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Persepolis

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Persepolis (Irania )
Persepolis
Persepolis
Situs Persepolis
Persepolis

Persepolis (-is, fem.) (lingua Persica تخت جمشيد, Tacht-e Dszamszid?, id est 'Thronus Dszamszidis') fuit antiqua urbs et caput rituale Persidis. Aevo antiquo Persepolis erat caput Imperii Achaemenidarum (c. 550330 a.C.n.). Anno 330 iussu Alexandri regis incendio deleta est.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Ernst E Herzfeld, A New Inscription of Xerxes from Persepolis. Studies in Ancient Oriental Civilization vol. 5. Chicagine, 1932 Textus
  • Erich F Schmidt, Persepolis I: Structures, Reliefs, Inscriptions. Oriental Institute Publications vol. 68. 1953 Textus
  • Erich F Schmidt, Persepolis II: Contents of the Treasury and Other Discoveries. Oriental Institute Publications vol. 69. 1957 Textus
  • Erich F Schmidt, Persepolis III: The Royal Tombs and Other Monuments. Oriental Institute Publications vol. 70. 1970 Textus
  • Erich F Schmidt, The Treasury of Persepolis and Other Discoveries in the Homeland of the Achaemenians. Oriental Institute Communications vol. 21. 1939 Textus
  • A. Shapur Shahbazi, "Persepolis" in Encyclopaedia Iranica Online

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