PERSIA, c . 2400–1800 B.C.

@inproceedings{Hinz1971PERSIAC,
  title={PERSIA, c . 2400–1800 B.C.},
  author={W. Hinz},
  year={1971}
}
THE ELAMITE KINGS OF AWAN The history of Persia before the migration of the Medes and the Persians in about 1000 b.c. is almost entirely limited to the history of Elam. This is because Elam, south-west Iran, alone has left behind any documents worthy of mention from the pre-Persian era. Only very few remnants of Akkadian inscriptions on rock reliefs survive from the non-Elamite part of south-west Iran. From the remainder of Persia there is silence until the coming of Zoroaster, the great… Expand
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