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Nugae Sasanica 1: On the Conquest of Persis by Ardashir I

Nugae Sasanica 1: On the Conquest of Persis by Ardashir I

By Khodadad Rezakhani (Iranologie.com) In the story of Ardashir’s conquest of Pārs/Persis, the founder of the Sasanian dynasty starts his career from Darabgird. Al-Tabari mentions that Ardashir reached the position of the Argbed of Darabgird following the death of his...

A Brief Note on Ardashir II

A Brief Note on Ardashir II

This is a guest entry from Sajad Amiri-Bavandpoor According to the primary sources, Ardashir II, the Sasanian king of kings, son of Hormizd II and brother of Šabuhr II, reigned for 4 years from 379 to 383 A.D.1 Our textual and material sources related to his reign...

Some Inscribed Sasanian Seals and Bullae

Some Inscribed Sasanian Seals and Bullae

 Kiarash Gholami  University of Waterloo, Cananada Introduction As one of the most abundant primary sources, Sasanian seals play a critical role in shining light on the political and administrative history of the Sasanians. A considerable number of these artifacts...

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