Jenseits des Euphrat by Josef Stauber

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Author
Josef Stauber
Publisher
Walter de Gruyter
Date of release
Pages
239
ISBN
9783598730252
Binding
Hardcover
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Book review

The Greek inscriptions of regions extending from the Persian Gulf to the Hindu Kush are traditionally dealt with by specialists in oriental studies, and are little known to wider circles of scholars interested in the ancient world. This work contains about 100 texts with translation and commentary. In the style of a reader it draws attention to interesting topics such as: the decrees of the Indian king Ashoka Piyadassi, which contributed to the spread of Buddhism; texts documenting the palace administration of the Seleucid rulers or the history of the Parthian princes; the trade carried on by caravan of the Persian king Shapur and his defeat by Septimius Odaenathus in command of the Roman forces.


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