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  • PERIKHANIAN, ANAHIT

    Arthur Ambartsumian

    (1928-2012), scholar of Iranian studies, specializing in Sasanian jurisprudence, history, and society. 


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  • PĒRŌZ

    Cross-Reference

    Sasanian king (r. 459-84). See FIRUZ.

  • PERROT, JEAN

    Rémy Boucharlat

    (1920-2012), French archeologist and the last director of the Délégation Archéologique Française en Iran (1968-83).

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  • PERSEPOLIS

    A. Shapur Shahbazi

    ruined monuments of the acropolis of the city of Pārsa, the dynastic center of the Achaemenid Persian kings, located in the plain of Marvdašt, some 57 km northeast of Shiraz.

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  • PERSEPOLIS ELAMITE TABLETS

    Muhammad Dandamayev

    administrative records in Elamite inscribed on clay tablets. Parts of two archives of such tablets were discovered in Persepolis in 1933-34 and 1936-38.

  • PERSEPOLIS GRAFFITI: FOREIGN VISITORS

    St. John Simpson

    Now part of the physical history of the site, they represent another phase in the transformation of the monuments from living palaces to evocative ruined memorials of the past, alongside the earlier systematic iconoclastic defacement of exposed human faces, the addition of Sasanian and Buyid drawings and inscriptions.

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  • PERSIAN AUTHORS OF ASIA MINOR PART 1

    Tahsin Yazıcı (prep. Osman G. Özgüdenlı)

    Several Saljuqs of Rum (Anatolia) chose Iranian names such as Kaykāvus and Kayḵosrov and even made Persian the official language of state and court.

  • PERSIAN AUTHORS OF ASIA MINOR PART 2

    Tahsin Yazıcı (prep. Osman G. Özgüdenlı)

    bibliography of major Persian authors of Asia Minor.

  • PERSIAN GULF i. IN ANTIQUITY

    Daniel T. Potts

    a shallow, epi-continental sea approximately 1,000 km long and 200-350 km wide, narrowing to about 60 km across at the Straits of Hormuz.

  • PERSIAN LANGUAGE i. Early New Persian

    Ludwig Paul

    Early New Persian is the first phase (8th-12th centuries CE) of the Persian language after the Islamic conquest of Iran.

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