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    The Achaemenid Persian Empire and the West: A Structural Approach

    Robert Rollinger (University of Innsbruck / University of Wrocław)
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    How the Persian Book of Kings by Ferdowsi about the Ancient Royal Dynasties of Iran Could Ever Become a World Epic for the So-Called West

    Olga M. Davidson (Boston University)
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    Parthian Silver and the Creation and Contestation of Aristocracies in Post-Hellenistic Iran

    Matthew Canepa (University of California, Irvine)
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    Ardashir I, the Early Sasanians, and Reorienting the Near East and the Caucasus

    Touraj Daryaee (University of California, Irvine)
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    Parthia, Rome, and the Horizons of Ancient Diplomacy

    Jake Nabel (Pennsylvania State University)
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    Universality and Alterity in the Achaemenid World

    M. Rahim Shayegan (University of California, Los Angeles)
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    Western Sources for the Sasanians

    David Potter (University of Michigan)
  8. Thumbnail of How to Govern an Empire? The Inscriptions of Darius I As a Constitutional Program video

    How to Govern an Empire? The Inscriptions of Darius I As a Constitutional Program

    Hilmar Klinkott (University of Kiel)
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    Celebrating Achaemenid Victories: A Glyptic Triumphal Motif and its Greek and Egyptian Victims

    John O. Hyland (Christopher Newport University)
  1. Thumbnail of The Achaemenid Persian Empire and the West: A Structural Approach video

    The Achaemenid Persian Empire and the West: A Structural Approach

    Robert Rollinger (University of Innsbruck / University of Wrocław)
  2. Thumbnail of How the Persian Book of Kings by Ferdowsi about the Ancient Royal Dynasties of Iran Could Ever Become a World Epic for the So-Called West video

    How the Persian Book of Kings by Ferdowsi about the Ancient Royal Dynasties of Iran Could Ever Become a World Epic for the So-Called West

    Olga M. Davidson (Boston University)
  3. Thumbnail of Parthian Silver and the Creation and Contestation of Aristocracies in Post-Hellenistic Iran video

    Parthian Silver and the Creation and Contestation of Aristocracies in Post-Hellenistic Iran

    Matthew Canepa (University of California, Irvine)
  4. Thumbnail of Ardashir I, the Early Sasanians, and Reorienting the Near East and the Caucasus video

    Ardashir I, the Early Sasanians, and Reorienting the Near East and the Caucasus

    Touraj Daryaee (University of California, Irvine)
  5. Thumbnail of Parthia, Rome, and the Horizons of Ancient Diplomacy video

    Parthia, Rome, and the Horizons of Ancient Diplomacy

    Jake Nabel (Pennsylvania State University)
  6. Thumbnail of Universality and Alterity in the Achaemenid World video

    Universality and Alterity in the Achaemenid World

    M. Rahim Shayegan (University of California, Los Angeles)
  7. Thumbnail of Western Sources for the Sasanians video

    Western Sources for the Sasanians

    David Potter (University of Michigan)
  8. Thumbnail of How to Govern an Empire? The Inscriptions of Darius I As a Constitutional Program video

    How to Govern an Empire? The Inscriptions of Darius I As a Constitutional Program

    Hilmar Klinkott (University of Kiel)
  9. Thumbnail of Celebrating Achaemenid Victories: A Glyptic Triumphal Motif and its Greek and Egyptian Victims video

    Celebrating Achaemenid Victories: A Glyptic Triumphal Motif and its Greek and Egyptian Victims

    John O. Hyland (Christopher Newport University)