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Ҥ digital Decline and Fall of the Sasanian Empire: The Sasanian-Parthian Confederacy and the Arab Conquest of Iran ⡉ Kindle Ebook By Parvaneh Pourshariati ⣮ Ҥ digital Decline and Fall of the Sasanian Empire: The Sasanian-Parthian Confederacy and the Arab Conquest of Iran ⡉ Kindle Ebook By Parvaneh Pourshariati ⣮ This is a monumental work of first class scholarship Its publication represents a landmark, and it immediately becomes the point of departure for further work on the many subjects it deals with I can think of few other books I have read over the years that can match this work s astounding combination of originality, bold vision, clarity of presentation, meticulous examination of the sources, and practical puzzle solving I learned immensely from reading it Dr Pourshariati s book is in my view one of the most important individual contributions to our understanding of the history of Iran since Christensen s L Iran sous les Sassanades, published seventy years ago Especially remarkable is the breadth of the author s agenda, and the way in which she has convincingly woven together different strands These include the political rivalry of the great families, the Sasanians collapse before Byzantine and Muslim attacks, the religious diversity of medieval Iran, questions of historiography, the substance of the Iranian popular epic, and the important details to be gleaned from seals and other documents Any one of these would be and for many scholars has been a subject for full immersion for many years, but Pourshariati has integrated each into a complex and meaningful whole, even as she has made signal contributions to the detailed study of each one Fred M Donner, Professor of Near Eastern History, University of Chicago, Both impressive and intellectually exciting, Decline and Fall of the Sasanian Empire is a major, even pathbreaking, work in the field a field which this book should revolutionize Stephen Dale, Professor of History, Ohio State UniversityIt proposes a convincing contemporary answer answer to an ages old mystery and conundrum why, in the seventh century CE, did the seemingly powerful and secure Sasanian empire of Persia succumb so quickly and disastrously to the all conquering Arab armies of Islam Offering an impressive appraisal of the Sasanians nemesis at the hands of the Arab forces which scythed all before them, the author suggests a bold solution to the enigma On the face of it, the collapse of the Sasanians given their strength and imperial power in the earlier part of the century looks startling and inexplicable But Professor Pourshariati explains their fall in terms of an earlier corrosion and decline, and as a result of their own internal weaknesses The decentralised dynastic system of the Sasanian empire, whose backbone was a Sasanian Parthian alliance, contained the seeds of its own destruction This confederacy soon became unstable, and its degeneration sealed the fate of a doomed dynasty. 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    • Decline and Fall of the Sasanian Empire: The Sasanian-Parthian Confederacy and the Arab Conquest of Iran
    • 3.1
    • 240
    • ReliĆ©
    • 552 pages
    • 1784537470
    • Parvaneh Pourshariati
    • Anglais
    • 10 September 2017

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