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Bulletin of Parthian and Mixed Oriental Studies No. 2 is available

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  • Edward C. D. Hopkins
    I have been notified by the Secretary, ISIS-PHARIA (isispharia@hotmail.com), of the information below. Best regards, Chris Hopkins www.parthia.com
    Message 1 of 1 , Mar 3, 2008
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      I have been notified by the Secretary, ISIS-PHARIA (isispharia@...),
      of the information below.



      Best regards,



      Chris Hopkins

      www.parthia.com <http://www.parthia.com/>







      Volume 2 of the Bulletin of Parthian and Mixed Oriental Studies (BP&MOS) is
      now available for ordering. The publication is a two parts bulletin. The
      first part is devoted to Parthian studies. The second part specialises on
      exchanges (cultural, religious, commercial, etc...) between Middle Eastern
      and even eastern African civilisations (Egypt, Sudan, Ethiopia, etc...).



      Volume 1 is still available for ordering. Please follow this link
      http://isispharia.atspace.com <http://isispharia.atspace.com/> for ordering
      details.



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      Contents of Volume 2 (Dec 2007):



      Part I: Parthian Studies



      Gaslain, Jérôme (Paris) Le statut royal arsacide a la lumière du portrait
      imberbe de Pacoros. 9-20



      Moosavijashni, Seyed Sadrudin and Derakhsi, Hassan (Teheran) Spectrographic
      study of Phraates IV silver coins to identify Parthian coins issuance
      standards. 21-28



      Part II : Mixed Oriental Studies



      Hittite studies



      Mazoyer, Michel (Paris) Les origines hatties de la religion hittite. 31-40



      Egyptology



      Winter (de), Walter (Leiden). The Presence of Hathor in Temples of Late
      Bronze Age Canaan: a testimony of cultural and trade relations between Egypt
      and the Levant. 41-61



      Vartavan (T. de), Christian (Yerevan) Pistacia species in relation to their
      use as varnish and “incense” (sntr) in Pharaonic Egypt: 62- 92





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