"Nature in Ancient Iranian Arts and Texts" published!
It's with great pleasure that we announce the publication of our first issue. Thanks to the great editorial work of Dr. Helen Giunashvili and Dr. Mohammad Amin Mirghaderi, the special issue titled "Nature in Ancient Iranian Arts and Texts" has been published, featuring six articles: A Cheetah in a Camphor Tree Grove: Etymological Notes on Indo-Iranian Words for Camphor (Leonid Kulikov) The Iranian Dragon-slaying Myth: Dragons, the Avestan Saošiiant, and Possible Connections to the Iranian ...

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Call for Papers: "Nature in Ancient Iranian Arts and Texts"
We cordially invite you to submit your manuscripts to be published in the special issue “Nature in Ancient Iranian Arts and Texts”. The topic welcomes different approaches, as well as interdisciplinary studies, in connection with “nature” in its broadest sense. The approaches and areas may include, but certainly not limited to: landscape archaeology aesthetics (such as environmental aesthetics, and ecological aesthetics) iconography text-based studies glyptics and ...

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Hunara is launched!
Casa Editrice Persiani is pleased to announce the launch of Hunara: Journal of Ancient Iranian Arts and History, a new, open access journal. Hunara covers research activities in the broad area of ancient Iranian studies. The journal represents a positive move toward providing authors with a convenient and efficient process to communicate research results to a wide global audience. The peer-review process ensures a fair and rapid publication experience. All articles are published under CC BY-NC-SA ...

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