King And Court In Ancient Persia (559 To 331 Bce)

Published: 11 January 2013
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The first Persian Empire (559-331 BC) was the biggest land empire the world had seen, and seated at the heart of its vast dominions, in the south of modern-day Iran, was the person of the Great King. This book explores Achaemenid kingship and argues for the centrality of the royal court in elite Persian society.
Published: 11 January 2013

Country of Origin : United Kingdom
Illustrations : 23 B/w Illustrations 1 B/w Tables
Number Of Pages : 224
Year of Publication : 2013

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Catalogue No: 0748641254