The table of contents of the latest issue (54) of the journal Iranica Antiqua:
The first issue of volume 79 of Journal of Near Eastern Studies (JNES) is out. Several papers of this issue are related to Iran:
The latest volume of Ancient West & East, dedicated to Professor Amélie Kuhrt to celebrate her 75th birthday, contains several interesting papers. Table of contents of vol. 18 (2019) of the journal comes in the following:
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Issue 5-6 of Vol. 52 (2019) of the journal Iranian Studies with special interest to the Persian poet Saʿdi has now been published.
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The first issue of Studia Iranica 48 (2019) has been published. For a table of contents and access to individual articles, see below or visit this page.
- Alisher BEGMATOV: Commodity Terms in the Languages of Central Eurasia. New Interpretations from Mugh Document A-1
- Mihaela TIMUŞ: Pōryōtkēšān versus Kēšdārān. L’autorité religieuse contre les tenants d’autres doctrines
- Nikolaus OVERTOOM: Considering the Failures of the Parthians against the Invasions of the Central Asian Tribal Confederations in the 120s BC
- Étienne DE LA VAISSIÈRE: Al-Mu’taṣim et l’Ayādgār ī Jāmāspīg
- Jean-Pierre DIGARD: Un pan méconnu de la civilisation iranienne. Son «système domesticatoire»
- Comptes rendus
Volume nine (2018) of Anabasis. Studia Classica et Orientalia, edited by Marek Jan Olbrycht, is out now. Several papers and reviews of the issue relate to ancient Iran:
Table of Contents:
ISSUE 1: MACEDONES, PERSIA ET ULTIMA ORIENTIS
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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 contributions of relevance to Iranian Studies.
Table of contents:
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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)