Greece

OVERVIEW of the entry: i. Greco-Persian Political Relations, ii. Greco-Persian Cultural Relations, iii. Persian Influence on Greek Thought, iv. Greek Influence on Persian Thought, v. Greek Influence on Philosophy, vi. The Image of Persia and Persians in Greek Literature, vii. Greek Art and Architecture in Iran, viii. Greek Art in Central Asia, Afghanistan, and Northwest India, ix. Greek and Persian Romances, x. Greek Medecine in Persia, xi. Greek Inscriptions in Iran, xii. Persian Loanwords and Names in Greek, xiii. Greek Loanwords in Middle Iranian Languages, xiv. Greek Loanwords in Medieval New Persian, xv. Ancient Greek borrowings of Perisan herbs and plants of medicinal value.

 

GREECE : Relations with the Persian Empire.

i. Greco-Persian Political Relations

ii. Greco-Persian Cultural Relations

iii. Persian Influence on Greek Thought

iv. Greek Influence on Persian Thought

v. Greek Influence on Philosophy  See PHILOSOPHY and individual philosophers.

vi. The Image of Persia and Persians in Greek Literature

vii. Greek Art and Architecture in Iran

viii. Greek Art in Central Asia, Afghanistan, and Northwest India

ix. Greek and Persian Romances

x. Greek Medicine in Persia

xi. Greek Inscriptions in Iran  See EPIGRAPHY.

xii. Persian Loanwords and Names in Greek

xiii. Greek Loanwords in Middle Iranian Languages

xiv. Greek Loanwords in Medieval New Persian

xv. Ancient Greek borrowings of Perisan herbs and plants of medicinal value.

 

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Originally Published: December 15, 2002

Last Updated: April 18, 2012

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Vol. XI, Fasc. 3, pp. 292-336 and Vol. XI, Fasc. 4, pp. 337-363