Sasanidische Spuren in der byzantinischen, kaukasischen und islamischen Kunst und Kultur
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Daim, Falko and Asutay-Effenberger, Neslihan (Eds.): Sasanidische Spuren in der byzantinischen, kaukasischen und islamischen Kunst und Kultur: Sasanian Elements in Byzantine, Caucasian and Islamic Art and Culture, Heidelberg: Propylaeum, 2020 (Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident, Vol. 15). https://doi.org/10.11588/propylaeum.655

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Published 07.04.2020.

The print publication was published in 2019 by Verl. d. Römisch-Germanischen Zentralmuseums, Mainz, ISBN 978-3-88467-320-1.

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Falko Daim , Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger (Eds.)

Sasanidische Spuren in der byzantinischen, kaukasischen und islamischen Kunst und Kultur

Sasanian Elements in Byzantine, Caucasian and Islamic Art and Culture

Byzanz zwischen Orient und Okzident

The empire of the Persian Sassanids (AD 224-651) extended over the area of modern-day Iran, Iraq, Azerbaijan, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Even the Caucasus regions lay under their political influence. Many elements of Sassanian art and culture can be found in neighbouring lands, such as the Byzantine Empire and Christian Caucasus, and, following the fall of the Sassanids, continued in those areas under Islamic control which had developed on their former territory.
In order to investigate the continuing role of the Sassanian Persians and their culture, in September 2017 an international conference was held in the Römisch-Germanisches Zentralmuseum in Mainz. The papers given by academics from various disciplines are published in the present volume.

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Inhaltsverzeichnis
Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger, Falko Daim
Vorwort
Johannes Preiser-Kapeller
From one End of the (Post)Sasanian World to the Other. Mobility and Migration between the Caucasus, Central Asia and the Persian Gulf in the 4th to 9th Century CE
Matteo Compareti
Assimilation and Adaptation of Foreign Elements in Late Sasanian Rock Reliefs at Taq-i Bustan
Markus Ritter
Eastern Elements in Umayyad Architecture: Audience Hall and Ceremonial Space in Residences
Rustam Shukurov
The Image of Rūm in Persian Epics: From Firdawsī to Niẓāmī
Armen Kazaryan, Lilit Mikayelyan
Architectural Decorations of Armenian Churches of the 7th and the 10th-11th Centuries and Their Presumably Sasanian Sources
Nina Iamanidze
Georgian Reception of Sasanian Art
Nikolaus Schindel
Sasanidische Münzen im Kaukasusgebiet
Thomas Dittelbach
Kalila wa-Dimna – Der Löwe als symbolische Form
Neslihan Asutay-Effenberger
Die Theophilos-Türme in den Blachernen und der Senmurw
Arne Effenberger
»Sasanidischer« Baudekor in Byzanz? Der Fall der Polyeuktoskirche in Konstantinopel
Verwendete Siglen