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Anabasis 10/2019, Studia Classica et Orientalia, The Arsakid World, Studies on the History and Culture of Western and Central Asia

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Anabasis 10/2019, Studia Classica et Orientalia, The Arsakid World, Studies on the History and Culture of Western and Central Asia, ed. by M. J. Olbrycht and J. D. Lerner, Rzeszow 2020

Marek Jan Olbrycht, Jeffrey D. Lerner (Poland, USA)
The Arsakid World and Its Neighbors: An Introduction
Alice Borgna (Universita del Piemonte Orientale, Italy)
Pompeius Trogus and the Romanization of History (Note to Iust. 41.2.1-2)
Yasuyuki Mitsuma (University of Tsukuba, Japan)
“General (Who Is) Above the Four Generals” in the Seleucid and Arsacid Periods
Marek Jan Olbrycht (Rzeszów University, Poland)
Crisis in Parthia(ca. 90-70/69 ВС) and Arsakid Coinages: Preliminary Remarks onNumismatic Evidence
Mehdi Mousavinia, Hasan Nami (University of Neyshabur, Iran)
Shahr-Tepeh and Toghei – Two Early Parthian Cities in Northeastern Iran
Mohsen Dana, Alireza Nasrabadi, Hadi Sharifan (Iran)
Qal’e Nehbandan: Evidence of the Parthian Period in Eastern Iran
Martin Schottky (Germany)
Die arsakidische Nebenlinie in Armenien
Anahit Mousheghian (National Academy of Sciences, Yerevan, Armenia)
Monetary Circulation in Armenia in the Hellenistic and Parthian-Roman Periods (Some Remarks)
Jeffrey D. Lerner (Wake Forest University, USA)
A Further Note on the Appearance of “Avxeix” / “Xuva(i” on the So-Called “Heraios” Tetradrachmas of the Kushan King Kujula Kadphises, ca. 30-80 CE
Razieh Taasob (Austria, Vienna)
Khalchayan and Historical Links to the Numismatic and Iconographical Evidence in Central Asia: Some Suggestions for Chronology
l do Hartmann i Friedrich-Schiller-Universitat Jena, Germany)
Die Imperiale Politik des Yologaises III. und das Bellům Parthicum des Lucius Verus
Jake Nabel (Pennss kania State University, USA)
Tiridates in the Forum. Peroz on His Knees: Religion and Reputation in Ancient Iranian Diplomacy
Valentina I. Mordvintseva (HSE University, Moscow, Russia)
Sarmatian Elites of the Lower Volga-and-Don Region and their Relations with the Outside World (3rd ВС – 3rd. AD)
Aleksander Baliński (Gdańsk, Poland)
Nabonidus – Darius the Mede
Sabinę Miiller (Marburg University, Germany)
Persia in Defense, the Athenian Connection, and the Family of Pharnabazos
Oleg L. Gabelko (Russian State University for the Humanities, Moscow, Russia), Eugene G. Teytelbaum (Kazan, Russia)
“Waged War not Only on Men but on Gods”: Polybius’ Views on Religious Crimes in Military Conflicts of the Greek-Roman World
Juan Antonio Alvarez-Pedrosa (Universidad Complutense de Madrid, Spain)
The Peacock’s Arrival in Greece and Rome, or How an Exotic Animal Became an Eschatological Symbol
Edward Lipiński (Brussels, Belgium)
L'inscription latino-palmyrénienne de South Shields
Martin Schottky (Germany)
Ein neues Buch zu den Regna Minora
Aleksandr A. Sinitsyn (Saint Petersburg / Saratov, Russia), Igor E. Surikov (Moscow, Russia)
A New Collective Work on Herodotus as a Scientist and Narrator
Sabine Miiller (Germany)
Tonio Hólscher, Mythenbilder und Mentalitat in Athen von Kleisthenes zu den Perserkriegen. Ein Versuch zur historischen Psychologie der Griechen, Wiesbaden: Harrassowitz 2019
Aleksandr A. Sinitsyn (Saint Petersburg / Saratov, Russia)
In Tribute to the Russian Classical Historian Vladimír Borukhovich (1920-2007) on the Centenary of His Birth