Borderland Projects of Sasanian Empire: Intersection of Domestic and Foreign Policies

@article{Alizadeh2014BorderlandPO,
  title={Borderland Projects of Sasanian Empire: Intersection of Domestic and Foreign Policies},
  author={Karim Alizadeh},
  journal={Journal of Ancient History},
  year={2014},
  volume={2},
  pages={115 - 93}
}
  • Karim Alizadeh
  • Published 2014
  • History
  • Journal of Ancient History
  • The landscapes of the Sasanian Empire have been studied in detail and have been remarkably well interpreted during past few decades. Recent research in borderland areas has also increased our knowledge of Sasanian policies in borderlands. The Sasanian Empire is well known for massive construction work. Projects such as construction of fortifications and defensive walls, irrigation systems, fortified towns and cities in the Sasanian period usually are attributed to the reigns of Kawad I and his… CONTINUE READING
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