Le Nomadisme du Grand Roi

  title={Le Nomadisme du Grand Roi},
  author={P. Briant},
  journal={Iranica Antiqua},
  • P. Briant
  • Published 1988
  • History
  • Iranica Antiqua
‘Empire of the Gaze’: Despotism and Seraglio Fantasies à la grecque in Chariton’s Callirhoe
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Achaemenid Empire, Tribal Confederations of Southwestern Persia and Seven Families
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Who Has the Biggest Bulls? Royal Power and the Persepolis Apadāna
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Empire, Authority, and Autonomy in Achaemenid Anatolia
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Capitais sonhadas, capitais abandonadas Considerações sobre a mobilidade das capitais nas Américas (séculos XVIII - XX)
This article concerns the question of the transference of capital cities in The Americas. In order to investigate connections between city and power, this study concentrates on two aspects: the dreamExpand
Persépolis, ¿arquitectura celestial o terrenal?
Persepolis, one of the Achaemenid empire capitals has been seen as a secret and ritual city, designed for the celebration of the Zoroastrian New Year Festival or Now Ruz on the vernal equinox. TheExpand
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The Medo-Persian Ceremonial: Xenophon, Cyrus and the King's Body
The Cyropaedia is a long text involving many different approaches; and yet there is a major split in the work: the taking of Babylon which, at the end of Book 7, marks the end of Cyrus' militaryExpand
Mimesis and Monumentalism in Native Andean Cities
The premodern city was frequently organized as a self-reflexive representation of universal order; the perceived design of the cosmos was inscribed in the ideal order of society, and from this idealExpand