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Thompson, Margaret, Mørkholm, O., Kraay, Colin M. & Noe, Sydney P. (eds.)
An inventory of Greek coin hoards (1973)
New York: American Numismatic Society, 1973, 408 p.
Abstract: Lists 32 hoards which contain Parthian coins: IGCH 1568, 1583, 1737, 1739, 1742, 1744-1746, 1779, 1781, 1783-1788, 1798, 1804-1807, 1809-1811, 1813-1818, 1829 and 1859.

See review by M. J. Price American Journal of Archaeology, vol. 78, no. 3 (Jul 1974), pp. 308-309; T. Hackens Revue Belge de Numismatique et de Sigillographie vol. 119 (1973), pp. 196-198; A. Johnson, NC Ser. 7, vol. 15 (1975), pp 243-244; ClassW vol. 69, no. 2 (Oct 1975), pp. 150-159; M.B. Wallace, Cornucopiae vol. 3, no. 3 (1975), p. 45; H. Küthmann, JNG, vol., 25 (1975), pp. 152-153.
Thorley, J.
"The silk trade between China and the Roman Empire at its height, circa AD 90-130" (1971)
Greece & Rome, 1971, vol. 18, p. 71-80.
Thum, Rian
"Parthian Numismatic Art" (1994)
Missouri Journal of Numismatics, 1994, no. July, p. 29-32.
"A Parthian Religious Site in Northern Mesopotamia" (1999)
In: Paper read before the Regional meeting of the American Schools of Oriental Research. St. Louis, MO 21 March 1999.
Tietze, Christian M.
"Münzen des Partherreiches" (1979)
Der Münzen-Sammler, 1979, no. 7 (Jul), p. 35-40.
Timpe, Dieter
"Die Bedeutung der Schlacht bei Carrhae" (1962)
Museum Helveticum, 1962, vol. 19, p. 104-129.
"Geschichte der politischen Beziehungen zwischen Parther- und Römerreich" (1963)
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft, vol. 35
1963, 528 p.
Abstract: In Freiburg Br. hat sich Dr. Dieter Timpe mit der Arbeit »Geschichte der politischen Beziehungen zwischen Parther- und Römerreich« für Alte Geschichte habilitiert.
"Ein Heiratsplan Kaiser Caracallas" (1967)
In: Hermes. Zeitschrift für klassische Philologie, vol. 95
1967, p. 470-495.
"Zur augusteischen Partherpolitik zwischen 30 und 20 v.Chr." (1975)
In: Würzburger Jahrbücher für die Altertumswissenschaft. Neue Folge, vol. 1
1975, p. 155-169.
Tirag'yan, G.
The Tower-shaped Tomb of P'arak'ur and Similar Monuments in Armenia and the Near East (in Armenian) (1970-1971)
Banber Erevani Hamalsarani-Vestnik, 1971, vol. 10 (1971-1972), p. 229-239.
Abstract: Describes coins found at a tomb between Erivan and Etchmiadsin, including a Parthian of Orodes II (c. 73-37 B.C.) with a long Greek legend on the reverse.
Tod, J.
"An Account of Greek, Parthian and Hindu Medals Found in India" (1827)
In: Transactions of the Royal Asiatic Society Society of Great Britain and Ireland, vol 1
1827, p. 313ff.
Toll, N.
"The Green Glazed Pottery" (1943)
In: Rostovtzeff, M. I.; Bellinger, Alfred R.; Brown, F. E. & Welles, C. B. (eds.), The excavations at Dura-Europos, final report IV
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1943
Tonikian, Armen
"The layout of Artashat and its historical development" (1992)
Mesopotamia, 1992, vol. 27, p. 161-87.
Abstract: 2nd c. BC to 4th c. AD.
Torday, Laszlo
Mounted archers : the beginning of Central Asian history (1997)
Edinburgh: Durham Academic Press, 1997, 447 p.
Abstract: An absolutely wonderful book about the history of Central Asia, the Turan Flats, and the various people who at one time or another inhabited it. Reads like a detective story, thoroughly documented and filled with wonderful maps. A terrific source for those with an interest in linguistics and forensic archeology.
Toumanoff, Cyrille
"The Arsacids. vii. The Arsacid Dynasty of Armenia" (1986)
In: Encyclopaedia Iranica, vol. 2
1986, p. 543-546.
Toynbee, J. M. C.
"Some Problems of Romano-Parthian Sculpture at Hatra" (1972)
Journal of Roman Studies, 1972, vol. 62, p. 106-110.
"The Chinese, Kushan, Parthian, and Roman Empires, 31 B.C. - A.D. 220" (1976)
In: Mankind and Mother Earth : a narrative history of the world
New York: Oxford University Press, 1976
Abstract: Chapter 37.
Roman Histrorical Portraits (1978)
Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 1978, 1 ed.
Abstract: There are 409 portraits, almost all coin illustrations, accompanied by brief descriptions, notes explaining a given personages place in Roman histroy, ancient writers comments on the characters physique, and bibliographic information. Covers Greek, Roman, Persian, Arabia, Parthia from 300 BC-500 AD.

The criteria for inclusion are that the subject must be identifiable and that the portrait must date from the subject’s own lifetime or shortly afterward, thus ensuring a good prospect of a reasonable likeness. By assembling such a broad range of ancient portraits that were formerly available only in a vast number of disparate sources, Toynbee has provided an invaluable reference and guide. [Publisher]
Traina, Giusto
"Materiali per un commento a Movses Xorenac'i, Patmut'iwn Hayoc': I" (1995)
Le Muséon, 1995, vol. 108, p. 279-333.
Review of E. Kettenhofen, Tirdad und die Inschrift von Paikuli (1996)
Mesopotamia, 1996, vol. 31, p. 308-311.
"Archivi armeni e mesopotamici. La testimonianza di Movses Xorenac'i" (1996)
In: Boussac, Marie-Françoise & Invernizzi, Antonio (eds.), Archives et Sceaux du monde hellénistique, BCH Suppl. 29
1996, p. 349-363.
"Sulla fortuna di Domizio Corbulone" (1996)
In: Valvo, A. & Stella, C. (eds.), Studi in onore di Albino Garzetti
Brescia: Ateneo di Brescia, 1996, vol. 31, p. 491-503.
"Note classico-orientali 1-3" (1997)
Acta Orientalia Hungariae, 1997, vol. 50, p. 291-299.
"Materiali per un commento a Movses Xorenac'i, Patmut'iwn Hayoc': II" (1998)
Le Muséon, 1998, vol. 111, p. 95-138.
"Episodes de la rencontre avec Rome (IIe siecle av. J.-C. - IIIe siecle ap. J.-C.)" (1999)
Iran and Caucasus, 1999, vol. 3
"Rostovcev e l'epigrafia greco-latina dell'Armenia antica" (1999)
In: Marcone, A. (ed.), Rostovcev e l'Italia, Atti del Convegno (Gubbio 1996), Napoli: ESI 1999
Le Muséon, 1999, p. 441-448.
Traina, Giusto (ed.)
"Hellenism in the East: some historiographical remarks" (2001)
In: Dabrowa, Edward (ed.), Tradition and innovation in the ancient world. Electrum (Uniwersytet Jagiellonski. Instytut Historii) ; vol. 6
Krakow: Jagiellonian University Press, 2001, p. 15-24.
Studi sull'XI libro dei Geographika di Strabone, Congedo (2001)
"Mosé di Khoren II 49, Mitridate di Pergamo e gli ebrei" (2001)
In: Finazzi, R. B. & Valvo, A. (eds.), Pensiero e istituzioni del mondo classico nelle culture del Vicino Oriente
Alessandria: Ed. dell’Orso, 2001, p. 297-303.
Review of M. Bais, Albania caucasica (2001)
Le Muséon, 2001, vol. 115, p. 228-237.
Trapeznikov, G. E.
Bronzovaia parfianskaia nometa I v. n.e. [Bronze Parthian coins of the 1st century A. D.] (1962)
Sovetskaia arkheologiia, 1962, vol. II, p. 225.
Treister, M.
The Portrait of a Parthian King from the Sarmatian Burial in the Don basin (2001)
Journal of Silk Road Art and Archaeology, 2001, vol. 7 (2000/2001), p. 37-52.
"Further Thoughts about Parthian and Related Belt and Belt Plaques" (2003)
Iranica Antiqua, 2003, vol. 38
Abstract: Presents an interpretation of the Parthian belts and belt plaques described by Vesta Sarkhosh Curtis. Date of the belt from Nymphaion; Origin of the Parthian buckle based on its design; Artifacts found in the North Pontic area.

L’A. analyse une boucle de ceinture qui vient d’être acquise par le British Museum. Il conteste l’identification de cette pièce par Vesta S. Curtis comme un ouvrage d’origine parthe et il précise l’identification de l’image : il s’agit d’une représentation de la déesse Aphrodite Pandemos. Pour son origine il propose la région pontique du nord, d’où viennent déjà 7 autres pièces semblables. Cette pièce vient vraisemblablement de la région du Bosphore. Pour sa datation l’A. propose le 2e ou 3e s. de notre ère. [Karin Mosig-Walburg, Abstracta Iranica [En ligne], Volume 26, mis en ligne le : 8 décembre 2005. http://abstractairanica.revues.org/document3504.html]
Treister, M. J.
"About the Early Production of Metallic Zinc in Parthia" (1990)
Bulletin of the Metals Museum, 1990, vol. 15 (Oct), p. 33-40.
Abstract: Pliny the Younger wrote to Emperor Trajan about a certain Callidromus, mentioning a piece of metal brought from Parthian mines in the context of the situation before the Romano-Parthian War of 113-116 A.D. and the data of brass production both in the Roman Empire and in the East. The present author comes to the conclusion that the ingot mentioned in the letter was of metallic Zn and makes an attempt to explain the interest of the Roman administration in that metal.
Treister, Mikhail
Cloisonné- and Champlevé-decoration In the gold work of the late Hellenistic-early Imperial periods (2004)
Acta Archæologica, 2004, vol. 75, no. 2 (Dec), p. 189.
Trinkaus, Katheryn Maurer
The Partho-Sassanian Northeast Frontier : Settlement in the Damghan Plain, Iran (1981)
1981, p. 427.
Abstract: University of Pennsylvania. This study documents human settlement and landscape modifying activities in the Damghan valley in northeastern Iran during the Parthian and Sassanian periods (250 BC - AD 642). A survey of the Damghan valley and plain recorded the location, size, surface features and surface artifacts of each visible trace of human activity. Seriation and cluster analysis of ceramic attribute frequencies provided chronological brackets for these traces. Settlement distribution maps record a changing pattern of settlement and landscape modification with which to consider the role of Damghan in northeastern Iran and its implication for larger sociopolitical units, the Parthian and Sassanian empires, impinging on this area. The results indicate stable orientation of settlement toward the Damghan river and alluvial fan, a lack of development of the maximal extent of land and water resources and a lack of evidence for intensification or extensive investment in productive facilities. Settlement is primate, oriented toward the junction of major routes. Expansion of settlement from the early Parthian to early Sassanian periods mirrors the early Parthian florescence and subsequent decline of Shahr-e Qumis (Hecatompylos). Written documentation suggests a shifting center of Komish province at this time. Small-scale settlement and fortification near easily exploited land and water resources is seen in the Parthian and Sassanian periods in Damghan, as well as in Gurgan and the Kopet Dagh foothills. Written documentation suggests that northeast Iran was a mosaic of local interests within larger political units at this time. Settlement location at junctions of routes (Damghan, Shahr-e Qumis) is also consistent with written documentation suggesting a small- scale service economy at suitable staging posts. Contraction of settlement and movement away from major routes and major land and water resources is present in Damghan and elsewhere in northeast Iran in the 6th - 7th centuries AD, a pattern seen in central Asia during the fourth and fifth centuries AD. These trends suggest that Damghan and northeast Iran played a changing role in a transitional zone between Near Eastern and central Asian polities between 250 BC and AD 642, reflecting the transformation of early empires of the ancient world into developed empires of the middle ages. [Author]
"Pre-Islamic Settlement and Land Use in Damghan, Northeast Iran" (1983)
Iranica Antiqua, 1983, vol. 18, p. 119-144.
"Imperial Organization and Local Boundaries in Early Parthia" (1987)
In: Trinkaus, K. Maurer, Polities and partitions : human boundaries and the growth of complex societies; Anthropological research papers, 0271-0641 ; no. 37
Tempe: Arizona State University, 1987
Trossarelli, Carlo
"Caratterizzazione del recipiente di Nisa mediante esami non distruttivi" (2003)
Parthica, 2003, vol. 5, p. 123-126.
Trümpelmann, Leo
"Tell Abqa': Vorläufiger Bericht über die Ausgrabungen der Hamrin Expedition der Ludwig-Maximilians Universität München: 2. Kampagne 1979/2" (1982)
Sumer, 1982, vol. 38, p. 62-67.
Tsui Chi
"Mo Ni Chiao Hsia pu Tsan" ("The Lower (Second ?) Section of the Manichaean Hymns", with contributions by W.B. Henning) (1943)
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1943, vol. 11, p. 174-219.
Tucci, James M.
The Battle of Carrhae: the effects of a military disaster on the Roman Empire (1992)
Columbia, Missouri: University of Missouri-Columbia, 1992, ii+62 p.
Abstract: Typescript. Thesis (M.A)--University of Missouri-Columbia, 1992. Microfilm. Columbia, Mo. : University of Missouri-Columbia, 1992.
Tucker, Jonathan
The Silk Road : art and history (2003)
London: Philip Wilson, 2003, 391 p.
Tychsen, Thomas Christian
"De numis veterum Persarum commentatio IV. qua inprimis tetradrachma Arsacidarum" (1816)
In: Reg. Societ. Scientiar, Gottingen; Hist- Phil. Classis
Gottingen: 1816, 56 p.
Tyunibekyan, Vladimir
Drevniye i Srednevekovye Monety Turkmenistana [Ancient and Medieval Coins of Turkmenistan, in Russian] (2003)
Kiev: 2003, 128 p.
Ujfalvÿ, Charles E. de
"Iconographie et anthropologie irano-indiennes" (1900)
L'Anthropologie, 1900, vol. 11, p. 199-203.
Unvalla, J. M.
"On the three Parchments from Avroman in Kurdistan" (1920)
Bulletin of the School of Oriental and African Studies, 1920, vol. 1, p. 125-144.
Observations sur la religion des Parthes basees sur les materiaux historiques, numismatiques et epigraphiques appartenants aux temps des Arsacides (1925)
Bombay: 1925
Abstract: French text, deals with the scholar's study of the religion of the Parthians with special attention to the Arsacid period using historic, numismatic and epigraphic materials. Much on Zoraster and Zorasterianism.
[title?] (1929)
Revue Archéologique, 1929, vol. 26, p. 132ff.
Abstract: Discusses pottery and several sarcophogi found in a Parthian graveyard in 1929.
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