2 edition of catalogue of the provincial capitals of Eranshahr found in the catalog.
catalogue of the provincial capitals of Eranshahr
|Series||Analecta orientalia -- 3|
|Contributions||Messina, Giuseppe L,|
|LC Classifications||PK6198 M3|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||120|
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A catalogue of the provincial capitals of Ērānshahr: (Pahlavi text, version and commentary). Šahrestānīhā ī Ērānšahr (literally "The Provincial Capitals of Iran") is a surviving Middle Persian text on geography, which was completed in the late eighth or early ninth centuries text gives a numbered list of the cities of Eranshahr and Country: Sassanian Empire, lates edit in the.
During the Safavid era (–), most of the territory of the Sasanian empire regained its political unity, and Safavid kings were assuming the title of "Šāhanšāh-e Irān" (Iran's king of kings). An example is Mofid Bafqi (d. ), who makes numerous references to Iran, describing its border and the nostalgia of Iranians who had migrated to India in that era.
ŠAHRESTĀNĪHĀ Ī ĒRĀNŠAHR (The Provincial Capitals of Iran), the only major surviving Middle Persian text on geography: it enumerates the cities, their builders, and their importance for Persian history.
The text was put to final redaction in the Abbasid period (late eighth or early ninth centuries CE), as it mentions Abu Jaʿfar as the founder of Baghdad (sec.
60), referring to the. Author of Osteuropäische und ostasiatische Streifzüge, Wehrot und Arang, Südarmenien und die Tigrisquellen nach griechischen und arabischen Geographen, A catalogue of the provincial capitals of Eranshahr, Die Entstehung der armenischen Bistümer, Südarmenien und die Tigrisquellen, Osteuropa ische und ostasiatische Streifzu ge, Hayotsʻ.
Daskara is arabicized from the Pahlavi dastakarta (Dastkarta, Dastakrta), modern Persian Dastad̲j̲ird [ q.v.]; it means a post, a village, a town or simply level ground (see Herzfeld, Geschichte der Stadt Samarra, Hamburg44; J. Markwart, A catalogue of the provincial capitals of Eranshahr.
A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Erânshahr by J. Markwart' Edited by Messina' Roma 1 P. ibid. PMantiani —r De I'lslâm, Tome IV P Erânshahr) Henry Rawlinson A Catalogue of the prov. Eranshahr P I. Created Date. Pahlavi work used is A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr 4 (hereafter abbreviated to Eranshahr).
This text, the printed version of which was edited by J. Markwart, shows exactly how place-names were written in Pahlavi. It was compiled during the Caliphate of al-Mansur (ad ) and. In German scholar Joseph Markwart wrote a catalogue of the provincial capitals of Eranshahr.
Two years later, in the publication of Namah-e Iran-e-Bastan (The Journal of Ancient Iran) was published in Berlin under the editorship of Major von Viban of the Political Department of the (NADPA).Author: Hamid Naweed. Email your librarian or administrator to recommend adding this book to your organisation's collection.
The Cambridge Ancient History. Volume The Crisis of Empire, AD2nd edition Markwart, J. () A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr. Analecta Orientalia 3, ed.
Messina, G. Rome. Jan Davidsz. de Heem or in-full Jan Davidszoon de Heem called Johannes de Heem or Johannes van Antwerpen or Jan Davidsz de Hem, was a still life painter, active in Utrecht and Antwerp.
He is a major representative of that genre in both Dutch and Flemish Baroque painting. De Heem was born in Utrecht as Johannes van Antwerpen, he studied first under his father David de Heem. A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr: (Pahlavi Text, Version and Commentary), Pontificio Istituto biblico, Rome, Matthews J.
Matthews, The Roman Empire of Ammianus, London, McKitterick R. McKitterick, The Early Middle Ages: Europe –, Oxford University Press, Oxford, Šahrestān-i Ērānshahr or A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr, ed.
and trans. J.A. Markwart (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Biblico, ). Šahrestān-i Ērānshahr or A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr, ed. and trans. J.A. Markwart (Rome: Pontificio Istituto Biblico, ).Author: Mehrdad Amanat, Roy P. Mottahedeh. 2 Volume of Plates v,b.
8 J. Markwart — G. Messina, A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr, pp. 12, 52—. 1 12 SASSANID PERSIA [chap. branch of the Arsacid dynasty fled in 2 5 2 or 2 5 3 on the appearance of a Persian army, which occupied the country. Markwart, A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr, ed.
Messiner (Rome, ). Hassan A. Ronaghy, "Major Source of Air Pollution in Iranian Cities," Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis (April ): Edited by: P. Bearman, Th. Bianquis, C.E. Bosworth, E. van Donzel and W.P. Heinrichs The Encyclopaedia of Islam (Second Edition) Online sets out the present state of our knowledge of the Islamic World.
It is a unique and invaluable reference tool, an essential key to understanding the world of Islam, and the authoritative source not only for the religion, but also for the.
The name of Iran derives immediately from 3rd-century Sassanian Middle Persian ērān, Pahlavi ʼyrʼn, where it initially meant "of the Iranians", but soon also acquired a geographical connotation in the sense of "(lands inhabited by) Iranians". In both geographic and demonymic senses, ērān is distinguished from its antonymic anērān, meaning "non-Iran(ian)".
另請參考： 伊朗名稱（name of Iran） 現代波斯語把伊朗的名稱寫為（ایران），這個字源自公元3世紀薩珊王朝時代的中古波斯語ērān（ 巴列維字母拼寫 （ 英语 ： Pahlavi spelling ） （Pahlavi spelling）：ʼyrʼn），最初的意思是“伊朗人的”， 但很快也獲得了地理上的含義“（伊朗人居住的土.
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigation. Markwart, A Catalogue of the Provincial Capitals of Eranshahr, ed. Messiner (Rome, ). Hassan A. Ronaghy, "Major Source of Air Pollution in Iranian Cities," Journal of Iranian Research and Analysis (April ): K.
Scharlau, "Moderne Umgestaltungen im Grundriss iranischer Städte," Erdkunde 15 ():. A Catalogue of provincial capitals of Eranshahr, p. In the Baktrian document from Tokharistan, dated of the Baktrian era () vihara (the Buddhist monastery) and the Zoroastrian temple were mentioned together, like such terms as dahma (cemetery) and to cremate (the Indian ceremony), what testify on the variety of the religions and.Markwart J.
A Catalogue of provincial capitals of Eranshahr, pahlavi text, version and commentary, Roma, Marvazi. Tahir Sharaf al-Zaman on China, the Turks and India, Arabic text (circa A.
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^ Daryaee, Touraj (). Šahrestānīhā ī Ērānšahr. A Middle Persian Text on Late Antique Geography, Epic, and History. With English and Persian Translations, and Commentary. Mazda Publishers. (Related work).