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In search of the Laodike temple at Laodikeia in Media / Nahavand, Iran

Mehdi Rahbar, S Alibaigi, Ernie Haerinck and Bruno Overlaet (2014) IRANICA ANTIQUA. 49. p.301-330
abstract
Although important archaeological remains, such as Greek inscriptions and architectural elements are known from Nahavand since several decennia, it lasted until 2005 before a first exploratory season with excavations took place, followed by a second one in 2011. So far this research has led to important observations for the Seleucid and Parthian periods, but it is still too early to be able to locate with precision the temple in honour of Laodike, wife of Antiochus III. However, this temple is most likely to be located in the northwestern part of the town since several Seleucid/Parthian architectural remains have been found there.
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Media, Seleucid temple, Laodikeia, Nahavand, Antiochus III, Queen Laodike
journal title
IRANICA ANTIQUA
IA
volume
49
article number
10.2143/IA.49.0.3009244
pages
301 - 330
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Article
Web of Science id
000333722300007
ISSN
0021-0870
DOI
10.2143/IA.49.0.3009244
language
English
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yes
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A1
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4258471
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http://hdl.handle.net/1854/LU-4258471
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2014-01-31 10:06:12
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2016-12-21 15:42:23
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  articleno    = {10.2143/IA.49.0.3009244},
  author       = {Rahbar, Mehdi and Alibaigi, S and Haerinck, Ernie and Overlaet, Bruno},
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  journal      = {IRANICA ANTIQUA},
  keyword      = {Media,Seleucid temple,Laodikeia,Nahavand,Antiochus III,Queen Laodike},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {10.2143/IA.49.0.3009244:301--10.2143/IA.49.0.3009244:330},
  title        = {In search of the Laodike temple at Laodikeia in Media / Nahavand, Iran},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.2143/IA.49.0.3009244},
  volume       = {49},
  year         = {2014},
}

Chicago
Rahbar, Mehdi, S Alibaigi, Ernie Haerinck, and Bruno Overlaet. 2014. “In Search of the Laodike Temple at Laodikeia in Media / Nahavand, Iran.” Iranica Antiqua 49: 301–330.
APA
Rahbar, M., Alibaigi, S., Haerinck, E., & Overlaet, B. (2014). In search of the Laodike temple at Laodikeia in Media / Nahavand, Iran. IRANICA ANTIQUA, 49, 301–330.
Vancouver
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Rahbar M, Alibaigi S, Haerinck E, Overlaet B. In search of the Laodike temple at Laodikeia in Media / Nahavand, Iran. IRANICA ANTIQUA. 2014;49:301–30.
MLA
Rahbar, Mehdi, S Alibaigi, Ernie Haerinck, et al. “In Search of the Laodike Temple at Laodikeia in Media / Nahavand, Iran.” IRANICA ANTIQUA 49 (2014): 301–330. Print.