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Arsacids and Sasanians: Political Ideology in Post-Hellenistic and Late Antique Persia Hardcover – 15 Sep 2011

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Sasanian Persia was one of the great powers of late antiquity and the most significant power in the Near East, alongside the Roman Empire. This book reassesses Sasanian political ideology and its sources in the ideologies of the Achaemenid Persian Empire, Babylonian scholarship and Hellenistic Greek thought.

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M. Rahim Shayegan is Assistant Professor of Iranian at the University of California, Los Angeles. He has published on ancient Iranian history and philology, and is co-editor, with Carol Bakhos, of The Talmud in Its Iranian Context (2010).

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