The King’s Peoples and Lands: The Apadana Reliefs, Herodotean Ethnography, and the Persian Imperial Lore

Published: May 29, 2019

About the Speaker Antigoni Zournatzi is Director of Research at the Institute of Historical Research of the National Hellenic Research Foundation. Her main areas of research are the interconnections between the ancient Greek world and the Ancient Near East, cross-cultural phenomena in archaic and classical Cyprus, and the Achaemenid Empire. She is currently a Getty…

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Mapping Ancient Cultural Encounters: Greeks in Iran ca. 550 BC – ca. AD 650

Published: May 13, 2019

Mapping Ancient Cultural Encounters: Greeks in Iran ca. 550 BC – ca. AD 650: Aims, Prospects, and Case Studies Greco-Iranian cultural interactions within the territory of the modern state of Iran are attested since the Achaemenid period, although they considerably intensify during the Alexandrine and Seleucid eras. A thorough investigation of these cultural exchanges necessitates…

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