Volume 14 of Studia Litteraria Universitatis Iagellonicae Cracoviensis, an special issue in Honour of Professor Anna Krasnowolska, has been published, and the articles seem to be freely available at the above link. The issue contains a number of relevant and interesting articles among which one relates to Zoroastrianism:
Daryaee, Touraj. 2019. Honey: A Demonic Food in Zoroastrian Iran? Studia Litteraria Universitatis Iagellonicae Cracoviensis 14. 53–57.
Volume 20 of the journal “Parthica” (2018) contains several interesting contributions.
Table of contents:
- F. SINISI, A. BETTS, G. KHOZHANIYAZOV: Royal fires in the ancient Iranian world: the evidence from Akchakhan-Kala, Chorasmia
- I. BUCCI, A. CELLERINO, M. FARAJI, E. FOIETTA, F. GIUSTO, J. M. KIAN, V. MESSINA, M. ROUHANI RANKHOUI: Preliminary report on the third season of excavation of the Iranian-Italian Joint Expedition in Khuzestan at Kal-e Chendar, Shami (8th campaign, 2015)
- V. N. PILIPKO: Nisa-Mihrdatkirt: Changing conceptions
- L. COLLIVA: Sanctuaries and ʻdynastic cultsʼ in the Indo-Iranian world: Arsacid, Indo-Parthian and Kushan evidence
- A. KHOSROWZADEH, N. N. Z. CHEGINI, S. NAZARI: Description, classification and typology of the excavated Parthian pottery from Qal‘eh-i Yazdigird, Kermanshah province, Iran
- A.KHOUNANI, Y.MOHAMMADIFAR: Two Parthian period rock reliefs from Iraqi Kurdistan
- E. FOIETTA, E. MARCATO: A review of the sequence of Hatra rulers and the role of 147 the inscription H416
Volume 57, issue 2 of Iran, Journal of the British Institute of Persian Studies:
Table of Contents:
- The Settlement Patterns in Roshtkhar Plain, Northeastern of Iran (authors: Mohammad Hossein Rezaei, Javad Zanganeh Ebrahimi & Hassan Basafa)
- The Role of Cultural Factors in Locating of Archaeological Sites: the Settlement Patterns of Prehistoric Sites in Jājarm, Khorasan, Iran (authors: Mohsen Dana & Ali Hozhabri)
- Jubaji, a Neo-Elamite (Phase IIIB, 585–539 BC) Tomb in Ramhurmuz, Khuzestan (authors: Roonak Ahmadinia & Arman Shishegar)
- A Decorated Bronze Belt from Gargul, Iran (authors: Megan Cifarelli, Kazem Mollazadeh & Ali Binandeh)
- Mid-Parthian Pottery from Building V at Shahr-i Qumis (authors: Ruth Stronach, David Stronach, Alan Farahani & Alison Parsons)
- A New Hypothesis: The Behistun Inscription as Imperial Calendar (author: Paul J. Kosmin)
- Early Nizari Ismailism: A Critical Edition and Annotated Translation of Khwajah Qasim Tushtari’s Recognizing God (aurhor: Shafique N. Virani)
The first issue of Journal Asiatique 307 (2019) has been published. The following articles are related to the scope of Iranica:
The latest volume of the magazine, “L’histoire”, is dedicated to Achaemenid Persia. Among other interesting subjects in this volume, the following articles are remarkable:
- Pierre Briant: Achéménides: le premier empire-monde
- Rémy Boucharlat: Pasargades, visite d’une capitale
- Dominique Lenfant: Profession: médecin du Grand Roi
- Wouter Henkelman: Le nouveau visage de la religion des Perses
- Pierre Briant: Cyrus l’Iranien
Vol. 52 (2019) of the journal Iranian Studies has now been published. This volume contains issues 1 & 2.
The first issue of Studia Iranica 47 (2018) has been published. For a table of contents and access to individual articles, see below or visit this page.
Barbati, Chiara & Olga Chunakova (eds.). 2018. Studies in early medieval Iranian religious manuscript traditions other than Islamic. Written Monuments of the Orient 2(8). Institute of Oriental Manuscripts: Russian Academy of Sciences.
This edited volume is part of the English version of the biannually published journal Written Monuments of the Orient, issued at Institute of Oriental Manuscripts: Russian Academy of Sciences.
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Introduction by Chiara Barbati — 3
Enrico Morano. Some Сodicological Remarks on the Сorpus of the Berlin Turfan Manichaean Sogdian Manuscripts in Manichaean Script: among Books, Glossaries, Letters, Booklets, Bilingual and Trilingual Texts, Normal, Bold and Cursive Script — 11
Olga Chunakova. Middle Iranian Manichaean Manuscripts. Interpretation and Identification — 39
Christiane Reck. Short Survey on Sogdian Manuscriptology — 51
Christiane Reck and Adam Benkato. ‘Like a Virgin’: A Sogdian Recipe for Restoring Virginity and the Sanskrit Background of Sogdian Medicine — 67
Chiara Barbati. On the Numbering of Quires in the Christian Sogdian and Syriac Manuscript Fragments in the Turfan Collection (Berlin) and the Krotkov Collection (St. Petersburg) — 92
Volume 28 of the Bulletin of the Asia Institute has been published.
To obtain a copy, please contact Carol Bromberg: email@example.com
Table of contents
- Harry Falk, “The Five Yabghus of the Yuezhi”
- Shai Secunda, “‘Lost Property to the King!’: The Talmudic Laws of Lost Property in the Shadow of Sasanian Bureaucracy”
- Zhang Zhan,”Secular Khotanese Documents and the Administrative System in Khotan”
- Salman Aliyari Babolghani,”What Was the Instrument That Zurwān Bestowed on Ahreman in the Wizīdagīhā ī Zādspram 1.29; 34.35?*”
- Siam Bhayro, “A Jewish Aramaic Magic Bowl Containing the Formula of Ḥanina ben Dosa, and the Problem of Psalm 24:8b in the Magic Bowls”
- Dieter Weber, “Pahlavi Documents of Windādburzmihrābād, the Estate of a Zoroastrian Entrepreneur in Early Islamic Times (With an Excursus on the Origin of the Fulanabad-Type of Village Names)”
- Prods Oktor Skjærvø, “The Pahlavi Optative and Some Feminine Forms in īy”
- Anca Dan, Frantz Grenet and Nicholas Sims-Williams, “Homeric Scenes in Bactria and India: Two Silver Plates with Bactrian and Middle Persian Inscriptions”
- Schrenk. Textilien des Mittelmeerraumes aus spätantiker bis früislamicher Zeit (CAB)
- Von Fircks and Schorta. Oriental Silks in Medieval Europe (CAB)
- Wang Bo, Wang Mingang, Minawar Happar, and Lu Lipeng. Textile Treasures of Zaghunluq. Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region Museum (CAB)
Cities of medieval Iran, edited by David Durand-Guédy, Roy P. Mottahedeh & Jürgen Paul has been published, as vol. 16, issue 1–2 of the journal Eurasian Studies (2018).
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