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Wolski, Józef (continued)
"Dans l'Attente d'une nouvelle histoire de l'Iran Arsacide" (1985)
Iranica Antiqua, 1985, vol. 20, p. 163-173.
 
"Imperium Parthicum. Przyczny wzrostu i upadku" (1986)
Eos, 1986, no. 74, p. 188-.
 
The Periodation of Parthian Epoque [In Persian] (1987)
Iranian Journal of Archaeology and History : Madjalle-ye-Bastanshenasi wa Tarikh, 1987, vol. 1, no. 2, p. 18-20.
 
"L'héritage d'Alexandre le Grand et les Arsacides" (1988)
In: Zu Alexander, Festschrift G. Wirth, II
Amsterdam: 1988, p. 991-1006.
 
"Les commencements de l'Empire parthe" (1988)
Gerion, 1988, vol. 6, p. 9-19.
Abstract: Madrid : Departamento de Historia Antigua, Facultad de Geografía e Historia, Universidad Complutense de Madrid
 
"L'époque parthe entre l'hellénisme et l'iranisme" (1988)
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)
1991, p. 49-55.
 
"Le titre de 'roi des rois' dans l'idéologie monarchique des Arsacides" (1988)
Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 1988, no. fasc. 1-4, p. 159-166.
 
"Die geselischaftliche und politische Stellung der grossen partischen Familien" (1989)
Tyche, 1989, vol. 4, p. 221-227.
 
"Sur l'impérialisme des Parthes arsacides" (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. 637-650.
 
"L'hellénisme et l'Iran" (1989)
In: Mactoux, Marie-Madeleine & Geny, Evelyne (eds.), Mélanges Pierre Lévêque, vol. 2
Paris: Belles Lettres, 1991, p. 439-446.
 
"L'importance des sources iraniennes pour l'histoire de l'Iran" (1989)
In: Mélanges M. Plezia (Munera philologica et historica M. Plezia oblata)
Krakow: 1989, p. 217-224.
 
"Les sources de l'époque hellénistique et Parthe de l'histoire d'Iran. Difficultés de leur interprétation et problèmes de leur évaluation" (1989)
Acta Antiqua Academiae Scientiarum Hungaricae, 1989, vol. 28, p. 137-145.
 
"Alexandre le Grand: légende et réalité. De l'avènement des Séleucides à la chute des Arsacides" (1990)
In: Croisille, J. M. (ed.), Neronia IV : Alejandro Magno, modelo de los emperadores romanos: actes du IVe Colloque international de la Société Internationale d'études néroniennes (4th : 1987 : Madrid, Spain) / édités par J. M. Croisille
Brussels: Latomus, 1990, p. 100-109.
 
"Sur l'authenticité des traités Romano-Perse" (1992)
Iranica Antiqua, 1992, vol. 27, p. 169-187.
 
"L'archéologie et l'Iran parthe" (1992)
In: Mélanges L. Press
1992, p. 167-171.
 
L'Empire des Arsacides (1993)
In: Acta Iranica 32
Lovanii: In Aedibus Peeters, 1993, 218 p.
Abstract: Contains a general summary of Wolski's theories of Parthian history.
 
"Les débuts de l'état parthe et ses contacts avec l'Asie Centrale" (1994)
In: Convegno internazionale sul tema: La Persia e l'Asia centrale da Alessandro al X secolo / in collaborazione con l'Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente (Roma, 9-12 novembre 1994). Atti dei Convegni Lincei, 127
Rome: Accademia nazionale dei Lincei, 1996, p. 179-185.
 
"Quelques remarques concernant la chronologie débuts de l'etat Parthe" (1996)
Iranica Antiqua, 1996, vol. 31, p. 167-178.
 
"The Arsacid Parthians" (1996)
In: Herrmann, Joachim & Zurcher, Erik (eds.), History of Humanity: Scientific and Cultural Development. Volume III: From the Seventh Century BC to the Seventh Century AD
Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 1996, p. 129-131.
 
The Seleucids : The Decline and Fall of Their Empire (1999)
In: Series : Rozprawy Wydzialu Historyczno-Filozoficznego ; t. 91
Krakow: Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, 1999, 143 p.
Abstract: Translated from the Polish by Bruce Duncan MacQueen. See review by Jana Pecirková in ARCHIV ORIENTÁLNÍ, vol. LXVIII, no. 2, May 2000
As he embarks on a new analysis of the history of the Seleucids, Professor Wolski does not follow the old method, which viewed every fragment of history as a separate whole. The Seleucid state was a continuation of the monarchy of Alexander the Great and of the Achaemenids before him, and it inherited from its predecessors all its obstinate troubles. Impressed by Alexander the Great's campaign, the historians overlooked the obvious truth that the conquest itself could not have resolved all the pervasive problems that haunted the Achaemenid state. And then, the Achaemenids' Asian heirs, the Seleucids, were faced by many new challenges. One aspect that has so far been taken little notice of was the resistance of the local population. The book sheds new light on the history of the fall of the Seleucid monarchy. [Publsiher]
 
Seleucid and Arsacid Studies : A progress report on developments in source research (2003)
Krakow: Polish Academy of Arts and Sciences, 2003, 104 p.
Abstract: Translated from the Polish by Teresa Baluk-Ulewiczowa.
Since the publication of his history of the Arsacids (1993) and his review of the causes of the downfall of the Seleucid dynasty (1999), Professor Jozef Wolski has been continuing his work on the sources for the history of the Hellenistic Orient. It has led him to new research results based on the Graeco-Latin sources, primarily Strabo and Justin. The analysis of recently discovered Babylonian sources has proved useful as well. The dozen or so reviews of his recent work which have appeared in Poland and abroad called for a response. All of these factors, enhanced by the author's new ideas on the subject, have contributed to the emergence of this book on the history of the Seleucids and Arsacids.. [publisher]
 
Die abhangigen Bevolkerungsschichten im Partherreich (In work)
Abstract: Mentioned by Wolski in "Points de vue..." (1979) as in preparation.
 
Wright, G. R. H.
"Abu Qubur. The 'Parthian Building' and its Affinities" (1991)
In: Gasche, H.; Pons, N.; Verhoeven, K. & Warburton, D. A. (eds.), Mesopotamian History and Environment Series I
Northern Akkad Project Reports (NAPR) Vol. 7, Fouilles d' Abu Qubur
1991, p. 75-91.
 
Wright, Henry (ed.)
An Early town on the Deh Luran Plain : excavations at Tepe Farukhabad (1981)
In: Memoirs of the Museum of Anthropology University of Michigan : 13
Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1981
Abstract: Part Three: The Elamite And Later Phases
- XII. Evidence of the Parthian and Sasanian Periods , Introduction .... Ceramics of the Parthian and Sasanian Periods (by Lawrence Cohen) .... Other Artifacts of the Parthian and Sasanian Periods .... Summary
 
Wroth, Warwick
Greek Coins acquired by the British Museum 1896", plate V (1897)
Numismatic Chronicle, 1897
 
"Otanes and Phraates IV" (1900)
Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Numismatic Society, 1900, tome/ser. 3, vol. 20, p. 89-95.
 
"On the rearrangement of Parthian coinage" (1900)
Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Numismatic Society, 1900, tome/ser. 3, vol. 20, p. 181-202.
Abstract: "In studying these and other new coins with a view to the preparation of the British Museum catalogue, I was myself led, though reluctantly, to the conclusion that not a few modifications must be made in the accepted arrangement of the coins as set forth in Gardner's work. The rectifications that seemed called for were principally in the period before Phraates IV, and... I ventured to criticize the existing arrangement and to indicate an alternative scheme. This, with various modifications and corrections, has been adopted in the present [BMC Parthia] Catalogue. -- Wroth [BMC Parthia, xvi]
 
Catalogue of the Coins of Parthia (1903)
In: A Catalogue Of Greek Coins in the British Museum
Bologna: Arnaldo Forni, 1964, lxxxviii+289 p.
Abstract: Arnaldo Forni 1964 reprint of the original 1903 British Museum edition. 377 pages with 37 somewhat fuzzy plates (in the Forni reprint). Contains the following tables: A. List of Parthian kings, with dates. B. List of the regal titles found on Parthian coins. C. The Parthian months. D. Years of the Seleucid era with the corresponding years of the Christian era. The attributions have been superceded by Sellwood, but the text and tables are still useful.

See review: George Macdonald, Classical Review, Vol. 17, No. 7 (Oct., 1903) , pp. 374-375.
 
"The earliest Parthian coins: a reply to Sir Henry H. Howorth" (1905)
Numismatic Chronicle and Journal of the Royal Numismatic Society, 1905, tome/ser. 4, vol. 5, p. 317-323.
Abstract: Wroth refutes Howorth's proposal that the beardless early coins of Parthia be assigned to the Arsacids dynasty in Armenia. See Horworth's original article, "Some Notes on Coins Attributed to Parthia" in Num. Chron., 1905, series 4, vol. 5, p. 209 ff.
 
Wulff, H. E.
"The Qanats of Iran" (1968)
Scientific American, 1968, no. April, p. 94-105.
Abstract: Some 3,000 years ago the Persians learned how to dig underground aqueducts that would bring mountain ground water to the plains. In 1968, the system still provided 75 percent of the water used in Iran.
 
Wuthnow, Heinz
Die semitischen Menschennamen in Griechischen Inschriften und Papyri des Vorderen Orients (1930)
In: Studien zur Epigraphik und Papyruskunde Bd. I, 4
Leipzig: 1930
 
Wylie, Graham
"How did Trajan Succeed in Subduing Parthia where Mark Antony Failed?" (1990)
Ancient History Bulletin, 1990, vol. 4.2, p. 37-43.
 
Yaghmaie, Ehsan
"How Women Applied Makeup 3000 Years Ago" (1999)
Zanan, 1999, vol. Sep., no. 52, p. 49-52.
 
Yale Gallery of Fine Arts
Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University, February 1930 (1939)
Bulletin of the Associates in Fine Arts at Yale University, 1939, no. June
Abstract: Ralph Earl, more from the Euprhates Expedition, Brocaded Satin etc.
 
Yamahana, Kyoko
“Ancient Egyptian Glass Vessels from the New Kingdom – A Comparative Analysis with Roman and Parthian Glass” (2001)
In: Paper #40 presented at the American Schools of Oriental Research Annual Meeting, Omni Interlocken Resort,
Boulder, Colorado, 14–17 Nov 2001
2001
Abstract: Presented under the general topic of "New Discoveries from Materials Science in the Archaeology of the Near East," Elizabeth Friedman (University of Chicago), Presiding.

Kyoko Yamahana represented Tokai University.
 
Yarshater, Ehsan
"Parthian Clan of Esfandiar"
 
"Were the Sassanians Heirs to the Achaemenids?" (1971)
In: La Persia nel Medioevo
Rome: Accademia nazionale dei Lincei, 1971, vol. Quaderno 160, p. 517-533.
 
"Iranian National History" (1983)
In: Yarshater, Ehsan (ed.), The Cambridge History of Iran. The Seleucid, Parthian and Sasanian Periods, vol. 3, part 1
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983, p. 359-479.
 
Yarshater, Ehsan (ed.)
Encyclopædia Iranica (1982-)
Costa Mesa, CA: Mazda, 1982
Abstract: On-line version is a feasibility study of the electronic publication of Encyclopaedia Iranica through the Internet. Available on-line is Volume VII (Fascicles 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6).
 
The Seleucid, Parthian and Sasanian Periods (1983)
In: The Cambridge History of Iran, vol. 3, parts 1 & 2
Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1983
Abstract: In two parts.
 
Yatsenko, S. A.
Kostyum iranoyazichnikh narodov drevnosti i metody ego istoriko-kul'turnoy rekonstruktsii [The Costume of the Ancient Iranian-Speaking Peoples and the Methods of Its Historic-Cultural Reconstruction] (2002)
Moscow: Russian State University for the Humanities, 2002, 707 p.
 
Yildiz, Efrem
"The Aramaic Language and its Classification"
Journal of Assyrian Academic Studies
Abstract: See pp. 34-37, section on "Middle Aramaic".
 
Yon, J.-B.
"Hatra et Palmyre, cités de la steppe" (2009)
In: Hatra, un patrimoine irakien en danger
Dossiers d'Archeologie, 2009, no. 334 (Jul-Aug), p. 78-81.
Abstract: "Situées dans une position géographique semblable au coeur d’une steppe semi-désertique, en marge de deux grands empires (les Romains et les Parthes), Palmyre et Hatra ont souvent été comparées. Pourtant, au-delà des nombreuses ressemblances (même période de prospérité, usage de la langue araméenne, présence de nomades « arabes ») peu de documents attestent explicitement de liens directs. C’est seulement à Doura-Europos, sur l’Euphrate, quasiment à mi-chemin entre les deux villes, qu’existent des traces de ces relations." [Author]
 
Yoshida, Mitsukuni
In search of Persian pottery (1972)
New York: Weatherhill, 1972, 161 p.
Abstract: Unif title Perushia no yakimono. Translated by John M. Shields. In addition to many photos of ancient through modern pottery, this is a charming travellogue with fascinating insights into ancient pottery making methods still practiced in Iran and Afghanistan. The focus is on Islamic period production.

Only one black & white photo of a Parthian piece is included, a three-legged black pitcher.
 
Young, Gary K.
Rome's eastern trade. International commerce and imperial policy, 31 BC-AD 305 (2001)
London: Routledge, 2001
 
Young, J. H.
"Commagenian Tiaras, Royal and Divine" (1964)
American Journal of Archaeology, 1964, vol. 68, p. 29ff.
 
Young, Penny
"Return to Dura Europos", History Today, Volume 47 (11) Nov 1997. (1997)
History Today, 1997, vol. 47, no. 11 (Nov)
 
Young, T. Cuyler
"The Kangavar Survey – The Iron Age" (2002)
Iranica Antiqua, 2002, vol. 37, p. 419-436.
Abstract: Outre les résultats que nous livre l’A. sur cette prospection menée en 1974 – en particulier sur l’augmentation de l’occupation à l’âge du Fer III, contemporaine du manor de Godin Tepe – on retiendra ses réflexions méthodologiques et sa prudence sur l’interprétation des données : faut-il voir l’arrivée des Iraniens dans la région dans les changements importants qui interviennent entre l’âge du Bronze et l’âge du Fer I/II ou bien dans ceux qu’on observe entre cette seconde période et l’âge du Fer III ? C’est aussi cette prospection qui amena l’A. à forger le terme Fer IV pour ne pas utiliser la chronologie historique (mède, achéménide, séleucide, parthe) dont les modestes tessons de poterie ne rendent pas compte. [Rémy Boucharlat, Abstracta Iranica [En ligne], Volume 25. http://abstractairanica.revues.org/document4322.html]
 
Zadneprovskaya, T. N.
"Bibliographie de travaux sovietiques sur les parthes" (1975)
Studia Iranica, 1975, vol. 4, no. 2, p. 243-260.
Abstract: With reference to the Soviet sources in this bibliography, Frye [1984, p. 205] mentions that "the works of Koshelenko are especially noteworthy, since he is the foremost Soviet specialist on the Parthians."
 
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