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Strassmaier, J. N.
"Arsaciden-Inschriften" (1888)
Zeitschrift für Assyriologie, 1888, vol. 3, p. 129-158.
 
Strauss, Barry S.
Rome's Persian Mirage : Rome's six-hundred-year struggle for control of the ancient world was one of the earliest tests of East versus West (1999)
Quarterly Journal of Military History, 1999
 
Streck, Michael P.
"Parther" (2004)
In: Edzard, D. O. (ed.), Reallexikon der Assyriologie und Vorderasiatischen Archaeologie
2004, vol. 10, no. fasc. 5-6
Abstract: ISBN 3 11 017980 6
 
Stride, S.
"Géogrphie Archélogique de la Province de Surkhan Darya" (Doctoral Thesis, Univ. Paris I, 2004): (2004)
Paris: Univ. Paris I, 2004
Abstract: Stride (2004:321) cites Rtveladze, È. V., "Parfija i Juechzhijskaja Baktrija (nekotorye aspekty politicheskoj istorii)", IMKU 31 (2000), pp. 86-90 as follows: "Le nombre de monnaies parthes (en cuivre et en argent), trouvés le long de l'Amu Darya, à Termez, Khodzha Gul'suar et surtout Kampyr Tepe semble indiquer une conquête parthe de ce secteur vers le début du Ier siècle av. n. è. et qui aurait continué jusqu'au milieu du Ier siècle de n. è. (les dernières monnaies sont de Gotarzes II qui règne entre 41 et 53 de n. è.)".
 
Strobel, Karl
"Zeitgeschichte unter den Antoninen. Die Historiker des Partherkrieges des Lucius Verus" (1994)
Aufstieg und Nidergang der römischen Welt, 1994, vol. 34, no. 2, p. 1315-1360.
 
Strommenger, Eva
Fünf Jahrtausende Mesopotamien; die Kunst von den Anfängen um 5000 v. Chr. bis zu Alexander dem Grossen. Aufnahmen von Max Hirmer (1962)
München: Hirmer, 1962, 140 p.
 
5000 years of the art of Mesopotamia. Photos by Max Hirmer (1964)
New York: Abrams, 1964, 480 p.
Abstract: Translation of Funf Jahrtausende Mesopotamien. Translated by Christina Haglund.
 
Strommenger, Eva (ed.)
Der Garten in Eden : 7 Jahrtausende Kunst und Kultur an Euphrat und Tigris (1978)
Mainz am Rheim: Verlag Philipp von Zabern, 1978, 228 p.
Abstract: Gute Einführungen in die einzelnen Epochen (Altmesopotamien, Parther, Sassaniden, Früher Islam). Zahlreiche Funde, überwiegend Kleinfunde in guten Photos, darunter repräsentative Sammlung spätneolithischer Idole, selten abgebildeter Goldschmuck des 2. bis 6. Jh. n. Chr, interessante Kleinskulpturen des hellenisierten Orients und vieles andere.

Die Ausstellung wird veranstaltet: in Berlin, im Museum für Vor- und Frühgeschichte ... 28. Oktober 1978-25. Februar 1979, in Hamburg, im Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe ... 16. März-13. Mai 1979, in Aachen, in der Neuen Galerie ... 1. Juni-26. August 1979, in München, in der Prähistorischen Staatssammlung ... 14. September-16.Dezember 1979.

The same exhibition, reusing the 1978 catalogue photos by the National Museum, Tokyo (which are uncredited), soon thereafter travelled to several European cities including Stockholm, Oslo, Vienna, Frankfurt, and finally Paris in 1981.
 
Strommenger, Eva (ed.) & Ådahl, Karin et al.
Sumer, Assur, Babylon : Sieben Jahrtausende Kunst und Kultur an Euphrat und Tigris (1980)
In: Eva Strommenger; Autoren: Karin Ådahl
Mainz: P. von Zabern, 1980
Abstract: Die Ausstellung wird veranstaltet: in Linz, im Stadtmuseum Linz, Nordico, 18. April 1980-29. Juni 1980; in Niederösterreich, Schloss Schallaburg, Melk, 10. Juli 1980-14. September 1980
 
Strugnell, E.
"Thea Musa, Roman Queen of Parthia" (2008)
Iranica Antiqua, 2008, vol. 43, p. 275-298.
 
Stucky, Rolf et al.
Trésors du musée de Bagdad : 7000 ans d'historie mésopotamienne : exposition au Musée d'art et d'historie à Genève, 10 décembre 1977-12 février 1978 (1977)
Mainz: P. von Zabern, 1977
Abstract: Catalog numbers 157 to 191 illustrate the Parthian era holdings of the Baghdad Museum. Many excellent plates.
 
Sugiyama, J.
"Parthian Royal Crowns: some problems" (1972)
In: Summaries of Papers to be delivered at the Sixth International Congress of Iranian Art and Archaeology, Oxford, Sept. 1972
1972, 83 p.
 
"Some problems of Parthian kings' crowns" (1972)
Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan, 1972, vol. 15, no. 2, p. 27-40.
 
"Some problems of Parthian kings' crowns" (1973)
Orient (Deutsches Orient-Institut), 1973, vol. 9, p. 31-41.
 
"Some Problems of Parthian Kings Crowns" (1973)
In: Orient, Report of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan, vol. 9
1973, p. 31-42.
 
Sullivan, Richard D.
Near Eastern royalty and Rome, 100-30 BC (1990)
Toronto: University of Toronto Press, 1990
Abstract: See review by Kevin Butcher, "A vast process: Rome, Parthia, and the formation of the eastern "client" states," JRA, 1994, 7, p. 447-453.
 
Sundermann, Werner
Mittelpersische und parthische kosmogonische und Parabeltexte der Manichäer mit einigen Bemerkungen zu Motiven der Parabeltexte von Friedmar Geissler (1973)
In: Berliner Turfantexte 4 (SGKAO 8, BTT IV)
Berlin: 1973
Abstract: Rez.: J. P. Asmussen, in OLZ 71 (1976)5, col. 493–495.
O. Klíma, in ArOr 44 (1976), pp. 370–371.
D. N. MacKenzie, in BSOAS 38 (1975) 2, pp. 454–456.
H.-P. Schmidt, in IIJ 18 (1976) 1–2, pp. 101–103.
A. Tafazzoli, in Rāhnāma-i kitāb 18 (1354/1975), pp. 113–116.
 
"Parthisch 'bšw'g'n 'die Täufer'" (1977)
Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 1977, vol. 25, p. 237-242.
Abstract: Parthian baptisers.
 
"Die mittelpersischen und parthischen Turfantexte als Quellen zur Geschichte des vorislamischen Zentralasien" (1979)
In: Harmatta, Janos (ed.), Prolegomena to the Sources on the History of Pre-Islamic Central Asia
Budapest: 1979, 143–151 p.
 
Mitteliranische manichäische Texte Kirchengeschichtlichen Inhalts (1981)
In: Berliner Turfantexte 11
Berlin: 1981
 
"Die Bedeutung des Parthischen für die Verbreitung buddhistischer Wörter indischer Herkunft" (1982)
Altorientalische Forschungen, 1982, vol. 9, p. 99-113.
 
"Der chinesische Traité Manichéen und der parthische Sermon vom Lichtnous" (1983)
Altorientalische Forschungen, 1983, vol. 10, p. 231-242.
 
"Studien zur kirchengeschichtlichen Literatur der iranischen Manichäer. II" (1986)
Altorientalische Forschungen, 1986, vol. 13, p. 239-317.
 
"Parthisch" (1989)
In: Schmitt, Rüdiger (ed.), Compendium Linguarum Iranicarum
Reichert, 1989, p. 114-137.
 
"Westmitteliranische Sprachen" (1989)
In: Schmitt, Rüdiger (ed.), Compendium Linguarum Iranicarum
Reichert, 1989, p. 106-113.
 
The Manichaean Hymn cycles Huyadagmān and Angad rōšnān in Parthian and Sogdian : photo edition / transcription and translation of hitherto unpublished texts, with critical remarks by Werner Sundermann (1990)
In: Corpus inscriptionum Iranicarum. Supplementary series, vol. 2
London: 1990
Abstract: The longest inscriptions in Parthian were made by the early Sasanian kings who used their own language, Greek, and Parthian for official purposes. The longest manuscripts are Manichaen religious texts dating from the third century A.D. Parallel Parthian and Sogdian texts with English translation.

Rez.: S. N. C. Lieu, JRAS, 2 (1992), pp. 84–85.
N. A. Pedersen, in AO(Havn) 53 (1992), pp. 180–181.
J. R. Russell, in Iranshenāsī 3 (1991) 3, pp. 57–59.
Y. Yoshida, in AbstIr 14 (1991), p. 204.
Y. Yoshida, in BSOAS 55 (1992) 1, pp. 139–140.
 
Der Sermon vom Licht-Nous. Eine Lehrschrift des östlichen Manichäismus. Edition der parthischen und soghdischen Version (1992)
In: Berliner Turfantexte 17
Berlin: 1992
Abstract: Rez.: G. Doerfer, in CAJ 38 (1994) 2, pp. 297–299.
B. Gharib, in Nāme-ye Farhangestān, vol. 2, 4 (ser. no. 8), (1375=1997), pp. 1–12.
M. Hutter, in ZDMG 145 (1995), pp. 190–191.
S. N. C. Lieu, in OLZ 90 (1995), col. 357-372.
N. A. Pedersen, in AO(Havn.) 56 (1995), pp. 245–249.
Y. Yoshida, in Studies on the Inner Asian Languages, IX, Kobe 1994, pp. 105–111.
 
"The Date of the Barm-e Delak Inscription" (1993)
Bulletin of the Asia Institute, 1993, tome/ser. New, vol. 7, p. 203-205.
Abstract: A concise discussion of the inscription and its implication for the coronation date of Shapur I.
 
Der Sermon von der Seele : Eine Lehrschrift des östlichen Manichäismus. Edition der parthischen und soghdischen Version mit einem Anhang von Peter Zieme. Die türkischen Fragmente des 'Sermon von der Seele' (1997)
In: Sundermann, Werner (ed.), Schriften zur Geschichte und Kultur des alten Orients. Berliner Turfantexte 19
Turnhout, Belgium: Brepols, 1997, 240 p.
Abstract: The Sermon on the Soul is a Manichaean tract largely reconstructed from some 60 fragments in Parthian, Sogdian and Old Turkish. It played a big part in the East Manichaean tradition, attested in more than 30 manuscripts and inspiring later East Manichaean works, even hymns in the Chinese language. The sermon underscores the identity of the individual souls and the cosmic viva anima, of the spiritual nature of the soul and the five light elements, and it decribes the benificient, meritorious activities of the world soul on behalf of the wordly creatures. It gives an uncommonly optimistic description of life on earth and is remarkable for its well-designed parables. It is an outstanding example of Manichaean prose literature and contributes considerably to our knowledge of the Manichaean doctrine. [Publisher]

Rez.: W. Skalmowski, Bibliotheca Orientalis 56 (1999), col. 248–250.
J. Wilkens, CAJ 44 (2000), 2, pp. 323–329.
Y. Yoshida, JRAS 9 (1999), 1, pp. 161–163
 
Sundermann, Werner & Yoshida, Yutaka
Manichaean Parthian Hymn Transcribed in Sogdian Script (1992)
Oriento (Bulletin of the Society for Near Eastern Studies in Japan), 1992, vol. 35, p. 119-134.
 
Suren-Pahlav, Shapour
"General Surena; the Hero of Carrhae"
 
Świderkówna, A.
Hellenika Wizerunek Epoki od Aleksandra do Augusta (1978)
Warszawa: PIW, 1978, 411 p.
Abstract: Illustration 58 is silver coin of Arsakesa X Sinatrokesa. Warsaw, national museum, number inw. 166 831.
 
Swift, R. H.
"Notes on the Drachms of Parthia" (1931)
In: Ancient and Medieval Coins: Selections from The Numismatist.
Racine: Whitman Publishing Co., 1960, p. 176-181.
Abstract: Reprinted from The Numismatist, Nov 1931, Vol 44, p. 81-86
 
Swinton, John
"A Dissertation upon a Parthian Coin, with Characters on the Reverse resembling those of the Palmyrenes. In a letter from the rev. John Swinton, M.A. of Christ-Church, Oxon. F.R.S. to the Rev. Thomas Birch, D.D. Secret. R.S." (1756)
In: Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society
1756, p. 594-607.
Abstract: Read before the R.S., Apr 8, 1756.
 
"Some Remarks on a Parthian Coin with a Greek and Parthian Legend, never before published. In a letter from the Rev. John Swinton, M.A. of Christ-Church, Oxon. F.R.S. to the Rev. Thomas Birch, D.D. Secret. R.S." (1757)
In: Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society
1757, p. 175-187.
Abstract: Read before the R.S., Mar 24, 1757.
 
"Conjectures upon an inedited Parthian Coin. By the Rev. John Swinton, B.D. of Christ-Church, Oxon. F.R.S. To the Rev. Thomas Birch, D.D. Secret. R.S." (1760)
In: Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society
1760, p. 680-693.
Abstract: Read before the R.S., May 1, 1760. The preamble is in English but the main text in Latin because, Swinton holds, "... it is understood by all who are proper judges of the performance." And also, he adds, Latin is needed since F. Corsini, against whose criticism Swinton is defending, writes in Latin.
 
"Description of two Parthian Coins, never hitherto published. By the Rev. John Swinton, B.D.F.R.S. Member of the Academy degli Apatisti at Florence, and of the Etruscan Academy of Cortona in Tuscany, in a letter to Charles Morton, M.D. Sec. R.S." (1766)
In: Philosophical transactions of the Royal Society, vol. 56
1766, p. 296-301.
Abstract: Read before the R.S., Dec 18, 1766
 
Sykes, Percy
Ten thousand miles in Persia; or, Eight years in Irán, by Major Percy Molesworth Sykes (1902)
London: J. Murray, 1902, xv+481 p.
 
A Seventh Journey in Persia (1915)
London: Royal Geographical Society, 1915, p. 358-371.
Abstract: Extract from the Geographical Journal of the Royal Geographical Society for 1915, pp. 358-371. Map of Journey & Darragaz and the sources of the Atrek, 8 photo illustartions.
 
Persia (1922)
Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1922
Abstract: In 2 vols. See map in vol. 2
 
A History of Persia (1930)
In: 2 volumes
London: Routledge, 1969, 3 ed.
Abstract: Also seen: Nov 2003 reprint of 3rd. edition by Routledge.
See vol. I (pp. 305-390):
Chapt XXVII - The rise of Parthia and the apearance of Rome in Asia
Chapt XXVIII - The expansion of Parthia and the downfall of the house of Seleucus
Chapt XXIX - Parthia, Rome, and Pontus
Chapt XXX - Parthia and Rome -- The first trial of strength
Chapt XXXI - Rome and Parthia -- The second trial of strength
Chapt XXXII - The organization, religion, and architecture of the Parthians
Chapt XXXIII - The struggle for Armenia
Chapt XXXIV The decline and fall of Parthia

See map in vol. 2.
 
History of Afghanistan (1940)
In: 2 volumes
London: Macmillan and Co., 1940
Abstract: Chapters: 6. The Seleucid Dynasty and the rise of Parthia. 7. The Kingdom of Bactria. 8. Rome, Parthia and the Kushan dynasty.
 
Syme, Ronald
"Pompeius and the Parthians" (1995)
In: Birley, Anthony R. (ed.), Anatolica. Studies in Strabo
Oxford: 1995, p. 87-94.
 
"Caesar's Designs on Dacia and Parthia" (1999)
In: Birley, Anthony R., The Provincial at Rome and Rome and the Balkans 80 BC - AD 14
Exeter: Exeter University Press, 1999, p. 174-192.
 
Syncellus
Parthica, frag. 1-2c in Roos 1967 vol 2 (1967)
In: Roos, A. G. (ed.), Flavii Arriani quae exstant omnia. v.2. Scripta minora et fragmenta. Adiectae sunt tres tabulae geographicae et fragmentum Papyri 1284 Societatis Italianae
Leipzig: Teubner, 1967
 
Syndikus, Hans Peter
"Die Parther in der augusteischen Dichtung by Michael Wissemann" (book review) (1983)
In: Gnomon. Kritische Zeitschrift für die gesamte klassische Altertumswissenschaft, vol. 55
1983, p. 589-593.
 
Szadunski, Eleazar Isar
The Talmudical Writings as a Source for Parthian and Sassanid History (1932)
Chicago: 1932
Abstract: Unpublished M.A. dissertation, University of Chicago, 1932).
 
[Abstract. Title?] (1932)
Journal of the American Oriental Society, 1932, vol. 52, p. 305-.
Abstract: Abstract of a paper on Talmudical writings as a source for Parthian and Sassanid history.
 
Szaivert, Eva and Wolfgang & Sear, David R.
Griechscher Munzkatalog: Band 2: Asien und Afrika (1983)
Munich: Battenberg, 1983
Abstract: "This is basically the German language version [of Sear's Greek Coins and their Values] (also in two volumes, 1980 & 1983), but it is arranged differently in that the coinage of each city-state is presented strictly chronologically. One of the limitations of the English version is that it lists the Archaic coins, classical precious metal coins, and base-metal coins separately (which means you have to look in three different places for each city. There are also quite a few additional coins listed and illustrated which required a different numbering than "Sear" however the "Sear" number and valuation in DM (calculated 4 to the £) are included as well as actual prices-realized from auctions for many coins." [Kroh, Reviews, p. 7]

The Parthian coin attributions are to Sellwood 1971 (1st edition).
 
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