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The Origin Of The Indo Iranians

Author: Elena Efimovna Kuzʹmina
Publisher: BRILL
ISBN: 900416054X
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Here then is the fruit of Elena Kuz'mina's life-long quest for the Indo-Iranians. Already its predecessor ("Otkuda prishli indoarii?," published in 1994) was considered the most comprehensive analysis of the origins of the Indo-Iranians ever published, but in this new, significantly expanded edition (edited by J.P. Mallory) we find an encyclopaedic account of the Andronovo culture of Eurasia. Taking its evidence from archaeology, linguistics, ethnology, mythology, and physical anthropology pertaining to Indo-Iranian origins and expansions, it comprehensively covers the relationships of this culture with neighboring areas and cultures, and its role in the foundation of the Indo-Iranian peoples.

Iranian Peoples

Author: Books Llc
Publisher: Books LLC, Wiki Series
ISBN: 9781157604730
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Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 91. Chapters: Indo-Iranian languages, Manichaeism, Demographics of Iran, Hazara people, Persian people, Iazyges, Roxolani, Sogdiana, Tajik people, Qaraei, Zonouz, Tats, Maha Kapphina, Indo-Parthian Kingdom, Indo-Iranians, Chernyakhov culture, Bahlikas, Khasas, Rishikas, Loristan Province, Sart, Arta, Buyid dynasty, Mountain Jews, Feylis, Bakhtiari people, Huwala, Zaza people, Farsiwan, Dulaim, Mazandarani people, Lurs, List of Iran-related topics, Zarubintsy culture, Osr?shana, Demography of Central Asia, List of Iranian Kurds, Jud o-Persian, Lak people, Jassic people, Shirazi, Chandravarma Kamboja, Jalilavand, Limigantes, Prapaksha Kamboja, Bhurishravas, Sage Kambhoja, Siraces, Uttaramadra, King Srindra Varmana Kamboj, Iranian Kuwaitis, Zandik, Kakavand, Zand tribe, Nadasi Kasa, Haft Lang, Bazrangids, Harzandi language, Sudakshina, Basseri, Tangshewi language, Grumbates, Khamseh, Rukhs-As, Bavali. Excerpt: The Persian people are part of the Iranic people who speak the modern Persian language (locally known as "Farsi") and closely akin Iranian peoples' languages. The synonymous usage of Iranian and Persian has persisted over the centuries although some sources use Iranic as a wider term that includes both Persian as well as related Iranic languages and ethnic groups. The origin of the Persian people is traced to the ancient Indo-Iranians, who arrived in parts of Iranian plateau around 2000-1500 B.C.E. The Persians were originally nomadic, pastoral people in the western Iranian plateau and by 850 B.C.E. were calling themselves the Parsa and their constantly shifting territory Parsua for the most part localized around Persis (Pars), bounded on the west by Tigris river and on the south by Persian Gulf. As Persians gained power, they developed the infrastrcture to support their growing influence including creation of a capital named ...

Encyclopedia Of Indo European Culture

Author: Douglas Q. Adams
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
ISBN: 9781884964985
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Covers the major Indo-European langauge stocks and their origins, and the conceptual range of the reconstructed Proto-Indo-European language. The text also offers entries on selected archaeological cultures with some relationship to the origin and dispersal of Indo-European groups, and on some of the major issues of Indo-European cultural studies.

The Quest For The Origins Of Vedic Culture

Author: Edwin Bryant
Publisher: Oxford University Press, USA
ISBN: 9780195169478
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This work studies how Indian scholars have rejected the idea of an external origin of the Indo-Aryans, by questioning the logic assumptions and methods upon which the theory is based.

Eschatology In The Indo Iranian Traditions

Author: Mitra Ara
Publisher: Peter Lang
ISBN: 9781433102509
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Eschatology in the Indo-Iranian Traditions traces the roots of the belief in life after death from the earliest religious beliefs of the Indo-European people, through its first textual emergence among the Indo-Iranians. Tracing the Indo-Iranian concepts of the nature and constitution of man, with special reference to the doctrine of the Soul and its transmigration, the book demonstrates the profound nature of the physical, ethical, spiritual, and psychological ideals embodied in these thought systems as preserved in the Indian and Iranian scriptures. The central issue was death and the journey to the afterlife. Exploring the characteristic features of Indo-Iranian religions provides a better understanding of the development of eschatological beliefs in later religions in the same way that the Zoroastrian apocalyptic beliefs point to genetic historical relations among Judaism, Zoroastrianism, Christianity, and Islam. This comparative study enriches our understanding of the antecedents of afterlife beliefs and creates enthusiasm for further in-depth research into the Indo-Iranian religion as a system, acknowledging its genetic historical connections with both earlier and subsequent traditions. Eschatology in the Indo-Iranian Traditions has wide-ranging appeal to upper undergraduate and graduate courses in comparative religion, Asian studies, philosophy, and Indian and Iranian studies.