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Unvalla, J. M. (continued)
"A Letter of Artaban III to the City of Susa" (1934)
Journal of the K.R. Cama Oriental Institute, 1934, p. 66-74.
"Notes numismatique. Un rois inconnu : Tigraios (1935)
Revue Numismatique, 1935, p. 158-162.
Abstract: Discusses Parthia-type coins of Susa
Usmanova, Z. I.
"Raskopki masterskoi remeslennika parfianskogo vremeni na gorodische Giaur-kala" [The excavation of a workshop of the Parthian period at the fortified site of Giaur-qal'a] (1963)
In: Ezegodnik Instituta Istorii Iskusstva 12
1963, p. 164-200.
Usmanova, Z. I., Filanovich, M. I. & Koshelenko, Gennadij A.
"Margiana" (1985)
In: Koshelenko, Gennadij A. (ed.), Drevneishie gosudarstva Kavkaza i Srednei Azii. Arkheologiia S.S.S.R.
Moscow: 1985, p. 226-242.
Uspenski, L. & Schneider, K.
Versiegelt mit sieben Siegeln - Archäologische Skizzen (1967)
Leipzig: F. A. Brockhaus Verlag, 1967, 1 ed.
Abstract: Includes:
9. "Versiegelt mit sieben Siegeln"
Eine Redensart und was dahintersteckt
Das große Parthien
10. Die parthischen Trinkhörner
Vallet, L.
Le chic à cheval : histoire pittoresque de l'équitation (1891)
Paris: Firmin-Didot, 1891, xi+274 p.
Abstract: Préface de m. Henri Lavedan (1859-1940). Ouvrage illustré de plus de 300 gravures dont 50 en couleurs d'après les dessins de l'auteur.
Valtz, Elisabetta
“Pottery from Seleucia on the Tigris” (1984)
In: Boucharlat, Rémy & Salles, Jean-François (eds.), Arabie orientale, Mésopotamie et Iran méridional : de l'âge du fer au début de la période islamique : réunion de travail, Lyon, 1982, Maison de l'Orient ; Mémoires 37
Paris: Editions Recherche sur les civilisations, 1984, p. 41-48.
“Seleucia on the Tigris: Parthian pottery” (1985)
In: Quarantelli, Ezio (ed.), La Terra tra i due fiumi : venti anni di archeologia italiana in Medio Oriente, la Mesopotamia dei tesori
Torino: Quadrante, 1985, p. 94-97; 121-124.
“Kifrin, a fortress on the Limes” (1985)
In: Quarantelli, Ezio (ed.), La Terra tra i due fiumi : venti anni di archeologia italiana in Medio Oriente, la Mesopotamia dei tesori
Torino: Quadrante, 1985, p. 111-120; 141-142.
La céramique en Iran pendant la periode Parthe (250 av.J.C.- 225 après J.C.) : typologie, chronologie et distribution, by Ernie Haerinck [review] (1986)
Mesopotamia, 1986, vol. 21
“Trench on the Eastern side of the Archives Square. Seleucia, 12th season” (1986)
Mesopotamia, 1986, vol. 21, p. 11-20.
“Kifrin, a fortress of limes on the Euphrates” (1987)
In: Proceedings of the International Congress “Common Ground and regional Features of the Parthian and Sasanian World”, Turin 1985
Mesopotamia, 1987, vol. 22, p. 81-89.
“Trench on the East side of the Archives Square. Seleucia, 13th Season” (1988)
Mesopotamia, 1988, vol. 23, p. 19-29.
L'Arabie et ses mers bordières. Itineraires et voisinages, by Jean-François Salles ed. [review] (1989)
Mesopotamia, 1989, vol. 24, p. 203-205.
“Trench on the East side of the Archives Square. Seleucia, 14th Season” (1990)
Mesopotamia, 1990, vol. 25, p. 13-25.
Failaka. Fouilles françaises 1986-1988, by Yves Calvet and Jacqueline Gachet [Review] (1990)
Mesopotamia, 1990, vol. 26, p. 245-247.
“New observations on the Hellenistic pottery from Seleucia on the Tigris” (1991)
In: Schippmann, Klaus, Herling, Anja & Salles, Jean-François (eds.), Golf-Archäologie : Mesopotamien, Iran, Kuwait, Bahrain, Vereinigte Arabische Emirate und Oman (Symposium Gottingen 1987) ; Internationale Archäologie, bd 6.
Buch am Erlbach: M.L. Leidorf, 1991
“Pottery and Exchanges: imports and local production at Seleucia –Tigris” (1993)
In: Invernizzi, Antonio & Salles, Jean-François (eds.), Arabia antiqua : Hellenistic centres around Arabia. Serie orientale Roma ; vol. 70, pt. 2
Rome: Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1993, p. 167-182.
"Profumi in Mesopotamia. Indagine sui contenitori ceramici da Seleucia sul Tigri" (1995)
In: Pennestrì, S. (ed.), Aromatica: profumi tra sacro, profano e magico
Torino: 1995, p. 59 -73.
“Cosmetic containers from Seleucia on the Tigris” (2000)
Münstersche Beiträge zur antiken Handelsgeschichte, 2000, vol. 19, p. 59-69.
“Ceramica invetriata : caratteristiche ed evoluzione della produzione di Seleucia ad Tigrim” (2002)
In: Blondé, Francine; Ballet, Pascale & Salles, Jean-François, Céramiques hellénistiques et romaines : productions et diffusion en Méditerranée orientale (Chypre, Egypte et côte syro-palestinienne) ; Les actes d'un colloque tenu à la Maison de l'Orient Méditerranéen-Jean Pouilloux du 2 au 4 mars 2000
Lyon: Maison de l'Orient Méditerranéen-Jean Pouilloux, 2002
Abstract: Also as Travaux de la Maison de l'Orient Méditerranéen; no 35
"In the wake of Alexander : Parthians and Sassanians" (2005)
In: Polk, Milbry & Schuster, Angela M. H. (eds.), The looting of the Iraq Museum, Baghdad : the lost legacy of ancient Mesopotamia [Chapter 8]
New York: Abrams, 2005, p. 147-171.
"La ceramica da Seleucia al Tigri e dalla Mesopotamia seleucide e partica" (2007)
In: Invernizzi, Antonio (ed.), Sulla via di Alessandro da Seleucia al Gandhara (Catalog of the exhibition, Palazzo Madama, Torino, 27 Feb to 27 May 2007)
Torino: Edizioni Silvana Editoriale, 2007
Van Berchem, D.
"Le port de Séleucie de Pièrie et l'infrastructure logistique des guerres parthiques" (1985)
Bonner Jahrbücher, 1985, vol. 185, p. 47-87.
Van Buren, E. D.
Clay Figurines of Babylonia and Assyria (1930)
In: Yale oriental series. Researches. vol. xvi
New Haven: Yale University Press, 1930, lxix+287 p.
Abstract: See especially pages 792-806 for Parthian clay figurines.
Van den Boorn, G. P. F.
Surface finds from KS-sites east of Haft Tepe (Khuzistan) (1989)
Iranica Antiqua, 1989, vol. 24, p. 13-51.
Abstract: Elymaean bronze coins: p. 27, pl. no. 4.
van der Spek, Robartus J.
"The Babylonian Temple During the Macedonian and Parthian Domination" (1985)
Bibliotheca Orientalis, vol. 42, p. 541-562.
"Cuneiform Documents on Parthian History: The Rahimesu Archive. Materials for the Study of the Standard of Living" (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. 205-258.
Abstract: Insights into the life of a Babylonian city in the early Parthian empire, a life that was Babylonian rather than Parthian. Author concentrates on the business and administrative documents.
"New Evidence from the Babylonian Astronomical Diaries Concerning Seleucid and Arsacid History" (1997-1998)
In: AfO
Archiv für Orientforschung, 1998, vol. 44/45, p. 167-175.
"The Šatammus of Esagila in the Seleucid and Parthian Periods" (2000)
In: Marzahn, J. & Neumann, H. (eds.), Festschrift für Joachim Oelsner. Alter Orient und Altes Testament – Veröffentlichungen zur Kultur und Geschichte des Alten Orients und des Alten Testaments (Münster), 252.
Münster: 2000, p. 437-446.
van der Vin, J .P. A.
"A hoard from Eastern Parthia by H. Koch" (book review) (1992)
Beeldenaar, 1992, no. 16, p. 25-26.
Abstract: Book review.
van der Vin, J. P. A.
"The return of Roman ensigns from Parthia" (1981)
Bulletin Antieke Beschaving : Babesch, 1981, vol. 56, p. 117-139.
Van Ingen, Wilhelmina
Figurines from Seleucia on the Tigris, discovered by the expeditions conducted by the University of Michigan with the cooperation of the Toledo Museum of Art and the Cleveland Museum of Art, 1927-1932 (1939)
Ann Arbor: 1939, 374 p.
van't Haaff, P.A.
Catalogue of Elymaean Coinage, ca. 147 B.C.-A.D. 228 (2007)
Lancaster, PA: Classical Numismatic Group, 2007, 167 p.
Abstract: Includes in-text illustrations, charts, and tables. $75 (GR320)

"The first comprehensive catalog of the Elymaean series since the J. de Morgan’s 1930 publication by, this book draws upon the extensive amount of evidence that has surfaced since then and synthesizes the wealth of recent scholarship on this important, yet little-known kingdom that flourished in the region comprising southern Iraq and western Iran from the late 2nd century BC to the early 3rd century AD. Divided into two parts, the first gives an overview of the history of Elymais and its coinage. A brief introduction describes the geographic, geopolitical, and cultural background of the region, and sets the stage for the following discussion of the three dynasties that ruled that kingdom. Using de Morgan as a point of departure, the author meticulously analyzes the various, and often conflicting, studies on Elymaean coinage that have been written over the last half-century, and draws conclusions based on the most recent evidence. As the kingdom's history and coinage are closely tied to its Seleucid and Parthian neighbors, the author has particularly benefited from the recent scholarship on these empires by D. Sellwood, G.R.F. Assar, A. Houghton, and C. Lorber. The first part concludes with a technical description of the coinage system, detailing its mints, iconographic types, and metrology.

"The catalogue of coins comprises the second part and traces the coinage of the three Elymaean dynasties: the Early Kamnaskirids, the Later Kamnaskirids, and the Arsacids. Each ruler's coinage is presented by general type, followed their respective subtypes, all of which are accompanied by illustrations for ease-of-use. As much of the later coinage is found in relatively poor condition, often numerous illustrations of each subtype are included, sometimes supplemented by the author’s own meticulous line drawings.

"A particular strength of the book is the features that were included to assist researchers and collectors. One such aid is the "Easy Finder" at the end of Part One, which provides a schematic chart for quick identification of a coin's general type. In addition, Appendix 1 provides a concordance chart for each type to the previous standard works that are often used in earlier studies and catalogs, while Appendix 2 provides the sources for all of the illustrations in the catalog, including each coin's weight, die axis, and size, as well as any relevant die links. Finally, a bibliography of the works cited lists the relevant historical and numismatic works that form the basis of the study.

"This well-researched book will be the new standard reference for the coinage of Elymais, and will prove beneficial not only to numismatists and collectors, but those interested in the history of this fascinating kingdom." [Publisher]
Vardanyan, Ruben
"Elimaidskie monety : k khronologischeskoæi sistematizaëtìsii bronzorykh emissiæi II v.n.e." [Elymaean coins : a chronological systematization of bronze emissions in the second century A.D.] (1986)
Vestnik Drevnei Istorii, 1986, vol. 176, no. 1, p. 99-117.
Abstract: English summary.
"La monetazione di bronzo elimea del II sec. d. C. Problemi di classificazione e datazione" (1999)
Parthica, 1999, vol. 1, p. 117-134.
Abstract: An update of the article in Russian.
"Zur Deutung des Königsprofils auf parthischen Münzen" (2000)
Archäologische Mitteilungen aus Iran, 2000, vol. 32, p. 253-259.
Abstract: Explains the meaning of left and right on Parthian and related coin portraits. [Hans R. Baldus]
"Tendenze culturali e ideologiche nell'impero partico riflesse dalla monetazione" (2001)
Parthica, 2001, vol. 3
"Some remarks on the arrangement of the Parthian ‘Dark Age’ coin series" (2006)
Parthica, 2006, vol. 8, p. 105-130.
Vartavan, Christian Tutundjian de (ed.)
Bulletin of Parthian and Mixed Oriental Studies (2006-)
SAIS - Academic Publisher, 2006
[Title?] (1926)
Zeitschrift für Numismatik, 1926, p. 278.
Abstract: Refers to the Gori hoard (IGCH 1739) of 30+ Parthian coins.
Vassiliou, John
"Ellenes basiliades se tetragona nomismata baktrias [Greek kings on the square coins of Bactria] (1974)
Nomismatika Khronika, 1974, vol. 3, p. 34-38.
Abstract: The author's collection of 52 silver and 83 copper Parthian and Bactrian coins, now in the Numismatic Collection of Athens, is described. [Costas Chr. Hadziotis]
Vaux, W. S. W.
Nineveh and Persepolis: An historical sketch of ancient Assyria and Persia with an account of the
recent researches in those countries (1855)
In: Ancient history from the monuments ; v. 3
London: Arthur Hall, Virtue & Co., 1855, 4 ed., 518 p.
Abstract: William Sandys Wright Vaux (1818-1885.) from the British Museum, narrated in this book the Ancient History of Assyria, Babylonia, and Persia, with amazing discoveries made at the time by the French Consul at Nineveh M. Botta, and the British adventurer Henry Layard. In the present Edition, the narrative of the discovery of ancient remains in Assyria and Babylonia is brought down to the present time; and the monuments now exhibited in the British Museum are described to their arrangement in that building. July, 1855. [Publisher]
"On some coins of Characene, brought from Baghdad, by Dr. Hyslop" (1858)
Numismatic Chronicle, 1858, tome/ser. 1, vol. 20, p. 32-38.
"On coins of Marathus, and of Kamnaskires and Anzaze" (1858)
Numismatic Chronicle, 1858, vol. 20, p. 84-100.
Persia from the earliest period to the Arab conquest (1876)
In: Ancient history from the monuments ; v. 3
New York: Scribner, Armstrong & Co., 1876, 203 p.
Velleius Paterculus
Abstract: "The brief notices in Velleius Paterculus have an especial value, since he was with Gaius in the east." [Debevoise (1938), p. xxix]
Venco Ricciardi, Roberta
"La ceramica Partica" (1982)
In: Pecorella, Paolo E. & Salvini, Mirjo (eds.), Tell Barri/Kahat 1
Rome: 1982, p. 55-75.
"Greci, Parti e Sasanidi" (1985)
In: Quarantelli, Ezio (ed.), La Terra tra i due fiumi : venti anni di archeologia italiana in Medio Oriente, la Mesopotamia dei tesori
Torino: Quadrante, 1985, p. 289-293, 340-348.
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