Go to home page
Prior Page Page Up Next Page

Bibliography Page 8

Sorted by author then year

Belloni, J. G. & Dall'asén, L. F.
L'art iranien (1968)
Paris: Bibliothèque des Arts, 1968, 27 p.
Abstract: Présentation historique et géographique de l'Iran depuis la préhistoire. Civilisation iranienne. Suivi de nombreuses planches couvrant tous les aspects de l'art iranien. Belle illustration en frontispice. 101 planches en noir et en couleurs; autres illustrations in texte en noir; 1 carte [Publisher]
 
Bémont, Frédy
Atlas de la civilisation Iranienne (1977)
In: Planification Habitat Information, No. 87-88, Juillet 1977
Paris: Secrétariat des missions d'urbanisme et d'habitat, 1977, 225 p.
Abstract: In French and English. Section VIII is titled "Reconquest of the Achaemenian Empire by the Arsacid Parthians" and includes a map of Parthian empire.
 
Bengtson, Hermann
Die Eingeborenenbevölkerung in den hellenistischen Oststaaten (1951)
Welt als Geschichte, 1951, vol. 11, p. 139.
 
"Ueber einige Gründe des Niederganges der hellenistischen Welt" (1955)
Historische Jahrbuch, 1955, vol. 74, p. 26ff.
 
Zum Partherfeldzug des Antonius (1974)
In: Sitzungsberichte - Bayerische Akademie der Wissenschaften, Philosophisch-Historische Klasse ; Jahrg. 1974, Heft 1
München: Beck, 1974
Abstract: Includes bibliographical references.
 
Marcus Antonius, Triumvir and Herrscher des Orients (1977)
München: 1977
 
Benjamin, S. G. W.
The Story of Persia (1896)
In: Series: The Story of The Nations
New York: G. P. Putnam's Sons, 1896
Abstract: The author, S. G. W. Benjamin, was a U. S. Minister to Persia. He had written an earlier book entitled Persia and the Persians. That volume was intended to give a description of Persia as it was when he lived there. This present volume is a history of Persia, offering a narrative of the most noteworthy characters and events of that ancient empire from its foundation in prehistoric times. It gives attention to the great career of the House of Sassan. Fewer information is presented on the Saracen invasion and the rise of the Sefaveans. He gives information about the character and career of Chosroes Parveez and discusses the quality of Persian military talents and courage. [Preface]

Includes chapter: THE PARTHIANS: Murder of Phraortes; Campaign of Marc Anthony.
 
Benko, M.
"Burial masks of Eurasian mounted nomad peoples in the migration period (1st millennium AD)" (1992-1993)
Acta Orientalia Hungariae, 1993, vol. 46, p. 113-131.
 
Benoit, François
Architecture : L'orient médiéval et moderne (volume 2) (1911-1912)
In: Manuels d'histoire de l'art
Paris: H. Laurens, 1912, vol. 2, 542 p.
Abstract: Livre fort interéssant abordant en table des matieres: l'architecture mésopotamo-perse aux époque parthe et sassanide. L'architecture chrétienne dans la haute mésopotamie et en syrie.dans l'asie mineur extra-égéenne, L'architecture arménienne, arabe avant l'islam, de l'egypte copte, d'afrique, byzantine, des civilisations musulmanes, en Russie, l'archit.. serbe, moldo valaque, de l'inde brahmaniste et bouddhiste, ..chinoise, dans la haute Asie, au Népal , Tibétaine, au turkestan oriental, chame, khmère, javanèse, birmane, siamoise et laotienne, japonaise , l'archit.. de l'amérique andine, indigène de l'océanie et de l'afrique... [Publisher]
 
Bensnval, R.
"Quelques Caractèristiques techniques de la céramique d'époque pathe à Tureg Tepe (Iran)" (1987)
Mesopotamia, 1987, vol. 22
 
Benveniste, Émile
"Notes parthes et sogdiennes" (1936)
Journal Asiatique, 1936, vol. 228, p. 193-235.
Abstract: (= Études sogdiennes, Wiesbaden 1979, pp. 120-162)
 
"Notes sur les tablettes élamites de Persepolis" (1958)
Journal Asiatique, 1958, p. 49-67.
 
"Éléments parthes en arménien" (1964)
Revue des Études Arméniennes, 1964, vol. 1, p. 1-39.
 
Titres et noms propres en iranien ancien (1966)
Paris: 1966
 
Bérard, François et al.
Guide de l'épigraphiste : bibliographie choisie des épigraphies antiques et médiévales (1989)
In: Guides et inventaires bibliographiques / Bibliothèque de l'Ecole normale supérieure ; 2
Paris: Presses de l'Ecole normale supérieure, 1989, 327 p.
 
Bergamini, G.
"Parthian Fortifications in Mesopotamia" (1987)
Mesopotamia, 1987, vol. 22, p. 195-214.
 
Berghe, Louis vanden
Archéologie de l'Iran ancien. Avec une préf. de R. Ghirshman (1959)
Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1966, xix+285 p.
Abstract: Reprint of 1959 edition.
 
"Le relief parthe de Hung-i Nauruzi" (1963)
Iranica Antiqua, 1963, vol. 3 (fasc 2), p. 155-168.
 
"De Cultuurprovincie Elymais naar nieuwe gegevens" (1964)
In: Handelingen van het XXVe Vlaams Filologencongres, 1964
1964, p. 149-153.
 
Bibliographie analytique de l'archéologie de l'Iran ancien / par L. vanden Berghe, avec la collaboration de B. de Wulf et E. Haerinck (1979)
Leiden: E. J. Brill, 1979
Abstract: Frye [1984, p. 205] cites vanden Berghe's bibliography on pp. 28-29 for the Kuh-e Khwaja surveys in Seistan by M. A. Stein and E. Herzfeld. Kangavar in Media work of Kambaksh-Fard and his articles referring to it are cited on p. 142. The Elymais sites of Bard-e Nishandeh and Masjid-e Sulaiman in Khuzistan are covered, pp. 85-88. Shahr-e Qum, near Damghan, was the Parthian capital of Hekatompylos and the sondages of D. Stronach and J. Hansman are cited, pp. 25-26. Frye mentions numerous Parthian-related excavations outside Iran, and cites vanden Berghe's bibliography pp. 259-260 for bibliographical info on Hatra, Nippur, Assur, Uruk in Iraq, and Dura Europas and Palmyra in Syria. Check pp. 262-268 on Parthian numismatics.
 
Reliefs rupestres de l'Iran ancien : Bruxelles, Musées royaux d'art et d'histoire, 26 octobre 1983-29 janvier 1984 / photographie, Erik Smekens (1984)
Brussels: Les Musées, 1984, 207 p.
Abstract: See review, Bernard Goldman, Bulletin of the Asia Institute, Vol. 2 (1988), pp. 149-150.
Table des matières
Avant-propos
Introduction
Découvertes et recherches
Reliefs rupestres des Lullubi
Reliefs rupestres élamites
Reliefs rupestres assyriens
Reliefs rupestres achéménides
Reliefs rupestres achéménides tardifs ou post-achéménides
Reliefs rupestres séleucides
Reliefs rupestres parthes
Reliefs rupestres sassanides
Survivances
Tableau des reliefs rupestres de l'Irān ancien
Catalogue
Bibliographie
Liste des cartes, dessins et photos
Documentation photographique
 
"L'état des études de l'histoire de l'art et de l'archéologie pre-islamique" (1985)
In: Gnoli, Gherardo (ed.), Orientalia Romana 6 : The First European Colloquium of Iranology (Rome, 18-20 June 1983)
Rome: Istituto italiano per il Medio ed Estremo Oriente, 1985, p. 29ff.
 
Les reliefs rupestres d'Elymaide (Iran) de l'epoque parthe (1985)
In: Iranica antiqua. Supplement ; 2
Gent: Iranica Antiqua, 1985
 
"The Parthian Heritage in Sassanian History" (1987)
Paris: Studia Iranica, 1987, vol. 5, p. 241-254.
 
Berghe, Louis vanden & Schippmann, Klaus
Les reliefs rupestres d'Elymaide (Iran) s'epoque parthe (1985)
Iranica Antiqua, 1984, vol. Supp. 3, p. 122.
Abstract: See review, Bernard Goldman, Bulletin of the Asia Institute, Vol. 2 (1988), pp. 149-150.
 
Bernard, P.
"Statuette dite de Rodogune, Un nouveau livre sure les Parthes" (1979)
Paris: Studia Iranica, 1979, vol. 8, p. 119-139.
 
"La coiffure des Parthes et des Nomades" (1980)
In: Mémoires de la Délégation archéologique française en Afghanistan, 21
Journal des savants, 1980, no. Jan-Sept, p. 67-84.
 
"Les rhytons de Nisa: 1. Poétesses grecques" (1985)
Journal des savants, 1985, no. Jan-Sept, p. 25-118.
 
"Les rhytons de Nisa: a quoi, a qui ont-ils servi?" (1988)
In: Colloque: Histoire et cultes de l'Asie Centrale pré-islamique, Paris, 1988, Résumé des communications
p. 13-17..
 
"The Seleucids in Central Asia" (1994)
In: Harmatta, Janos (ed.), History of Civilizations of Central Asia, vol. 2 : The development of sedentary and nomadic civilizations: 700 B.C. to A.D. 250
Paris: UNESCO Publishing, 1994, 573 p.
Abstract: Contents:
"Introduction" by J. Harmatta
"Ancient Iranian Nomads in western Central Asia" by A. Abetekov and H. Yusupov
"Media and Achaemenid Iran" by M.A. Dandamayev
"Alexander and his successors in Central Asia" by A.H. Dani and P. Bernard
"The Greek kingdoms of Centra Asia" by P. Bernard
"Parthia" by G.A. Koshelenko and V.N. Pilipko
"Nomads in eastern central Asia" by N. Ishjamts
"The Yüeh-chih and their migrations" by K. Enoki, G.A. Koshelenko and Z. Haidary
"The Sakas and Indo-Parthians" by B.N. Puri
"The culture of the Xinjiang Region" by Ma Yong and Wang Binhua
"The Western Regions under the Hsiung-nu and the Han" by Ma Yong and Sun Yutang
"The Kushans" by B.N. Puri
"Economy and social system in Central Asia in the Kushan age" by A.R. Mukhamedjanov
"Cities and urban life in the Kushan kingdom" by B.A. Litvinsky
"Religions in the Kushan Empire" by J. Harmatta, with the contributions of B.N. Puri, L. Lelekov, S. Humayan, D.C. Sircar
"Kushan art" by G.A. Pugachenkova, S.R. Dar, R.C. Sharma, M.A. Joyenda, in collaboration with H. Siddiqi
"Languages and scripts in Graeco-Bactria and the Saka kingdoms" by J. Harmatta
"Languages and literature in the Kushan Empire" by J. Harmatta
"States in north-western Central Asia" by N.N. Negmatov
"The nomads of northern Central Asia after the invasion of Alexander" by Y.A Zadneprovskiy
"The rise of Sasania Iran" by B.A. Litvinsky, with the contributions of M. Hussain Shah and R. Shabani Samghabadi
"Conclusion" by J. Harmatta
 
"L'Asie Centrale et l'empire séleucide" (1994)
Topoi orient-occident, 1994, vol. 4, p. 473-511.
 
Bernareggi, Ernesto
"Rex Parthus" (1982)
In: Scheers, Simone (ed.), Studia Paulo Naster oblata, vol 1
Louvain: 1982, p. 187-192.
 
Bertolino, R.
"L'environnement de Hatra à travers ses graffiti : animaux et chasse" (2003)
In: La campagne antique : espace sauvage, terre domestiquée, Cahiers Kubaba V, Paris, L'Harmattan
Paris: L'Harmattan, 2003, p. 60-70.
 
"Les inscriptions, la langue et l'écriture" (2009)
In: Hatra, un patrimoine irakien en danger
Dossiers d'Archeologie, 2009, no. 334 (Jul-Aug), p. 28-33.
Abstract: "La Mésopotamie a constitué le coeur d'un grand empire à la tête duquel plusieurs dynasties appartenant à des peuples d'origines différentes se sont succédé, Sumériens, Sémites de langue akkadienne, puis Perses. Le processus d'hellénisation de l'Orient – initié par Alexandre et poursuivi ensuite par les Séleucides – a contribué à la naissance d'une réalité culturelle nouvelle, où les éléments orientaux et les éléments grecs se mélangeaient. C’est ce qui explique la situation culturelle et linguistique à l’époque de Hatra, où coexistent en Mésopotamie l'araméen, le pehlevi et le grec." [Author]
 
Betten, Francis S.
"Parthians and Medes and Elamites" (1938)
In: From many centuries : a collection of historical papers [Series: CoreFiche, books listed in the Essay and general literature index. Phase 10]
New York: P. J. Kenedy & Sons, 1938
 
Bevan, E.
The House of Seleucus (1902)
In: 2 vols.
New York: Barnes & Noble, 1966
 
Bhandabkar, Devadatta Ramkrishna
"A Kushana stone-inscription and the question about the origin of the 'Saka era"  (1902)
In: The Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, vol. 20, 1902, pp. 269-302.
Journal of the Bombay Branch of the Royal Asiatic Society, 1902, vol. 20, p. 269-302.
Abstract: Read 19th October 1899. A Kushana stone-inscription and the question about the origin of the 'Saka era.
 
Bibliothéque Nationale (France)
Les Monnaies. Guide du visiteur (1929)
1929, 159 p.
 
Bickerman, Elias J.
Les Institutions des Séleucides (1938)
Paris: Paul Geuthner, 1938
 
"Notes on Seleucid and Parthian chronology" (1944)
Berytus, 1944, vol. 8, no. 2, p. 73-83.
Abstract: MWW: Examination of various chronological problems in ancient reckonings of Seleucid and Parthian eras.
 
"The Parthian Ostracon no. 1760 from Nisa" (1966)
Bibliotheca Orientalis, 1966, vol. 23, p. 15-17.
Abstract: Check also pages 1-2, cited by Koshelenko, La Genealogia (1982).
 
"The 'Zoroastrian' Calendar" (1967)
Archív Orientální, 1967, vol. 35, p. 197-207.
 
Bidyabinod, Pandit B. B.
Supplementary catalogue of the coins of the Indian Museum, Calcutta : Vol. 1, non-Muhammadan series (1923)
1923, 103 p.
 
Bielmeier, R.
"Zu iranischen Lehnwörtern im Georgischen und Armenischen" (1985)
In: Sprachwissenschaftliche Forschungen. Festschrift fur Johann Knobloch
Innsbruck: 1985, p. 33-42.
 
Bigwood, J. M.
"Queen Mousa, Mother and Wife (?) of King Phraatakes of Parthia: A Re-evaluation of the Evidence" (2004)
Mouseion, 2004, tome/ser. 3, vol. 4, p. 35-70.
Abstract: Modern scholars often state that Queen Mousa not only murdered her husband, King Phraates IV of Parthia, but also became co-ruler with, and wife of, her son Phraatakes. This article analyizes Josephus' account of her, drawing attention to its blending of false with credible, and to the probable influence of folk-tale. It also examines the coins on which she is depicted, arguing that they provide no evidence for the alleged marriage to her son or for her supposed political role.
 
"Some Parthian Queens in Greek and Babylonian Documents" (2008)
Iranica Antiqua, 2008, vol. 43, p. 235-274.
 
Bilucaglia, Rita
"Victoria Parthica Macrini Aug." (1975)
Quaderni Ticinesi, 1975, vol. 4, p. 231-238.
 
Bin Seray, Hamad M.
"Spasinu Charax and its commercial Relations with the East through the Arabian Gulf" (1996)
In: Proceedings of the Seventh International Conference of ARAM: Trade Routes in the Near East: Pre-Islamic and Early Islamic Times - Oxford University
ARAM, 1996, vol. 8, no. 1
Abstract: Dr. Bin Seray is at the United Arab Emirates University.
 
Bingham, Woodbridge; Conroy, Hilary & Iklé, Frank W.
Southwest Asia : a brief history (1956)
Berkeley, CA: 1956, 2 ed., 192 p.
Abstract: Scholarly study, covers the early empires of Western Asia about 3000-250 B.C.; Parthians, Romans & Sassanians ca 250 B.C. to 650 A.D.; Expansion of Islam 622-1220; Mongols & Turks in Western Asia ca 1200-1600; Ottoman Empire 156-1856; Persians & Afghans 1600-1857; Western ideas challenge the old order 1857-1914; Nationalism 1914-1939; World War II & after 1939-1955. [Publisher]
 
Bibliography - Page 8

This page last updated 18 Oct 2009

Prior Page Page Up Next Page
Home Site Index Site Map Feedback New Items Tech Info Search

Online since 28 March 1998
Copyright ©1998-2012 Edward C. D. Hopkins, all rights reserved

    Click button to validate this page as HTML 4.01 compliant Click button to validate this page as CSS compliant