striking continuities. In the course of this enquiry he was able to identify numerous recurrent ideas, themes and motifs. This holistic approach elided chronological divisions and conversely highlighted the remarkable continuities in Iranian art. (Robert Hillenbrand, writing the intro to The Art and Archaelology of Ancient Persia, 1998)
Iran in the ancient East : archaeological studies presented in the Lowell lectures at Boston (1941)
New York: Oxford University Press, 1941, 363 p.
Abstract: "This book is a presentation, in somewhat modified form, of the Lowell lectures delivered in Boston during October and November, 1936." --Pref
Zoroaster and his World (1947)
Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 1947
"Prof Herzfeld's notes on Parthian coinage" (1947)
In: Ernst Herzfeld and A. Orlowski Collections, Grunthal & Gans mail bid sale No. 3, 25 March 1947
New York: Grunthal & Gans, 1947, p. 7-10.
Herzfeld, Ernst & Trümpelmann, Leo (eds.)
Iranische Denkmäler (1932-)
Berlin: D. Reimer, 1932
Abstract: Editors: 1932-33, E.E. Herzfeld.; 1975- , L. Trümpelmann.
Vols. for 1932- issued in portfolio
Vols. for 1932-33 called also Reihe I: Vorgeschichte Denkmäler; for 1975- Reihe II: Iranische Felsreliefs
Vols. for 1975- "herausgegeben vom Deutschen Archaölogischen Institut, Abteilung Teheran."
Vols. for 1932- issued as supplements to Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran
Hiebert, Fredrik & Cambon, Pierre (eds.)
Afghanistan: Hidden Treasures from the National Museum, Kabul (2008)
2008, 304 p.
Abstract: Exhibition catalog. The exhibition, co-organized by the National Geographic Society and the National Gallery of Art, will travel to the Asian Art Museum, San Francisco, October 24, 2008 through January 25, 2009; the Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, February 22 through May 17, 2009; and The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, June 23 through September 20, 2009. After its tour through Paris, Turin, and Amsterdam, the show was reorganized for the United States and accompanied by this new catalogue.

Revealing Afghanistan’s multicultural heritage are some 228 objects ranging in date from 2200 BC to the second century AD. Drawn from four archaeological sites, they belong to the National Museum of Afghanistan in Kabul and include fragmentary gold bowls with artistic links to Mesopotamia and Indus valley cultures (modern-day Pakistan) from the Bronze Age site of Tepe Fullol; bronze and stone sculptures and a gilded silver plaque from the former Greek colony at Aï Khanum (“Lady Moon”); bronzes, ivories, and painted glassware that had been imported from Roman Egypt, China, and India, and excavated from ancient storerooms discovered in the 1930s and 1940s in Begram; and more than 100 gold ornaments from the “Bactrian Hoard,” found in 1978 in Tillya Tepe, the site of six nomad graves, and revealing a synthesis of Greek, Roman, Persian, Indian, Chinese, and Siberian styles.
Hill, G. F.
Ancient Greek and Roman coins; a handbook (1899)
Chicago: Argonaut Inc., 1964, xv+302 p.
Abstract: First published in 1899 under title: A handbook of Greek and Roman coins. Plate 10, no. 1 is cast of a Tiridates I (Hill's attribution) tetradrachm, used to illustrate the legend as a four-sided frame on Greek coins.
Historical Roman coins; from the earliest times to the reign of Augustus, described by G. F. Hill ... With fifteen plates (1909)
London: Constable & Co., 1909
"Andragora" (1919)
Atti e memorie Istituto Ital. di numismatica, 1919, vol. 3, no. 2
Attambelos I of Characene (1922)
In: Numismatic Notes and Monographs, No. 14
New York: American Numismatic Society, 1922, 12 p.
Catalogue of the Greek coins of Arabia, Mesopotamia, and Persia (Nabataea, Arabia Provincia, S. Arabia, Mesopotamia, Babylonia, Assyria, Persia, Alexandrine Empire of the East, Persis, Elymais, Characene) (1922)
In: A Catalogue Of Greek Coins in the British Museum
Bologna: Arnaldo Forni, 1978, ccxix+359 p.
Abstract: See especially "Elymais-Susiana", pp. CLXXXII-CXCIV et 245-288, pl. XXXVIII-XLII et LIII.
"Greek Coins Acquired by the British Museum in 1926" (1927)
Numismatic Chronicle, 1927, tome/ser. 5, vol. 7, p. 193-208.
Abstract: London received 9 coins from the IGCH 1813 hoard. The three Parthian coins are described on pp. 206-207.
"A hoard of coins from Nineveh" (1931)
Numismatic Chronicle, 1931, tome/ser. 5, vol. 11, p. 160-170.
"The Coinage of Ancient Persia" (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. 397-405.
Abstract: The Hill article is Chapter 29 in Vol I. The references to 98 Parthian coin illustrations are to plates 125-127 in Vol VII.
Hillman, T. P.
"Pompeius ad Parthos?" (1996)
Klio, 1996, vol. 78, p. 380-399.
Hinnells, John R.
Persian mythology (1973)
New York: Bedrick, 1973
Abstract: MWW: Excellent introduction to ancient Iranian religion. Surveys of ancient Persian and Zoroastrian mythologies and development of Zoroastrianism (including its heretical strains, e.g. Zurvanism). Numerous illustrations of antiquities portraying religious
Hintze, Almut
"The Avesta in the Parthian Period" (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. 147-161.
Abstract: This article is concerned with the question of the transmission and continuity of the Avesta, the sacred text of the Zoroastrians, in the Parthian period. Part 1 offers a summary of the literary sources and Part 2 a description of the research carried out on this topic up to the present. Part 3 discusses the question of the existence of a written Avesta in Arsacid times, Part 4 the evidence derived from Avestan and Pahlaavi texts for the way the tradition was handed down, and Part 5 the linguisstic and graphic evidence for the transmission of the Avesta. Finally, Part 6 deals briefly with the Avesta alphabet before summarizing the results in Part 7, the conclusion. [Author] Large bibliography.
Hinz, W.
"Zwei neuentdeckte Parthische Felsreliefs" (1963)
Iranica Antiqua, 1963, vol. 3, p. 169ff.
Hinz, Walther
"Die Felsreliefs Ardashirs I" (1966)
In: Hinz, Walther (ed.), Altiranische Funde und Forschungen
Berlin: 1966, p. 115-144.
Hirth, Friedrich
China and the Roman Orient: researches into their ancient and mediæval relations as represented in old Chinese records (1885)
Leipsic, Munich: G. Hirth, 1885, xvi+329 p.
Abstract: The excerpts used by Wilfred H. Schoff in his translation of Parthian Stations are available at https://www.parthia.com/parthian_stations.htm
Story of Chang K'ién (1917)
Journal of the American Oriental Society, 1917, vol. 37, p. 89-152.
Hodson, William
Arsaces : a tragedy (1775)
In: Eighteenth century sources for the study of English literature and culture ; reel no. 814
London: T. Becket, 1775
Abstract: Founded on the "Ezio" of Metastasio
Hoge, Robert Wilson
"Current Cabinet Activities" (2006)
American Numismatic Society, 2006, vol. 5, no. 1 (Spring), p. 32.
Abstract: Among other coins discussed, a Sellwood 67.1 drachm of Parthamaspates is illustrated (ANS accession 1944.100.83249).
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