The exhibition's central notion is that the ancient Near East was a 'world between empires'--that of Rome and Parthia
, centred on Mesopotamia and Iran--but connected by trade and movement.
1882: The Parthia
Evening Post became the first-known example of a ship's newspaper.
Otros como Parthia
, Parthus y Parthyaei, en cambio, solo aparecen una vez (11).
The wreath was a creation that appears to have originated in ancient Parthia
Classicists exploring the Arsacid dynasty of Parthia
and its interactions with neighboring states large and small focus here on interactions with Romans.
While touring in Jamaica, they will join forces with the American Company, which will later perform The Prince of Parthia
, the first script by an American to receive a professional staging.
This aristocracy was of Iranian stock and stood by its nomadic roots until the end of its power, as has been demonstrated by Dabrowa's student Jan Marek Olbrycht of Krakow (Parthia
et ulleriores gentes: Die polilischen Beziehungen zwischen dem arsakidischen Iran und den Nomaden der eurasischen Steppen.
The impressive range of Quellenforschung on display here makes Briant's work a valuable resource not only for those interested in Persian history but also for students of the relationship of Rome and Parthia
and indeed for medieval scholars of the Alexander tradition and of Alexander lore.
Armies of a large number of powers in the past five millennia -- Greece, Rome, Byzantium, Persia, the Crusaders, Egypt, Parthia
, Ottomans, France, Great Britain and Islamic dynasties -- have repeatedly occupied this land, fought over it, or sought to control it through local proxies.
Aside from Caesar's embezzlement of the public treasury (3.1.1083-86, 5.1.2628), joined with the shameless death threats addressed to the Tribunes who dared oppose him (5.1.2631-34), Brutus condemns the arrogant acts perpetrated by Caesar against a Senate deprived of its functions: the tyrant distributes offices and provinces according to personal whim and has already laid out a five-year plan before heading for Parthia
, obviously without consulting the Senate (5.1.2612-13).
A Political History of Parthia
. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1938.
239 ss., ou as exemplares paginas 114-131 sobre "Affairs in the East: Armenia and Parthia
"); esclarecem-se o significado e o alcance de instituicoes, magistraturas, honras, sacerdocios, praticas quotidianas e politicas (quaestura; consilium principis; ludi saeculares; lusus Troiae; insignia ou ornamenta quaestoria / praetoria / consularia / triumphalia; quindecimuiri sacris faciundis; lectio senatus, para so referir alguns casos); desambiguam-se conceitos (como mollitia e adulterium, p.